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What about the print collections?
Millions of items in our print collection are temporarily available in full text online. Use the Libraries search, and look for "Full Text Available at HathiTrust." Delivery of items only available in print can be requested through the "Get It" button. Submit requests to Interlibrary Loan and Digital Delivery if you don't find what you're looking for.
Do I need to return my books?
No. No fines will be charged during the closure.
Can I return items if I leave MN before campus re-opens?
How do I get help with my class?
As an instructor, how do I get materials for my class?
What services can visitors use?
Our licensing contracts limit remote database access to current students, faculty, and staff. However, some resources are available to Minnesotans.
Services to prepare for your research project; finding, creating, & using data; publishing & sharing research; & measuring impact.
The Digital Conservancy, Data Repository for the U of M, & UMedia contain photos, video, maps, publications, & data sets provided by University students, faculty, & departments.
SMART Learning Commons
These spaces provide learning support such as tutoring, media support, & spaces for group study.
Archives & Special Collections
Unique collections covering a wide array of subjects. Archive staff is available to help you make the most of these materials.
Digital Arts, Sciences, & Humanities (DASH)
Supports faculty & students working with digital methodologies in research, teaching, & artistic projects.
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Downton Abbey: Behind the Scenes of Health and Illness
In this online exhibit, Wangensteen Historical Library holdings come together to illuminate the medical themes threaded throughout Masterpiece Theater’s wildly popular Downton Abbey.
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