The Northwood School Library is a warm, welcoming place for students, faculty, and the entire community – a space for academic studies, relaxation, and leisure reading. During the academic day small groups are welcome to use the library and individuals may find a quiet spot for study.
The Northwood Library houses an up-to-date collection of print and electronic materials. We strive to provide a broad selection of materials across a wide range of media. These features provide the Northwood community with the necessary resources for research and reading in support of students' coursework. Northwood Library staff members are available to help students with questions about resources available in the Library and how best to utilize these tools. Student and staff requests for additional information or new acquisitions are always welcome.
The Library is a place of inquiry, curiosity and intellectual pursuit. In addition to helping students find the information needed for projects and/or research, Library staff are happy to recommend something of interest to read outside of classes. The library encourages the practice of reading for pleasure by hosting a community-wide book club and discussion featuring titles of interest to both faculty and students.
Other Library Resources
- Six (6) PC workstations available for student use
- Extensive collection of online databases and resources designed to aid student research and inquiry
- Photocopier and networked printer are available for student and faculty/staff use
- Office supply station with supplies to help students organize their coursework
Library Director: Sytske Martin
Phone: (518) 302-5126 or (518) 523-3357 ext. 219
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org