The library's central index for articles in scholarly journals, newspapers, magazines, and trade publications. Use the navigation menu on the results page to refine your search by publication type, peer reviewed sources or date.
Search the library's entire collection of print/electronic books, journals, and media.
Identify full-text electronic journals, newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals subscribed to by the library. Search by title or browse by subject.
Course reserves help guarantee that all students in a class will have access to material assigned by an instructor. Hard copy items like books, videos, and physical objects are available to students at the Public Services Desk during regular library hours. Journal articles, book chapters, study guides, past exams, and other material available in electronic form will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through EduCat.
From chargers and calculators to tripods and cameras, the library has a variety of technology for use inside the library or available for checkout.
The Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives houses the historical records of Northern Michigan University and materials documenting the history of the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan, including Alger, Delta, Dickinson, Marquette, Menominee, and Schoolcraft counties.
Serving the 1st Congressional District, Northern Michigan University's Olson Library has been a federal depository library since 1963. Documents in the collection cover a variety of subjects and are meant to compliment not only the curriculum and research at Northern Michigan University, but the needs of the general public in the 1st Congressional District as well. The Olson Library also receives documents from the State of Michigan via their depository program.The documents, both electronic and hard-copy, are available to the general public and NMU faculty, staff, and students.
The Holocaust Collection of the Lydia M. Olson Library consists of books, journals, audio-visual materials, and documents relating to the Holocaust. The aim of the Collection is to provide Northern Michigan University students and the public of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with a record of information about the Holocaust and to promote both awareness and an understanding of the event and its significance for all humanity, now and for the future.
Northern's institutional repository designed to bring together the scholarly and creative output of students and faculty of the University. The repository contains NMU Master's theses, Doctor of Nursing Practice scholarly projects, the undergraduate journal Conspectus Borealis, Northern's Upper Country: A Journal of the Lake Superior Region as well as numerous faculty publications and presentations.
This guide provides access to the print and electronic versions of NMU theses. It also has links for finding theses and dissertations completed at other institutions.