About MCS library
The Library at Master's in Peterborough offers a collection of over 34,000 books, plus e-books and e-journals. Pre-1981 volumes are accessible by request as they are in storage; 1982 and later volumes are shelved available for browsing.
The library offers various services designed to assist students and faculty in study and research. Students are encouraged to use the Online Catalogue to locate materials and create a list of desired resources. Students should then send the bookmarked list request, first to their own email addresses, and then forward that email to the Director of Learning Resource’s.
Click on the link to Online Catalogue (in the menu to the right of this screen). Click on the Search tab. Type in your key word/topic. Within the title, click Add item. Scroll down, and email this item to your email address, if you'd like to request it. Then forward this request to Nancy Warwick.
Library orientation to ATLA Religion Database, EasyBib for MLA format, and the use of the public catalogue are available by email request to Nancy Warwick. Registered students with D2L logins can access these items directly, from the D2L library link.
Online, electronically accessible journal resources are available for all MCS students. Information is available on the D2L "My Home" page, or by emailing Nancy Warwick.
- More than 120,000 articles and
book reviews combined
- Searching of numerous indexed
- Easy-to-use web interface
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When you want to borrow books, simply email the bookmarked list of titles, first to yourself and then forward that email to the Director of Learning Resources. Do not use the “Request” button on the Library
Catalogue web pages.
Books can be mailed out, with one-way postage paid by the college and one-way return postage paid by the student.
Ask for help
If you need advice on where to search
for a specific essay topic, please email Nancy Warwick, Director
of Learning Resources to ask for assistance.
Your suggestions to improve library service or to purchase a new book title of interest are always welcome.
Library staff and volunteers are always willing to lend a helpful hand!