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Last Updated: Aug 7, 2014 URL: http://marymount.libguides.com/facultycomm Print Guide RSS Updates

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Logging in From Off-Campus

From the Marymount University Website click on Academics, on the right side of the screen select Library & Learning Services, this takes you to the Reinsch Library homepage. 

When you are off-campus, you will need to login to have access to the databases and full-text content.

  1. You will need to enter your last name.
  2. In the University ID box, enter in the alpha-numeric (letter/number) code you use to login to Marynet and BlackBoard. It is made up of your 3 initials (use zero if you have no middle initial) and the last 5 numbers of your Marymount ID (Example:  m0m34567OR  your Library Barcode, the 14-digit number under the barcode on the back of your MU BlueCard (Example:  22883123456701).   
  3. Finally, select Marymount from the drop down menu next to institution.
 

News

Welcome to a new semester!

  • To request materialsfrom the Consortium Loan Service, there is now a red request
    icon on the right side of the page:
    Your library page is now called My Library Account.  You may log in and
    can view your checkouts and requests.
          
  • To locate books use this guide:
    A - DC Lower Level  
    DD - N Ground Floor is: DD-N 
    P - Z 2nd Floor

 

Library Services

Your library liaison can:

    Assist with your research needs by compiling bibliographies from database searches or literature reviews

Order materials to support your classes

  Provide a library instruction session for your class

Please contact your liaison, Ann Kemper, akemper@marymount.edu or at ext. 3807, for any library related requests.

Librarian

 

New Titles

These are lists of titles (in print and online) added to the library for the month in the area of Communications.

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