NTC’s Library & Rosie’s Room

Children’s bookshelves support the Childhood Development program. We have lots of fiction and books on subjects to support our curriculum. Plus, we offer a quiet place to study, read, or simply relax. Watch for our new shelving to come in Spring semester!

Scroll down for the library’s catalog, database resources, open access journals, and videos on how to use the library catalog!


Students studying in Rosie's Room   

Rosie’s Room in the Library provides students with a space to study together thanks to our special donors, Eva and Keith Olson!

Database Resources

Click Here to Search the NTC Library Catalog

Click above to search for books, DVDs, documentaries, online articles, online journals, research topics, and other resources. NTC is excited to offer students direct check out of books from:

– Northwest Technical College Library
– Bemidji State University Library
– Leech Lake Tribal College Library

The NTC Library features many online databases for you to access for your research needs. If you don’t find what you need here try the NTC Catalog for resource sharing services from across Minnesota academic libraries. Electronic books and textbooks are not available for interlibrary loan. Contact Paula DeMars if you want assistance.

Use your Star ID and password to directly enter a database or use the NTC Library Catalog above:

Academic Search Premier  – full text coverage in biology, chemistry, education, engineering, humanities, physics, psychology, religion and theology, sociology, etc.

Business Source Premier  – the database for full text journals in all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, MIS, POM, accounting, finance, econometrics and economics.

CINAHL Plus with Full Text  – the definitive research tool for all areas of nursing and allied health literature

Dental Assistants Association Journal – Contact the Dental Department, Student Success Center, or the Librarian for login and password to access this online resource.

Open Access Journal sites:

PLOS – Public Library of Science – includes scientific research in topics under contextualized peer review. See subject areas below:

Biology, Climate, Computational Biology, Digital Health, Genetics, Global Public Health Medicine, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Pathogens, Sustainability and Transformation, and Water.




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