The global pandemic is preventing the NSCAD community from visiting the university’s campuses, however many of the school’s support services are still available online to students, faculty and staff.
The NSCAD library, for example, continues to offer the vast majority of services it offered prior to the temporary closure of NSCAD’s campuses. The library has full-text collections of journals and magazines available, as well as streamed videos and e-books to assist with studies and research. Librarians and library staff are also ready to answer any questions and provide more in-depth support.
As public health needs change, the NSCAD library will adapt its approaches to suit social and physical distancing requirements.
To help students and instructors with their online course preparation, the NSCAD library can provide the following supports and services:
The library has a ‘Syllabus Service’ to assist with copyright clearance and finding licensed course materials. Please see our guide here for more info: https://guides.nscad.ca/syllabus.
As always, there are helpful librarians and technicians to provide reference, study and research support. Their contact info is on the Library Guide’s homepage here: https://guides.nscad.ca.
Services at a Distance
The Library has put together an FAQ page on how our services have adapted to current COVID-19 public health requirements. Read the FAQ here: https://guides.nscad.ca/libraryhome/covidupdate.
If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Young, Director of Library Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.