Your librarian can assist you throughout the entire life of a research project. An overview of services includes:
Citation Management | Literature Review Assistance | Copyright / Fair Use | Institutional Repository Support
To schedule a research consultation for these and other services, contact Mary Catherine Lockmiller via:
To learn more about the many different ways that impact can be measured, check out the following Metrics Toolkit: https://www.metrics-toolkit.org/.
While PBC Library does not provide statistical consultation services, PBC students and employees can schedule distance-based appointments with the NAU Statistical Consultation Lab at the following link: https://nau.edu/math/statistical-consulting-lab/guide-to-statistical-consulting-lab/.
In instances where NAU-PBC affiliates need to access materials which are not available in PBC Library or via NAU's e-resources, materials can be requested through Document Delivery Services.
DDS allows for the interlibrary loan of printed materials and full text journal articles that are not available electronically.
To initiate a DDS request, please visit http://library.nau.edu/services/dds.html.
For more information, call the Cline Library DDS Office at 928-523-6808.
OpenKnowledge@NAU is NAU's Institutional Repository, where faculty and students provide access to their pedagogical work, research, and other creative output. Having access to an Institutional repository can 1) extend NAU's global impact; 2) help researchers meet funding requirements; 3) advance interdispiclinary and public collaboration; 4) promote long-term preservation and access; 5) promote the value of open access to information.
NAU PBC faculty and students can publish posters, scholarly writing, curricular design, art, books, datasets, and reports, among other products!
For information about OpenKnowledge@NAU, please contact catherine lockmiller at email@example.com or Brittany Blanchard at firstname.lastname@example.org.