Wellness Book Collection

 

Muslim Journeys Bookshelf

In 2012, the Carl B. Ylvisaker Library received a grant collection of books providing "resources for exploring new and diverse perspectives on the people ... and cultures of Muslims in the United States and around the world."

Concordia's Collection

Additional Resources

Digital Collections

Concordia College Library’s digital collections are available through Digital Horizons, a regional digital consortium created by the Concordia College Library, the NDSU Libraries’ Institute for Regional Studies & University Archives, Prairie Public Broadcasting, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota. The collections in Digital Horizons contain thousands of images, documents, video, and oral histories depicting life on the Northern Plains from the late 1800s to today from all of the participating organizations.

To search Concordia's collections, select the Concordia collections on the lower portion of the screen.

Alternate Collections

Concordia Revealed: A Photograph Collection: This collection contains photographs from Concordia from 1891 to 1920.

Concordia College Master's Theses: This collection contains the theses from graduates of the Master of Education on World Language Instruction.

Concordia Scholars: Showcase of Undergraduate Research: This collection gathers, disseminates, and preserves examples of exemplary research of Concordia College students. Learn more about the collection or submit your contribution.

Concordia Scholars: Showcase of Undergraduate Research

Students who present at the annual Celebration of Student Scholarship may be nominated by faculty to submit their research for inclusion in the Showcase of Undergraduate Work.

Goals

Showcase of Undergraduate Research (the college’s digital archive for undergraduate research) is to gather, preserve, and disseminate examples of exemplary research of Concordia College students. In so doing, the collection accomplishes three important objectives:

  1. Provides an elite outlet for students to strive for academic excellence and publication
  2. Serves as a historical snapshot of student academic life and output
  3. Demonstrates the quality of Concordia academics thereby serving as a recruitment tool for student, faculty, and staff prospects. Learn more about the collection guidelines.

Criteria

  • Project demonstrates a high degree of rigor, depth, and quality
  • Research or creative activity is an original work that makes a relevant contribution to the area of study
  • Presentation of research (written, oral, performed) is clear, professional, and engaging
  • Research was conducted and presented in an ethical manner
  • Project as a whole serves as an excellent example of undergraduate scholarship for the Concordia community

Further information about the collection and the submission process is accessible from the documents below. Please contact Krys Strand or Lisa Sjoberg with questions.

Submission Guidelines

Submission Form