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Expanded & New Online Content for Faculty & Students

Expanded & new online content provided temporarily during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Special Note on Access to the Library Building During the Coronovirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

The physical space of the library will be closed until March 30. Rather than coming to the library in-person, at this point, we'd highly recommend emailing, chatting, or texting. Please visit our "Ask a Question" page for information on this: https://www.bemidjistate.edu/library/ask-a-question/

Please refer to Bemidji State University's Coronavirus update page for campus wide information: https://www.bemidjistate.edu/coronavirus/

Resources

Please note: These resources have been made temporarily available due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak to assist with the transition of classes online. Access end dates will vary by resource. IMPORTANT: some of these sites may ask you to create an account to access the resources. Please know that the BSU Library will not have access to these accounts, and if you choose to create an account, you do so according the terms set forth on those websites. TIP: our Interlibrary Loan services is still functional: should any site require to you to pay for an item, please use our Interlibrary Loan service to request it instead. Interlibrary Loan is a free service to BSU students, faculty, and staff. 

If you have questions about these or any of our other resources, please do not hesitate to contact us.

eBooks / Textbooks

Video

Expansion to Existing BSU Library Resources

Many vendors and publishers have expanded access to content on platforms the BSU Library already has access to. There should be no discernable differences, but these are the resources that now have expanded content: 

Journals--Coronavirus (COVID-19)-Related Research