State Employees: Training Classes for ND State Employees
A World of Information, Right Here... in North Dakota!
Did you know that through the statewide online catalog you can access library collections across North Dakota? Are you aware you can find reliable, accurate information for both work related and personal research through the State Library’s Online Library Resources? Did you know the ND State Library maintains a collection of over 300,000 items including books, magazines, journals, audio and video materials, state documents, and federal documents? Did you know the State Library reference staff is available to assist state employees with work related research?
If any of these things interest you, let us introduce you to one of our services. All state employees are invited to an orientation of the North Dakota State Library. This orientation includes a tour of the State Library collection and an introductory course on using the ODIN catalog and the databases. We will even sign you up for a library card, and you can check out books the same day! Come on down and discover a world of information - right here in North Dakota!
Time and Date
Second and Fourth Wednesday of every month, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Library Memorial Building, ND State Library Reading Room.
All State Employees. Space is limited to 7 participants per session.
- Please register through the State Library by calling 701.328.4622/800-472-2104 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit http://www.engagedpatrons.org/EventsCalendar.cfm?SiteID=9851.
- If you require any auxiliary aids or services such as readers, signers, braille materials, etc., please notify the State Library seven days before the seminar.