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E. M. White Library: Resources




Use Morgan Discovery to find books, eBooks, journals, articles and much More!

Morgan Discovery goes far beyond the traditional library catalog. It is a service that allows, in a single search, the ability to find multiple types of library content--books, journals, articles, films, etc. The easy to use interface makes research a snap! To search Morgan, click on the link below.

Morgan: Library Catalog

Morgan Discovery Library Account

                            Why would I want a Morgan Account?

Morgan Discovery goes far beyond the traditional library catalog. Morgan accounts allow patrons to:

  • Request an item to be held for pickup.
    • We will pull your desired book and hold it for you at the Circulation Desk.
  • Save your searches, lists and more.
    • Don't recreate your searches over and over again. Save your search and your eBook/online journal/article links in one place!
  • Keep track of what books you have checked out.

How to set up a Morgan Account:

  • Go to Morgan at
  • Click on  "Sign In," located at the top left corner of the screen
  • Click on "Set/Reset Password"
  • You next will be prompted to put in your username -- for most, this will be the first initial of your first name followed by your last name).
  • If you need to find out what your username is, contact us and we can provide that information.
  • Once this is done, you have your Morgan account!

New Resources

New Books GraphicThere is always something new at the library!

Click here to go to our New Resources Guide

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan Icon           Need something we don't have? Try Interlibrary Loan!

Interlibrary Loan is a service that enables the staff at our library the ability to request materials from other libraries. This includes both physical items like books, or articles from journals we do not own. We can borrow items from other local libraries, or a library several states away!


To request an item via Interlibrary Loan, please fill out the appropriate form:

Course Reserves

Course Reserve Textbooks

Ask at the Circulation Desk or go to the Course Reserve Landing page via Morgan to see what print and online titles are on reserve. Students may Search course reserves by term, professor or class number. While the library makes every effort to collect print and online editions of textbooks, the library may not have copies of all textbooks.

Faculty who are interested in putting books on reserve for course may contact the library Help Desk at

Print copies of required and recommended textbooks in the library collection are held on reserve at the Circulation Desk and may be checked out for 2 hours.* Students are free scan excerpts from books in the library lobby.

*Items checked out within the last 2 hours of the building hours must be returned the following morning.