During the COVID-19 pandemic, moving to remote instruction and learning, NSU Library is offering a number of services and online resources accessible remotely. For any cooperation and support, please mail us at email@example.com or call us +880255668200 ext-1360 /1352.
Concerning the health and safety caution, the limited library services that are available for the library users during the COVID-19 pandemic –
- Remote Access
- Online Information Literacy Program
- E-book/E-Journal Request
- Plagiarism Check
- Webinar on Research Tools
NSU Library is working hard to adapt to the rapidly changing circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, most of the library sections remain open (only with limited access) in order to meet the urgent needs of patrons who may require to access library facilities, materials, and equipment, or issuing library clearance certificates etc. However, library facilities are operating under reduced hours, Sunday to Thursday, 09.00 am-05.00 pm.
Library Study Spaces
Access to all study areas of the library, including the study hall, is restricted for study until further notice.
During this time, the NSU Library is not circulating (lending) physical items to the patrons. Faculty members are allowed to borrow books from the library following the health rules. This is based on current professional guidelines about the attenuation period of the SARS-CoV-2 virus on library materials.
Returning of library items during COVID-19 pandemic
Patrons are not expected to return books during the pandemic period. General instruction for the patrons who had already borrowed library items to hold onto the items currently on loan(s), and return those items when the university library reopens. During this pandemic, please disregard any email notices which is automatically generated by the system related to the loan status and late fine. All the late fines have been discarded concerning the current pandemic issues.
Visiting the Libraries
The North South University Library is continuing to follow all government advice and direction in its response to COVID-19. Currently, physically visiting of the library is restricted for the students, alumni and visitors. Only the faculty members and staff are allowed to visit the library for borrowing items and official purposes. NSU Library is looking forward to welcoming its regular students, alumni, and visitors when the pandemic restrictions are lifted.