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Library materials in high demand or borrowed from a library beyond the Tri-Colleges may be subject to overdue fines and replacement costs.

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.

BiONiC / PeopleSoft Campus Solutions application sign on and support information

Ask the Help Desk!

PeopleSoft Human Capital Management sign on and support information

Propose a library or information technology project.

Digital reproductions of materials in the collection are offered for research, publication, and commercial use.

The libraries keep course materials behind the circulation desk for short-term access. Faculty may request in-library reserves at one of Bryn Mawr's three libraries.

Come to Canaday to borrow a laptop from the Help Desk.

LITS provides and supports all classroom technologies. Multimedia Services provides information to help you meet your usage requirements, and will coordinate procurement and delivery of equipment.

Alumnae/i of Bryn Mawr College's undergraduate and graduate programs who are in good standing with the library may request borrowing privileges at no cost. Professors may request proxy and projectionist cards when needed.

​​​​​​​Carpenter has a limited number of carrels for seniors and graduate students majoring in classics, cities, archaeology and history of art.

LITS provides Qualtrics survey software for academic purposes.

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

LITS has a limited number of Windows laptops and iPads available to lend to faculty and staff.

Groups in Office 365 let you choose a set of people that you wish to collaborate with and easily set up a collection of resources for those people to share. You don’t have to worry about manually assigning permissions to all those resources because adding members to the group automatically gives them the permissions they need to the tools your group provides.

LITS invites Bryn Mawr faculty, staff, and graduate students to apply for seed grants to support digital teaching, learning, or research activities—broadly construed.

Digital Collections at Bryn Mawr College feature historic materials such as digitized photographs, maps, newspapers, letters, reports, books, manuscripts, and other media from Special Collections and Visual Resources.

Tri-College library materials may be returned to any Bryn Mawr, Haverford, or Swarthmore College library.

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.

Bryn Mawr, Haverford and Swarthmore (Tri-College) libraries loan and provide access to millions of items. Tri-College faculty, staff and students can check out items from any Tri-College library Circulation Desk.

Reset and manage your College password online or by contacting the Help Desk.

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

Bryn Mawr faculty, staff and students may access their College email from a computer or mobile device using a web browser or the device's native email application.

Domain of One's Own provides Bryn Mawr College students, faculty, and staff with an Internet domain where they can build their own websites using tools like WordPress, Omeka, Scalar or MediaWiki.