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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    Style Guides How Do I FAQ Help Guides Research Guides Call Numbers by Floor Ask A Librarian Site Map How do I use the wireless network Wireless access to the Internet is available in University Libraries buildings through the wirless network supported by iTech Wireless network access options are available to students faculty and staff and visitors For more information visit the iTech Web site or contact the iTech Help

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/help/how_do_i_faq/non_library_services_faq/how_do_i_access_the_internet_using_my_own_computer/how_do_i_use_the_wireless_network_eagle_air.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    Style Guides How Do I FAQ Help Guides Research Guides Call Numbers by Floor Ask A Librarian Site Map Is there a fax machine available for student use Faxing and scanning services are available at the Cook Library circulation desk located in the lobby Faxing Fees Local faxes inside Hattiesburg 1 00 flat rate Long distance faxes 1st page only 2 50 Long distance faxes additional pages 1 00 per

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/help/how_do_i_faq/services_faq/how_do_i_send_a_fax.html (2016-02-17)
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  • electronic media You may also deliver an item to the reserves desk as a physical printed item and allow University Libraries to scan the item for posting in our online reserves Please provide us with your information using the below form Reserves Policy Required Field Choose a Reserve Location Cook Library Gulf Coast Library Please select a location Instructor Name An instructor is required ID An ID is required Campus Mailing Address An address is required Email Address An email address is required Invalid format Daytime Telephone A telephone number is required Alternate Contact Course A course number is required Course Name A course name is required Number of Students in Class The number of students is required Remember My Personal Details Remember My Course Details Item Type Book Article Media Item Title Please make sure that the ITEM TITLE given in this form will be the same title refered to in all class notes syllabi class discussion teacher student interaction etc Library Call Number Required for library materials Format E Reserve DVD VHS CD Cassette Other If Other option is chosen please tell us what format Loan Preference 3 hour Overnight 3 day 7 day Place this item on

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/legacy/reserves2.php (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    necessary royalties and fees to provide this service to faculty however some cost sharing may be required due to budget limitation If permission to copy is denied the University Libraries will not post the materials Where possible the Libraries will assist faculty in finding alternative methods such as print to meet the need All permissions are obtained through the nonprofit Copyright Clearance Center For more information on CCC and copyright see http www copyright com Information on Reserves for Instructors Placing Material on Reserve Bring material to be placed on reserve to the Reserve Desk in the appropriate library and complete the reserve form or submit an online Reserve Request Form at www lib usm edu legacy reserves2 php The University Libraries are not responsible for damage to or loss of personal copies placed on reserve Preparing Submissions for for Electronic Reserves Include complete and accurate citation information for each item on the first page of a photocopy Include the original copyright statement This information is usually found on the back of the title page For journal articles if the copyright statement is not found on the first page of the article itself look on the inside front cover of the journal Photocopies must be one sided 8½ x 11 inch paper be clear and legible with half inch margins and have no black margins or shadows Pages must be free of any tape or attached pieces of paper Include only one citation per document Individual readings must be from one source If a course reading is comprised of materials from more than one source divide it into separate readings before submitting it to reserves entire course packs are not eligible Student papers must be accompanied by a permission letter authorizing the paper to be placed on reserve or the student names must be redacted Submission Date Guidelines Processing time for reserve materials is generally within two working days except during the first three weeks of the semester when processing may take three working days Loan Periods For print or media reserves instructors may assign a loan period of 3 hours Overnight 3 days 7 days Electronic reserves are available twenty four hours a day seven days a week Links to Full text Articles E reserves are generally made available in PDF format However reserves staff utilize links to full text online versions available in the libraries collections whenever possible This eliminates any potential accessibility and copyright issues Please indicate such online availability if it is known to exist Information on Reserves FAQ for Students Q How do I search for reserves in the library catalog A Use the library catalog to find the reserve call number of a print or media reserve and to find the link s to an electronic reserve You may search for reserves using the instructor s name or the course name Begin on the reserves lookup screen in the catalog To search by instructor click on instructor search under the course reserves heading and

