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Library Services

Explore the links below to learn more about the services offered by Mount Saint Vincent University Library:

    * Borrowing Services
                * Library loans / Borrowing policies
                * Search the Novanet Catalogue
                * Renew your library loans (login with your Mount ID card barcode required)
                * Borrow Anywhere Return Anywhere Program (in Nova Scotia)

    * Undergraduate Students

    * Graduate Students
    * Document Delivery
                * Request document delivery
                * Check the status of a Novanet Express Request
                * Check the status of an Interlibrary Loan Request (choose List Open Requests)   
    * Reference Services
                * Ask a Librarian
                * Access to Online Databases

    * Distance Services  (library services for distance students and faculty)
                *  Request/Update a Distance Mount ID Card 
    * Faculty Services
                *E-Reserves/Online Reading Lists & Print Reserves
                * Fair dealing & copyright information
                * Library instruction for classes
                * Liaison librarians
                * Library materials recommendations
                * Library services for distance courses
                * Open Access: A guide for Mount Saint Vincent University scholars  
                * Thesis - electronic deposit program
                *Faculty referral note for providing students with feedback 

    * Services for Alumnae and Members of the Public (off campus borrowers)
    * Library Services Forms
    * Library Instruction & Tours

    * Copyright & Fair Dealing

     * MSVU E-Commons 
       A repository of research and other scholarly material produced at MSVU

       Printing services are available in the Library.  For more information, please visit the IT&S help pages

Looking for information on searching for journal articles, or  RefWorks and citations? Browse a list of all of our research tools.

Looking for information on LIBR 2100: Introduction to Research in the Information Age? Learn more about this extremely useful and relevant elective credit course.