Using the NWTC Library Remotely

Contact the Library

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Phone icon  Call Us:
920-498-5493 or 1-800-422-NWTC ext. 5493

Email icon  Email Us:
Ask.Library@nwtc.edu

Text icon  Text Us:
920-288-2ASK  (920-288-2275)

Resources for Distance Teaching

Visit the library’s complete list of Resources to add to your classes for alternative delivery.  Or choose from our most popular resources below:

EBooks (Guide

Current Event Resources

Newspapers 

Online Practice Tests

Find Specific Journals Online

  • Go to NWTC's Library Search and click on Find Journals at the top of the screen.

Research Skill Tutorials

Program Guides

Visit the Library Guides home page to see all of the guides available to your students (including your program's custom guide).

You can link to any of these guides or contact us and we will be happy to send you a friendly-url.

Starfish Referrals

Faculty can use Starfish to make referrals to the Library for either Technology assistance or Research assistance.

Use the Library Research Assistance Referral for students who need help choosing or narrowing a paper topic, completing academic research, or citing APA or MLA sources.

Use the Library Technology Referral for students who need personalized help with Blackboard or general computer assistance.

LinkedIn Learning Videos for Faculty

Need to learn more about how to teach remotely?

We've created a playlist of online videos for NWTC faculty development.

Not Finding What You Need?

Contact Kim LaPlante if you can't find online resources that you need.

She can search online for you and can add new materials to our online collections if needed. 

 Kim can also help you find Open Educational Resources or help you with copyright rules.

We are still available in person

Maggie and Carole at the Library DeskYes, we still have librarians in the Library to help employees face-to-face. 

Maggie and Carole are practicing social distancing at the Library Desk.

We also have many librarians online ready to chat with you, answer your emails, or even help you through WebEx.  See our contact information on this page.