The library building (Accokeek Hall) is closed to the public. All library services that require a physical presence (reserves, computers, scanners, study rooms, circulation of print books, etc.) are unavailable at this time. However, all of our electronic resources are still available for remote use.
Regarding library materials during the closure, here are some reminders:
Information Literacy Instruction
Information literacy instruction sessions are typically taught in Accokeek Hall, Room 109 by professional librarians. Arrangements can be made for a librarian to teach at the college's extension centers.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a borrowing privilege that is used to acquire books, journal articles, or multimedia that the library does not own.
Acquisitions / Interlibrary Loan Supervisor
The Reference Information Desk is located near the front door and is staffed by a professionally trained librarian who is prepared and pleased to answer questions and offer direct personal assistance on using the Library's electronic and print sources to find information for research and study.
Phone: (301) 546-0476
An embedded librarian is a librarian that is integrated into an online class for a period of time to support the student's in their research process.
Resource Development / eLearning Librarian
Requested materials must be tied to a course or program. Funding does not permit purchases for personal interest. All requests require the approval of your Department Chair or Dean.
Service Request Forms
This page provides fast access to the service request forms. For detailed information on each service, click on the appropriate section.