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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    participating universities Participating institutions are Alcorn State University Delta State University Jackson State University Mississippi State University Mississippi University for Women Mississippi Valley State University University of Mississippi Oxford campus only and The University of Southern Mississippi Mississippi Universities Library MUL borrower s cards are available from the circulation desks at Cook Library and Gulf Coast Library The cards are non transferable Participating libraries will honor MUL borrowing cards when

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/services/library_borrowing.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    151 institutions that extend reciprocal on site borrowing privileges to visiting faculty members Borrower s cards are available at the Circulation Desk at Cook Library and Gulf Coast Library and participating libraries are provided at www oclc org membership advisorycommittees profile8 htm It is recommended that the Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program card and the Southern Miss identification card are presented at the Circulation Desk upon arrival at the participating library

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/services/fac_borrowing.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    Ask A Librarian Live Chat Library Services Alumni Services Circulation Community Services Course Reserves Disability Accommodations Faculty Services Forms Instruction Interlibrary Loan Online Learning Services Room Reservations Staff Services Student Services Off Campus Access Access from off campus locations to licensed electronic resources such as article databases e books and e journals is available to currently enrolled students and currently employed faculty and staff Simply login using your CampusID username

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/services/off_campus_access.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    Academic Department Faculty Liaison Liaison Librarian Cook Library Accounting Mary Anderson Paul McCarver Advanced Practice Nursing Rowena Elliott Elena Azadbakht Anthropology and Sociology Bridget Hayden Tracy Englert Art and Design Jennifer Courts Paul McCarver Biological Sciences Kenneth Curry Tracy Englert Chemistry and Biochemistry Wujian Miao Tracy Englert Child and Family Studies Amanda Williams Michele Frasier Robinson Coastal Sciences Jeff Lotz Joyce Shaw Collaborative Nursing Care Becky Newton Elena Azadbakht Communication Studies Charles Tardy Paul McCarver Computing Bikramjit Banerjee Tracy Englert Construction Tulio Sulbaran Tracy Englert Criminal Justice Lisa Nored Tracy Englert Curriculum Instruction and Special Education Katie Tonore Michele Frasier Robinson Dance Elizabeth Lentz Elena Azadbakht Economic Development Tourism and Sport Management Stacey Hall Paul McCarver Educational Leadership and School Counseling Steven Chesnut Michele Frasier Robinson Educational Studies and Research Steven Chesnut Michele Frasier Robinson English Kay Harris Elena Azadbakht Finance Real Estate and Business Law Wayne Kelly Paul McCarver Foreign Languages and Literatures Katie Angus Paul McCarver Geography and Geology Frank Heitmuller Tracy Englert History Pamela Tyler Michele Frasier Robinson Human Capital Development Cyndi Gaudet Tracy Englert Interdisciplinary Studies Marek Steedman Michele Frasier Robinson Kinesiology Jerry Purvis Elena Azadbakht Library and Information Science Teresa Welsh Michele Frasier Robinson Management and International Business Wanda Fannell Paul McCarver Marine Science William Monty Graham Tracy Englert Marketing and Merchandising Melinda McLelland Paul McCarver Mass Communication and Journalism Cheryl Jenkins Elena Azadbakht Mathematics John Perry Tracy Englert Medical Laboratory Science Mary Lux Elena Azadbakht Music Edward Hafer Paul McCarver Nutrition and Food Systems Roxanne Kingston Elena Azadbakht Philosophy and Religion Michael DeArmey Michele Frasier Robinson Physics and Astronomy Ras Pandey Tracy Englert Political Science International Development and International Affairs Kate Greene Michele Frasier Robinson Polymers and High Performance Materials Joseph Lott Tracy Englert Psychology Stan Kuczaj Michele Frasier Robinson Public Health Susan Dobson

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/services/cd-liaisons.html (2016-02-17)
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