If you need assistance with ANGEL, please go to the ANGEL help page.
Faculty can have materials from the MSU Libraries delivered right to their offices. You'll just need to fill out this form.
Copyright Advice and Information
For information on copyright (using copyrighted material, obtaining copyright permission) please visit the Copyright Permissions page.
Distance Learning Services
MSU Libraries' Distance Learning Services is designed to meet the research and information needs of students and faculty in off-campus or on-line courses, and faculty/staff in MSU off-campus units.
As a faculty member, you may ask an individual to borrow library materials on your behalf. For more information, please visit the Faculty Authorization page.
If the MSU Libraries don't have what you're looking for, we can get it for you from another library. For comprehensive information about requesting material, please visit http://www.lib.msu.edu/health/requests.jsp.
Libraries, Computing and Technology training
Michigan State University Libraries, Computing and Technology training offers a variety of non-credit computing courses and workshops. Courses cover a wide range of topics on computing for the purpose of job training, career development, and/or personal improvement.
The Health Sciences Librarians at MSU offer a variety of library instruction sessions. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, PubMed, EndNote, CINAHL, and Optimizing Library Use. Please use the Ask a Health Sciences Librarian form or contact your Health Sciences Library Liaison to inquire further about instruction sessions.
MARS: MSU Article Retrieval Service
For no charge, the MSU Libraries will scan and send copies of non-electronic journal articles and individual book chapters from the MSU Library collection to MSU faculty, staff, and graduate students for personal research. For more information, please visit the MARS: MSU Article Retrieval Service page.
When items are placed on reserve, they cannot circulate and therefore are more readily available for your students. Place items on Reserve using the Faculty Course Reserve Request form.