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COVID-19 Update

All e-resources and reference are available. Further information and updates will be posted in this space and on our Status page.

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The library has re-opened!

Library hours are 0730-1730, Mon-Fri. The library is open for resource checkout, printing (download new printer packages [login required]), study spaces (Covid-safe spacing), and library computers. Other services currently available online will remain.

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Due to issues beyond our control, this service is unavailable until further notice.

  • Please use our Library Search to see whether we own the item.
  • If we do not have the item, please email us with your request.
  • If you are a DL user and need a physical item (e.g. a book), please email us whether we own it or not to have the item sent to you.

Please see our ILL Unavailable page for further details.

We  apologize and thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to resolve this issue.

 

We have some library spaces where you can go, with your laptops and headphones.
​​​​​​​Headphones are available for check-out at the Information Desk.

  • Library 151: classroom space behind GWC, can hold 12 people
  • Library 161: small meeting room behind GWC, can hold 4 people
  • GWC floor: study carrels, can hold 15 people
  • Library 138: small meeting room near front of library, can hold 4 people [requires key to unlock]
  • The GWC floor is open library space that is not booked, but there is an expectation that quiet conversation happens in this area.

Note that the library is closed on evenings and weekends. See our Hours.

Questions? Drop by the Information Desk or contact us at circdesk@nps.edu or (831) 656-2947.

 Need to update your research and writing skills? Sign up for a workshop today!

What (Nearly) Every Academic Paper Needs

Mon

7/26

1000–1100

Mastery Series: Clarity and Concision

Mon

7/26

1500–1630

Strategic Reading: STEM

Tue

7/27

1000–1130

Building Better Sentences-I

Tue

7/27

1530–1700

Writing for Academic Journals

Wed

7/28

1000–1130

Strategic Reading II: How to Critique a Text

Wed

7/28

1200–1330

Mastering Note-Taking and Time Management

Wed

7/28

1700–1830

Illustrating Your Thesis with Figures and Tables

Thur

7/29

1000–1130

Citation Management with Zotero

Fri

7/30

1000–1150

 

All workshops will be conducted in Zoom, and login information will be sent to registrants. 
See workshop descriptions.


We have some library spaces where you can go, with your laptops and headphones.
Headphones are available for check-out at the Information Desk.

  • Library 151: classroom space behind GWC, can hold 12 people
  • Library 161: small meeting room behind GWC, can hold 4 people
  • GWC floor: study carrels, can hold 15 people
  • Library 138: small meeting room near front of library, can hold 4 people [requires key to unlock]
  • The GWC floor is open library space that is not booked, but there is an expectation that quiet conversation happens in this area.

Note that the library is closed on evenings and weekends. See our Hours.

Questions? Contact us at writingcenter@nps.edu.

Go to Workshop Videos to view videos and find accompanying workshop materials.

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Our Affiliates

Our Affiliates

TLC:  Teaching and Learning Commons

Mission: Empowering cross-organizational teams as a community of practice to enhance the quality of NPS education through collaborations that create and support innovative and distinctive learning experiences.

email: TLC@nps.edu

TPO: Thesis Processing Office

Thesis Processing reviews and collects all NPS theses, dissertations, capstone reports, MBA reports, and joint applied projects. We help our students meet the NPS format and citation requirements and ensure the paper is of graduate-level quality.

email: thesisprocessingoffice@nps.edu

GWC: Graduate Writing Center

Mission: To develop the writing and critical thinking skills of NPS students for success in graduate school and as military and civilian leaders.

email: writingcenter@nps.edu