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Online resources available to you anytime, anywhere

Whether your on campus or at home for the summer, taking classes or taking a break, many of our resources remain available to you online. Use our Library Search above to access millions of electronic resources like ebooks, videos and articles.

There's also remote access to course and subject guides, research databases, and course-related materials on reserve. You can even connect virtually with our subject librarians

Waldo Library will be open for in-person services to WMU users during the summer. Be sure to check library hours before your visit.

  • Guides Course and subject guides to assist with course work.

  • Reserves Electronic and course-related materials reserved by your instructor.

  • Requests Articles and items from other libraries outside of WMU.

  • Consults One-on-one time with a subject librarian for help with research or assignments.

News

Announcements

Music, dance and education collections now at Waldo Library

June 3

Items from two University Libraries' collections have been relocated from other buildings on campus to their new home at Waldo Library. 

May and June 2021 library workshops

May 14

Learn about citing sources, finding research, conducting literature reviews, and more during our online workshops in May and June.

Fountain renovation project impacts access to Waldo Library

April 29

A renovation of the Board of Trustees Fountain outside Waldo Library this summer will impact some access routes to the Library. Waldo Library will remain open during the construction project. 

Swain Education Library from hallway in Sangren Hall.

Swain Education Library to remain student-centered, library space

April 22

The Swain Education Library, located in Sangren Hall, will remain a part of the University Libraries’ facilities and continue to be a student-oriented space.

Upcoming Events

Information Literacy Microcourse: An Introduction

Date: Jun. 22
Time: 1:00pm
Location: Webex

For faculty, instructors and graduate students: Get a short overview of the new microcourse in Elearning that provides asynchronous instructional modules in forming a research question, creating a search strategy, and accessing journal articles and books through the University Libraries website. Registration requested.