Scanners are located in the first-floor lobby and second-floor computer lab.
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Public computers are locatedon the first and second floors of the library.
The computer lab, accessible only to current MSU students and staff, can be found on the second floor, next to Special Collections.
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Study rooms are available on the second floor of the library. Due to COVID-19 guidelines, study rooms are limited to one-person occupancy.
Study pods are available on the first and second floors of the library. Due to COVID-19 guidelines, study pods are limited to two-person occupancy.
Please visit the Circulation Desk or call (940) 397-4753 for more information.
The Special Collections and Archives Department is responsible for the following:
MSU History- ArchivesForrest Monahan Railroad Maps CollectionWalter Dalquest CollectionPolitical Papers (including George Moffett, Graham Purcell, John Tower, etc.)
The Special Collections Room (207) is located on the second floor of Moffett Library. Questions or requests regarding items in Special Collections may be directed to Alissa Russell, Special Collections Librarianat (940) 397-4755or alissa.russell
Hours for Special Collections Room:
No pens may be used in the area.No food or drink is allowed in the Special Collections Room.No Materials may be taken from the Special Collections Room.
The Office of Tutoring & Academic Support Programs (TASP) is located on the first floor of the library. TASP offers a variety of resources designed to help students meet the demands of the college classroom, including on-campus and distance education tutoring. For more information on TASP, please visit the TASP website here.
Moffett Library Workshop Schedule: Fall 2021
The walking tours of Moffett Library are available to any interested parties at their scheduled times. The tour guide will takeguests through the library, showcasing the facilities and services offered. All walking tours are in-person.
If you are unavailable to attend one ofthe scheduled tours, individual walking tours will bemade available upon request.
August 24, 2021
|How to Format Your Research Paper:
Research papers often require proper formatting. Join us to learn about the basics of MLA and APA formatting for your upcoming assignment.
September 9, 2021
|How to Cite Your Sources:
Choosing sources for research requires careful consideration. This workshop will help students understand how to choose the best sources for their paper and the basics of MLA and APA citation.
October 6, 2021
Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a service by which patrons can submit requests for materials not held atMoffett Library. Current Midwestern State University students, faculty, and staff may use this service, which is free of charge.
ILLiad is Moffett Library's system for requesting materials owned by thousands of other libraries through the interlibrary loan network. The name ILLiad stands forInterLibraryLoaninternetaccessibledatabase.
ILLiad can be used to request materials not owned by Moffett Library such as:
ArticlesBooksNon-print materials (DVDs, videotapes, microfilm, etc)Other materials such as maps, documents and archival materials
You may login to your MSU ILLiad account at any time to make requests, track requests, oraccess articles that you have received.
Login to ILLiad
First-time users will be asked to fill out a brief registration form before using ILLiad. For more information regarding ILL, please visit the Interlibrary Loan Guide.
Students wishing to apply for work at Moffett Library must submit a Student Employment Application. Once the application has been received, library staff will look over applications applicable for their department. A library staff member will reach out to applicants if interested in setting up interviews.
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