OFF-CAMPUS LOGIN

Access resources from on campus

Connection is automatic if you are on the campus network. Go to the Library Catalog or Journal Finder to check F&M access.


Access resources from off campus

  1. Login to Software Server with your NetID
  2. Download Utilities / Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client
  3. Install Cisco AnyConnect on your computer
  4. Launch Cisco AnyConnect
    • Enter server: vpn.fandm.edu
    • Hit Connect
    • Enter your F&M NetID & password
  5. Disconnect when done
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Log in to your library account

You can log in to your library account using the 13-digit code on the back and the last 4 digits on the front of your F&M ID. Use your account to renew books, see a list of checked-out items, and check on due dates.

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SERVICES FOR FACULTY


Workshops & Liaison Librarians
Alert Services Guide
Order Materials
Course Reserves
Faculty Grants Application




Library research workshops are available for students upon request from faculty members. In consultation with the professor, the liaison librarian designs an actively engaging workshop to immerse students in research resources and prepare students to successfully complete course assignments.

Workshops are created for all course levels, and can feature:
  • effectively searching the catalog and scholarly databases
  • evaluating information sources
  • effective internet searching for scholarship
  • citing information sources
  • ethical use of intellectual property

Librarians also collaborate with faculty on digital assignments, such as:
  • Wikipedia Education Program
  • Digital storytelling
  • Online Timelines
  • and more

To schedule a Library Research Workshop, contact the liaison librarian for your department:

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BOOK ORDER         AUDIO ORDER         VIDEO ORDER

GUIDELINES
  1. Check our catalog before ordering. Sorry - we do not purchase textbooks for the collection.
  2. Provide as much order information (title, author, etc.) as possible.*
  3. Plan to order 4 to 6 weeks before needed (or longer, depending on availability).

*Please inform us if you are working with any vendor on a film festival or campus screening. By submitting the video form, you have acknowledged that you understand these limitations.

Questions may be directed to Tom Karel, Collection Development Librarian (x3845).




To place items on reserve, bring the physical items to the main desk in either library with a completed Course Reserve Form (PDF). Please feel free to call x4410 if you have any questions.

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Faculty grants can be requested by new faculty and faculty teaching a new course. Faculty eligible for both a new faculty and new course grant should fill out two separate applications.

Faculty Grants Application


 

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