How to renew materials borrowed from the library, through MeLCat or from Interlibrary Loan. There are also FAQ's to answer most of your questions related to borrowing and renewing material.
The Digital Media Tutoring Center (DMTC) provides equipment for the creation of audio, video, and image-based projects in support of class projects.
Interlibrary Loan allows you to obtain materials that are not available at Olson Library. Materials such as books, dissertations, media, and microforms can be borrowed from other libraries, along with photocopies of periodical articles.
The library maintains two black & white networked printers and one color photocopy networked printer for NMU students, faculty and staff use. Payment is only by means of CatCa$h loaded on your NMU ID (WildCat Express Card). Guests may purchase a preloaded print card.
The library provides conference rooms and classroom spaces (rooms) which may be reserved by NMU students, faculty and staff for individual or NMU group study/meetings. Reservations may be made at the Public Services Desk either in person, by telephone (906-227-2260) or online.
From scanners, computers, fax machines, and printers the library has a variety of technology for use inside the library.
Information for faculty about putting hard-copy materials on reserve at the Public Services Desk or electronic materials available through EduCat.
Details and procedures for faculty to embed a librarian within their EduCat courses. Librarians are able to customize resources unique to a particular course/assignment and answer student inquiries.
Faculty can use this form to request a class session taught by a library faculty member and tailored to the needs of the class.
Instructors, students (current and prospective) and community members can request a 30-minute walking tour of the library.
The library has negotiated access to some of our resources for alumni. There is also information on using your alumni email account to login to the resources.
Information on access to library resources including the community borrower card program.
Learn more about the services available to students and faculty in support of distance education courses and programs.