Collection Management & Archives

Many of the approximately 65,000 books form a unique core of technical and services-oriented material as well as popular and leisure reading. Audiovisual titles number more than 3,000. The serials collection includes more than 200 current magazine and newspaper titles.

Major North Dakota newspapers and many weeklies are in the reading area, as well as current issues of magazines.

Collection Management

The Collection Management Department of Mildred Johnson Library supports collection development, acquisitions, and maintenance of the database that supports the online catalog. It is this department's responsibility to acquire, catalog, and process materials for patron use in a timely manner. The library uses the Dewey Decimal Classification system and the Library of Congress Subject Headings. The collection is developed to support the evolving instructional programs at NDSCS. In procuring materials, freedom of academic inquiry will not in any way be violated. Input and requests from all patrons are encouraged. Resources that are obtained include print and non-print.

If you would like the library to acquire materials you feel would be beneficial to the collection, complete the Request Form.

Contact
Tina Grenier
701-671-2612
Tina.Grenier@ndscs.edu

Archives

The NDSCS archives collection brings the history of the College to life through items left behind, creates an ongoing story for this generation and generations to come, and preserves the history of the College.

The collection includes:

  • Memorabilia
  • Realia
  • Documents
  • Publications
  • Directories
  • Local/Regional annuals

The collection is housed in the lower level of Horton Hall, room 044.

Contact
Tina Grenier
701-671-2612
Tina.Grenier@ndscs.edu

Book Request Form

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