Find e-books

April 1, 2020

Looking for e-books? Here’s how to find them:

  • Go to
  • Find the search box and enter a topic of interest
  • Once you see search results, look on the left side for Availability
  • Click NUNM Online Resources to filter for online content
  • Under Resource Type, choose ‘Books’
  • See an interesting title? Click ‘Online access’ and sign in to read your book

Questions? Problems? Email your NUNM librarians at for help.

Our COVID-19 response

March 13, 2020

The library is closed until further notice, but we will continue to provide essential services during NUNM’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Required books for courses: faculty or students may request sections of reserve books be scanned for posting to Moodle.  Please limit your request to portions needed for current coursework. Make your request by emailing
  • Other books on our shelves: you may request scanning of needed portions for delivery via email.
  • Databases, electronic articles and e-books: access will continue as usual.  Remember that if you are using PubMed to access articles, be sure to access it via the library website or this linknot from Google.
  • Borrowing of articles and book chapters from other libraries (Interlibrary Loan): will continue as usual.  Borrowing of physical materials (e.g. books) is suspended until the library reopens.
  • Librarians: will be available during our usual open hours to help you find what you need.  Email us at

We are here to help in any way possible during this time.  Please contact us with any questions.

2020 Library survey

February 18, 2020
library survey promotional graphic

Students, you are invited to participate in the 2020 Library Survey. Your input from this survey will influence planning decisions and help us determine where improvements are needed.

Based on past survey feedback, we’ve remodeled and added seating to the back room of the library, increased access to power outlets, added full-text journal subscriptions, and much more!

Your participation will feed hungry Oregonians! For each survey response, we will donate $0.50 to the Oregon Food Bank. Together we can make a significant contribution!

This survey takes less than minutes to complete and your answers will be anonymous. Take the survey now!

Celebrate black history

February 3, 2020

February is Black History Month, and the library is celebrating with a special display of books from our collections. This year we are highlighting the work of Alvenia Fulton, ND, PhD.

Trailblazing nutritionist Dr. Alvenia Moody Fulton (1907-2018), the “Queen of Nutrition,” was a black naturopath and nutritionist who rose to fame during the 1960s-70s. She earned an ND from Lincoln College of Naturopathy in Indianapolis before moving to Chicago where she established the Fultonia Health and Fasting Institute, selling vegetarian dishes and health foods, natural cures, and supplements, and acting as a health and weight-loss consultant for members of the community.

Dr. Fulton’s following grew to include stars like Redd Foxx, Mahalia Jackson, Roberta Flack, Ruby Dee, Michael Caine, and Godfrey Cambridge. Comedian Dick Gregory was a loyal student, using his fame to magnify her call for the adoption of a raw, plant-based diet in black communities. Gregory consulted frequently with Dr. Fulton and followed her therapeutic fasting methods both as a health exercise and as a means of protest, using hunger strikes to bring attention to racial and social injustices and to protest the war in Vietnam.

Dr. Fulton authored the books Vegetarianism: Fact or Myth? Eating to Live and The Fasting Primer, and along with James McGraw co-edited Dick Gregory’s Natural Diet for Folks Who Eat: Cookin’ with Mother Nature!

PubMed changes coming

January 29, 2020

Changes are coming soon to PubMed!  Here’s what you need to know:

  • The look and features are updated.
  • You should be able to do the same essential things — sort and filter results, etc.
  • Be sure to open PubMed from the library website to access our full-text subscriptions.
  • Our NUNM Full Text icon has a new look. It leads to full text, or the option to request full text from another library (Interlibrary Loan).

Try it now.  You might need to clear your cache to see the new PubMed. Here is a handy guide from Lifewire on how to clear your cache.

Need help?  Email us at or use the PubMed User Guide.

Screenshot of the new PubMed interface.
Screenshot of an example result in PubMed, showing the NUNM Full Text icon.

Celebrate the Year of the Rat

January 22, 2020
Lunar New Year rat motif

On Friday, January 24, the library will celebrate the Lunar New Year with festive decorations and treats in the Chinese Herb Library. Stop by the library after 2:30 PM to sample oranges, candies, and other delicious snacks!

Winter Break Hours

December 13, 2019

The library will be open for limited hours during winter break. If you need a quiet place to study, come see us!

Monday, Dec. 16 – Friday, Dec. 20: 9 AM – 5 PM

Saturday, Dec. 21 – Sunday, Dec. 29: CLOSED

Monday, Dec. 30 & Tuesday, Dec. 31: 9 AM – 5 PM

Wednesday, Jan. 1: CLOSED

Thursday, Jan. 2 & Friday, Jan. 3: 9 AM – 5 PM

Saturday, Jan. 4 & Sunday, Jan. 5: CLOSED

Extended hours for finals

November 22, 2019

Finals are coming, and the library will be open extra hours to help you get ready to rock your exams. Here are the hours:

Mon 12/2         7 AM-8 PM
Tues 12/3         7 AM-8 PM
Weds 12/4       7 AM-8 PM
Thurs 12/5       7 AM-8 PM
Fri 12/6            7 AM-8 PM
Sat 12/7           9 AM-6 PM
Sun 12/8          10 AM-6 PM

Mon 12/9         7 AM-8 PM
Tues 12/10         7 AM-8 PM
Weds 12/11       7 AM-8 PM
Thurs 12/12       7 AM-8 PM
Fri 12/13            7 AM-6 PM (regular hours)

Don’t worry about memorizing it, though, because we’ll post them in the library, too!

Happy Thanksgiving

November 19, 2019

The NUNM Library will be open for limited hours during Thanksgiving week.

Monday, Nov. 25 : 9 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday, Nov. 26 : 9 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday, Nov. 27 : 9 AM – 5 PM
Thursday, Nov. 28 : CLOSED
Friday, Nov. 29 : CLOSED
Saturday, Nov. 30 : CLOSED
Sunday, Dec. 1 : CLOSED

Citation Manager Workshops

September 17, 2019
Laptop computer, cell phone, and notebook on a desk

The library will be holding two citation manager workshops to help you get started on the right foot!

  • Need help downloading a citation manager?
  • Not sure how to save articles to your citation manager?
  • How do you make a bibliography?
  • What the heck is a citation manager?!

If you’ve had any of these questions (or any other questions about citation managers), please drop by the library during one of these workshops:

Tuesday, Sept. 24: 12-1 PM

Thursday, Sept. 26: 12-1 PM

Can make it to one of these sessions? Please email Leah at to schedule a one-on-one appointment.