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Bryn Mawr faculty, staff and students may use E-ZBorrow or Interlibrary Loan to borrow materials that are not available from Bryn Mawr, Haverford or Swarthmore libraries.

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

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.

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

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.

Integrate a broad array of digital methods into your research and your students’ research.

Use software and scanners in Canaday, Carpenter and Collier libraries for image and video editing; visit the Digital Media Collaboration Lab in Carpenter for hands-on help.

A librarian can work with you to develop instruction sessions and/or research assignments for your courses as well as an information literacy plan for the major.

Set up profiles with our subscription database vendors, and receive email notifications when new articles are published in your areas of interest.

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.

Publications are made available through Bryn Mawr's open access repository, Scholarship, Research, and Creative Work at Bryn Mawr College.

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

LITS staff are available to help scan and catalog images for classroom instruction and to provide access to Bryn Mawr's image database, ARTstor.