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Propose a library or information technology project.

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Ask a question or make an appointment.

We can help you incorporate technology into digital course assignments and identify technologies to address pedagogical and curricular challenges and goals.

Request iPads for curricular use in workshops or courses.

A limited number of library carrels are available to Bryn Mawr College community members.

A librarian can lead one or more instruction sessions for your class covering a variety of information literacy topics, as well as discipline-specific research techniques.

Consult with LITS staff on using artworks, cultural artifacts, rare books and manuscripts in class sessions or for course projects.

Not sure where to go? Ask your question here and we'll help you navigate to the right place.

Make an appointment with a LITS staff member prior to technology-related contracts, agreements, and purchases.

Learn how to incorporate digital tools and methods into your research.

Get help with your research and accessing library resources.

Use Tri-College Libraries Research Guides when beginning your research, to learn more about research tools and methods, and for guides specifically tailored to academic courses.

Moodle is Bryn Mawr's Learning Management System (LMS). It can be used to share materials with, quiz, survey and communicate with any closed-membership group. Sites are available for all academic courses and for student, faculty and staff committees and organizations.

LITS lends digital cameras, optical drives, camcorders, webcams, portable dvd players, and more.

Bryn Mawr alumnae/i may access several online research and learning resources for free through Athena's Web (managed by the Alumnae/i Office).

Use the College's open access repository to host an electronic journal or a conference website.

Help Desk support for computers owned by current Bryn Mawr College faculty, staff, and students is available for issues involving connectivity to the Bryn Mawr College network. Additional fee-based services are available.

We can help you find and/or develop interactive digital learning materials and integrate them into courses or programs in ways that enhance student engagement and learning outcomes.

Bryn Mawr faculty, staff and students may access, share and store files on the College's network.

A Bryn Mawr librarian can create a web page linking the best discipline-specific resources for assignments in your courses. This guide can also be linked to your course site in Moodle.

Bryn Mawr faculty, staff and students may suggest additions to the library collection.

Use an email distribution group if you need people to be able to email a "non-person" address to reach one or more individuals.

Queries regarding an individual's primary College computer (previously "Cascade")

Suggest a revision to this Service Catalog.