Miss T. will assist you in
Miss T. is happy to work with you individually or in small groups. She is also available for in class instruction at the request of the course instructor.
Miss T. is on duty from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday or as needed for classroom instruction. Miss T. should also be consulted for questions regarding copyright.
Miss T. is also available for proctoring services.
Last updated August, 2016
New Book Shelf
Books new to the library are on the display book case in the Main Collection room on the first floor. These materials will remain on the display shelves for about two weeks or until someone checks them out, whichever comes first.
The book sale shelf is open for business during regular library hours. Prices are posted. Special sales are planned periodically throughout the course of the school year. Dates and times will be posted.
Please DO NOT re-shelve any item used. Instead, return all materials to a book cart or leave them on a table or in a study carrel. The library staff will re-shelve all materials after collecting the needed usage statistics.
During library operating hours, returned items should be left on the Circulation Desk or placed in the book drop inside the library except for RESERVE items. To avoid unwanted overdue charges DO NOT RETURN RESERVE ITEMS TO THE BOOK DROP.
An after-hours book drop is located just outside the main entrance of the library and is to be used only when the library is closed. It is OK to place audio-visual materials in the book drop. Items placed in the outside book drop will be counted as having been returned the day the library was last open.
TMU Secure Wireless connectivity is available to the following patron groups:
TMU Guest WiFi
The following groups of patrons may access the TMU Guest WiFi by clicking the WiFi icon in their taskbar, Then selecting TMU-Guest from the list of networks:
Search Powell Library Discovery
Find books, articles and more. Search with these codes:
au: for author
ti: for title
su: for subject
Go to the TMU Library Web site www.masters.edu/library. Alternatively, go to www.masters.edu, select 'STUDENTS', then select 'Library'.
Type keywords in the "Search" box and Enter.
Optionally, consider using metadata field codes to focus your search:
ti: for a Title | su: for a Subject | au: for an Author
In addition to the basic Search on the main library page is the Advanced Search option.
The Advanced Search page provides options for selecting metadata fields, Boolean operations and Limiting options, all of which can be used to set up a focused search query.
Once the results page has been acquired, the search query can be manipulated with the main "Search" bar at the top center of the results page.
Last updated May, 2018
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