History majors in the Lutnick book stacks (Source: Anhara Disko)
For BMC and HC people studying on campus, log into Tripod (upper right corner) to use the "Request" button to have titles delivered within the Trico. They will usually usually arrive in one or two days.
For Bryn Mawr people studying remotely, request scans of book chapters, journal articles, or books through Iliad.
Haverford users can request needed materials. There are no charges for requests nor are there limits on the number of items you can submit. You can use the forms below to enter your requests. Articles and other digital material will be sent to your email address. If you are on campus, you will be notified when print copies and other material are ready for you to come and check out. If you are studying remotely, the libraries will supply digital copies and print material by mail.
Haverford on-campus users can request materials using the Borrow beyond Trico page Note that EZ Borrow is now available on that page for requesting books from regional libraries including Penn and NYU. They will often arrive in 3 to 4 days.
HC remote users can request materials using these links below:
You will also find these request links on the Support during COVID-19 page
All BMC and HC users can request articles and books using the button in database records
Subject specialist librarians work with students, faculty, staff and alumni in every area of interest. They provide intensive, one-on-one support of students throughout their college careers, culminating in their senior thesis projects.
See this listing for librarians by subject area. Please email the librarian who best matches your topic area. In the message please include a sentence or two about your research question and problems you may have encountered.
In meeting with a librarian, you can get help developing a research question and beginning a search. Folks who are further along in the process can get advice on research tools, answers to specific questions, and new sources. The librarian drafts research notes ahead of time, adds to them during the meeting, and sends the results afterward. The notes cover search strategies, research tools, and references to important individual scholarly titles.