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Some areas of the Main Library are now open 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday and 12pm to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. These areas include main-floor access to Circulation as well as our study and computing space on 1 East with access to MSU printing. As of Feb. 1st, we opened 1 West. Our total capacity at this time is 120 people. We also now have touchless lockers, where you may pick up materials. Outside of safety, our top priority is to provide access to all of our collections. We continue to offer virtual services. We also are paging materials and will continue to mail materials to faculty, staff, and students living off-campus. We encourage you to use our convenient distance services. Please see our Online and Distance Learning resource page for more information.

MSU Libraries' Events

Library Events (MSU Events Calendar)

From our writers and film series to traveling exhibits, come to one of the many events and programs we offer here at MSU Libraries. We look forward to seeing you!

New Business Books

Check out newly purchased books at the Gast Business Library:

Popular Business & Audio Books rss feed

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Nursing Reference Center Plus - A Point-of-Care Resource for Nursing

Nursing Reference Center Plus logo

Nursing Reference Center Plus (NRC Plus) is an evidence-based nursing point-of-care reference tool. NRC Plus has a new, updated interface with expanded content, including: multimedia (videos and images), nursing management topics, care plans, leadership and management CE modules, additional skills, and more.

Take a three-minute video tour of NRC Plus.: Opens in a New Tab

Off the wall : flying thoughts : hotel, restaurant and bar design : Dreimeta projects 2003-2018

Off the wall : flying thoughts : hotel, restaurant and bar design : Dreimeta projects 2003-2018
 

On Display in the Business Library: Social Media

Business Library Display Case

Come in and see our display case about social media and don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram!

On the Grid: 20th Century Transormations in the Roles and Technology of Military Mapping

From the Système Lambert, adopted by the French Army in 1915 to the rise of the digital grid, explore developments in military mapping technology on this scrollable online exhibit.   This digital presentation is based on an exhibit by Kasey Wilson and Tim Kiser that was displayed in the Michigan State University Main Library from May-September 2018. 

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