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iPads: We have added iPads to our circulating collection.
Downloadable eBooks available for your computer, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Sony Reader, etc.
Mango Languages is now accessible from the database pages.
DVD Database: Check out our new addition accessible from 'More' listed under 'Search' category.
eBook ReturnsReturn the eBooks you don't need before the due date to make them accessible to other patrons. Please call the reference desk for help.
Newsletter: Please check out the latest issue of the library newsletter "Book Marks."
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a student with special needs
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If you could not check one of the above criteria, you do not qualify for Document Delivery Services.
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If the library does not own the item in print format and you cannot access it in FULL TEXT through a database, you must use the Interlibrary Loan Form located on the library's homepage to request the material. If you need assistance retrieving the full text of an article from a database, please contact the reference desk at 570-674-6352.
For book excerpts, please check the MU Catalog on the library's homepage to verify that the library owns the title.
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