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HIS 215--Women of U.S. History: Finding Articles & Books

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Interlibrary Loan Service

Interlibrary Loan is a free service that allows you to request materials we don't have available in our collection or at your local campus. 

  • Articles will be sent to you electronically via email. The delivery could take a few days. 
  • Physical materials, such as books and DVDs, are sent to the campus library. The delivery might take up to 2 weeks. 

You can request materials directly from Marmot and Prospector catalogs.  Alternatively, you can email a request to your local campus library. 

Please make sure to include the following information:

  1. Your CMC ID or Library Card Number
  2. A citation for the item you are requesting
    • For books: author, title, date of publication, publisher, edition
    • For journal articles: journal title, article title, author, volume, issue, page numbers, publication date
    • For DVDs & CDs: specify media type, title, date, main contributors

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Instructional/Reference Librarian

Becky Kramer

Quigley Library

 

Contact:

bkramer@coloradomtn.edu

970.947.8269

 

 

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Quality Internet Sites

Library of Congress' Gateway to Women's History:

http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/connections/american-women/

Harvard's Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America:

https://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/schlesinger-library/collection/digitized-collections

Harvard's Working Women, 1800-1930:

https://library.harvard.edu/collections/women-working-1800-1930

MTSU's Discovering American Women's History Online:

http://digital.mtsu.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/women

USA.GOV--the "google" of government documents:

https://www.usa.gov/