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  • Students Reflect on Information Literacy Modules

    Students Reflect on Information Literacy Modules

    When many courses shifted online due to the pandemic, Steely librarians partnered with faculty in various disciplines to transition information literacy instruction to online [...]


  • Librarians Tackle Misinformation

    Librarians Tackle Misinformation

    Most Americans believe that they can identify fake news; but in truth, most of us cannot. It has never been more important for students [...]


  • ArtStor Database Trial

    ArtStor Database Trial

    Steely Library has trial access until June 30 to ArtStor, an image database of over 2 million images from 300 of the world's leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and [...]


  • Calling All Graduate Students!

    Calling All Graduate Students!

    Steely is facilitating our annual Graduate Research Panel on Wednesday, April 28 at 5pm. Please join in conversation with your graduate faculty and peers about becoming a graduate scholar! Click the link to register and view all events happening during NKU's inaugural Experiential Learning Week [...]


  • Need Research Help?

    Need Research Help?

    Need research help? Steely Librarians are ready to help with your research questions as you finish your final projects. You can chat with us online, stop in, or schedule a discussion. Get in touch with us!


  • New Art Interpreting Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick

    New Art Interpreting Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick

    We are excited to announce the most recent gift of 18 prints by artist Robert Del Tredici interpreting Herman Melville’s book Moby-Dick. Mr. Del Tredici has exhibited his work in [...]


  • Steely Library is Hiring

    Steely Library is Hiring

    We are looking for three innovative professionals to serve in leadership roles in Steely Library. Please see our job opportunities page for more information.


  • eHRAF World Cultures Available Now

    eHRAF World Cultures Available Now

    eHRAF World Cultures is an online cross-cultural and ethnographic database containing descriptive information on cultures and ethnic groups from around the world. Each culture collection in [...]


  • eHRAF Archaeology - New Resource

    eHRAF Archaeology - New Resource

    eHRAF Archaeology is an online cross-cultural database containing descriptive information on archaeological traditions of the world. eHRAF is unique because each archaeological [...]


  • Diversity Makes Us All Better

    Diversity Makes Us All Better

    That is why Steely Library is sharing favorite books from students in various NKU organizations. In this segment, we are featuring student scholars and mentors from NKU Latino Mentor Program (LAMP) students . All recommended reads are available as print or electronic copies and can be found by clicking the “book” tab on the library’s homepage.


  • Ethnic NewsWatch - New Diversity Focused Resources

    Ethnic NewsWatch - New Diversity Focused Resources

    Updated daily with new content, Ethnic NewsWatch provides thousands of scholarly, full-text articles for area and ethnic studies, [...]


  • New resource - GenderWatch

    New resource - GenderWatch

    GenderWatch enhances gender and women's studies, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) research by providing authoritative perspectives [...]


  • Affordable Learning Task Force in Kentucky

    Affordable Learning Task Force in Kentucky

    Northern Kentucky University’s Scholarly Communications Librarian, Crissy Ross, is co-chairing a taskforce charged with [...]


  • Steely Library Adds Textbooks for Students

    Steely Library Adds Textbooks for Students

    Steely Library is excited to announce the extension of our popular Textbook Affordability Program into the spring 2021 semester [...]


  • Diversity Makes Us All Better

    Diversity Makes Us All Better

    That is why Steely Library is sharing favorite books from students in various NKU organizations.In this segment, we are featuring student scholars and mentors from R.O.C.K.S., NKU’s African American student program. All recommended reads are available as print or electronic copies and can be found by clicking the “book” tab on the library’s homepage or linked here.


  • New E-Books Available

    New E-Books Available

    ProQuest Academic Complete provides more than 180,000 multidisciplinary eBooks with unlimited, multi-user access, powerful [...]


  • New Resource - Proquest Central

    New Resource - Proquest Central

    ProQuest Central is a comprehensive, diverse, and multidisciplinary research database that covers all major subject areas, including [...]


  • Steely Library Participates in Local Art Campaign

    Steely Library Participates in Local Art Campaign

    Steely Library is the first Northern Kentucky location to showcase murals from the Cincy #UpstanderProject. According to the project [...]


  • Fact Check with F.R.A.N.K.

    Fact Check with F.R.A.N.K.

    Major news events, like the riots at the U.S. Capitol in early January, create a tsunami of information amid an already complex information landscape. Savvy information consumers apply strategies to evaluate and make sense of the social media content and news that can easily overwhelm our screens. Steely librarians developed the F.R.A.N.K. test for the NKU community as a fact-checking tool. Download the Poster here.


  • Steely Library is Hiring

    Steely Library is Hiring

    Join an innovative group at Northern Kentucky University, located just outside downtown Cincinnati. Steely librarians and staff are leading the implementation of the campus-wide Quality [...]

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