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Information for Indigenous students and international students.
Is the library open?
Library staff are providing library services and support remotely, in addition to contactless pickup service for physical library materials on campus.
Can I borrow physical books, including textbooks, from the library?
The Library provides access to our print book collection with a contactless pickup service to all current NLC students, faculty, and staff. The library also provides access to over 200,000 e-books in its collection, accessible through OneSearch and ProQuest E-book Central. Ebooks in ProQuest are unavailable though OneSearch.
How do I use library resources to find the information I need for my papers and projects?
Contact library staff or AskAway (our online chat service), use our subject guides and how-to guides for information on searching our library catalogue for physical materials, searching databases for articles and other resources, and reading and downloading e-books, or contact Dawna Turcotte, the regional librarian, for a personal consultation.
How do I create citations?
Refer to our citation style guides, which provide extensive coverage of citations. You may also contact library staff or AskAway for assistance.
How do I login to access electronic materials?
Enter your 7-digit student number. It is located on any NLC registration form or your NLC student ID card. Omit hyphens and spaces, for example: 0123456. There is no password. If you have problems logging in, please contact Dawna Turcotte for assistance.