Services

Borrowing

 

Borrowing from MRU

Mount Royal University students, faculty and staff may borrow any item from the circulating collection - books, journals, magazines, DVDs, CDs and audiovisual equipment.

 

 

Equipment & media

A variety of audio-visual equipment is available to faculty, staff and students at Mount Royal University

 

 

Loans & fines

Mount Royal University students, faculty and staff may borrow any item from the circulating collection - books, journals, magazines, DVDs, CDs and audiovisual equipment.

 

 

Interlibrary loans (ILL)

Mount Royal University's Interlibrary Loan / Document Delivery (ILL) staff provide access to library material not owned by MRU.

 

 

Borrowing from other libraries

Mount Royal University students, faculty and staff may borrow any item from the circulating collection - books, journals, magazines, DVDs, CDs and audiovisual equipment.

 

 

Off campus access

Registered students, staff, and faculty members of Mount Royal University can access databases and other licensed resources from off-campus! All you need is a valid MyMRU account and then begin your research.

 

 

Alumni & retirees

Mount Royal University students, faculty and staff may borrow any item from the circulating collection - books, journals, magazines, DVDs, CDs and audiovisual equipment.

 

 

Community services

Community users can borrow material from our collection

 

 

Recommend a purchase

Are you looking for something that you think we should have in our library collection? Let us know about it! Please use this form to suggest books, journals, films, or other library materials for purchase consideration.

 

Instructor Support

 

Set-up course reserves

Materials can be placed on Reserve by instructors for their students. Putting items on course reserve helps to ensure access to high demand items by the use of short loan periods.

 

 

Library instruction program

MRU Library has an extensive information literacy (IL) instruction program, reaching students with course- and program-integrated IL instruction across the curriculum.

 

Open educational resources

Open educational resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research resources that are created with the intention of being freely available to users anywhere.

 

 

Build a permalink

Permalinks (or persistent links) are the safest and easiest way to share journal articles, book chapters and other online content with your students.

 

 

Copyright

Copyright is created the moment an original work is set in any 'fixed' form, meaning it's outside of the creator's head and accessible in some way (e.g. when it's drawn, written, recorded, saved to a hard drive, or uploaded to the Internet).