Graduate Student Library Services & Resources
During the Summer Sessions, you may sign up for individual instruction sessions for anything from how to use library resources to how to get started on your research paper or project.
We have designed and equipped two high-tech rooms to enhance collaborative projects among students, faculty and staff here at the university.
Librarians are here to help! Here are several ways we can help you.
The rules and policies for borrowing materials from the Bluford Library.
Kindle DX and Sony E-Readers are available for checkout. You may view ebooks, newspapers and magazines on them.
Policies and procedures governing assignment and use of library study rooms.
Library Student Advisory Council (LSAC) meets for the first time and generates many new ideas for the library.
When you need materials that are not available at the Bluford Library, you can request an interlibrary loan or document delivery service.
iPads are available for checkout. They are configured with some useful apps and content you may find interesting.
The LRC is located on the lower level of the Bluford Library and provides instructional materials, curriculum resources and library services of special interest to the School of Education teacher preparation programs and teaching professionals.
Three MP3 players are available for checkout by N.C. A&T faculty, students and staff. You may download and manage audio books, podcasts and other digital audio content.
The member libraries of the Triad Academic Library Association (TALA) have entered into a borrowing agreement, enabling students and faculty in good standing at their home institutions to borrow from the other participating libraries.
The ULAC Cooperative Library Lending Agreement allows students of any UNC system school to borrow materials from any other UNC system library.
Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of THE SPOT, a new space in the library to collaborate, use the latest technology, or just hang out.
Freeware vs. Shareware. Public Domain vs. Open-Source. Plagiarism vs. Citing. With all of information available, what is right and what is wrong in the world of copyright laws and fair use? This workshop will help you navigate current legislation and common practices to avoid plagiarism. (Approximately 60 minutes)
Bluford Library offers workshops to help you succeed here at A&T. Seats are limited; register at least 24 hours in advance.