Distance Students (Regional Campus/Online)
You can access the Library's wealth of electronic resources from home! We have over one hundred databases filled with scholarly articles, videos, eBooks, newspapers, and much more. We've even broken down the databases by subject (visit our A-Z Database list and Select a Subject in the dropdown box at the top). To access these resources, you may have to log into them. All you need is your MSU ID and password. If you are unable to access the resources, first review our Off-Campus Access guide or email us for assistance.
You can have books, articles, DVDs, and other library materials delivered to you.
Request materials by:
Delivery is free, but students are responsible for returning the items to the library. Photocopies are yours to keep. All requests will be processed within one business day and must conform to the U.S. copyright law.
The Library is always here to assist you with your research needs. Contact our Distance Instruction Librarian, Bridgette Whitt (firstname.lastname@example.org) for research assistance. Or visit our Research Help page to find out all the ways you can contact us, such as our live chat option.
The Library also has numerous Research Guides that recommend resources and take you through the research process.
Want to call toll-free? Contact us at 1-800-423-0884 and ask for Regional Campus Library Services.
As an MSU student, you can use any of these partnering libraries:
Contact the Library's Regional Campus Library Services staff (email@example.com) if you have any questions about the Library, its resources and services.
Bridgette Whitt, Distance Instruction Librarian for Extended Campus and Dual Credit
Sherry Kelley, Library Associate