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Faculty: Communication   Tags: communication, communications  

Last Updated: Jul 7, 2014 URL: 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.


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, or at ext. 3807, for any library related requests.


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New Titles

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

LibGuide for Students


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