Oxford campus materials are available for curbside pickup at King Library. For more information, visit our curbside pickup page.
Also, you can always get in touch with a librarian if you need a particular book, journal, newspaper, or other text from our collection. We may be able to find an electronic version or a suitable alternative.
OhioLINK lending of physical materials is scheduled to resume on August 10.
Have questions or need assistance? Get in touch with us.
All electronic resources — journals, databases, eBooks, digital collections, and more — can be accessed from anywhere in the world by using your Miami ID to log in. All links from the Libraries' guides and lists should automatically direct you to the proxy login.
If you happen to find yourself at a resource and are unable to access the materials because you weren't automatically directed through the proxy, simply add https://proxy.lib.miamioh.edu/login?url= to the beginning of the URL. See more details about using the proxy.
The Libraries have created a comprehensive resource guide for students, faculty, and staff. The guide encompasses:
All electronic resources — journals, databases, eBooks, digital collections, and more — can be accessed from anywhere in the world by using your Miami ID to log in. All links from the Libraries' guides and lists should automatically direct you to the proxy login. If you happen to find yourself at a resource and are unable to access the materials because you weren't automatically directed through the proxy, simply add https://proxy.lib.miamioh.edu/login?url= to the beginning of the URL. See more details about using the proxy.
The Libraries offer ways to enhance online learning:
In anticipation of possible absences, please use our general email if you do not hear back from your liaison librarian within a business day.
The library provides online access to numerous online resources, including electronic books (ebooks), newspaper and journal articles, and streaming films. You can search our collections for works to use as part of online instruction. If you or your students need assistance locating online materials, we invite you to contact your subject specialist or request reference assistance via chat, email, or phone.
OA works are articles, books, films, lecture recordings and other learning materials that are digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. There are a variety of OA repositories you and your students can use to find resources that can be used for instruction and the creation of new scholarship. They include the Directory of Open Access Journals and OASIS (Openly Available Sources Integrated Search) a search tool developed by SUNY’s Geneseo's Milne Library that aims to make the discovery of open content easier. OASIS currently searches open content from 97 different sources and contains over 385,000 records.
You can also provide students with links to resources made freely and legally available online. This could include linking to news stories, reports, data sets, etc.
The fair use exception found in Section 107 of U.S. copyright law provides options for making copies of works available for students as part of the educational process. You can learn more about fair use and the four factors involved with making fair use determinations here. Have questions about copyright? Contact MU’s copyright librarian, Carla Myers, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-529-3935.
Works in the public domain are free of copyright protection this includes works whose term of copyright protection has expired and work prepared by an officer or employee of the United States Government as part of that person’s official duties (e.g., reports, photographs, and other resources produced by the CDC, NIH, NASA, etc.). Repositories such as Google Books, the HathiTrust Digital Library, and Project Gutenberg make available millions of books that are in the public domain due to their term of copyright expiring.
The COVID-19 global pandemic represents a massive area of research with impacts in virtually all fields of study. We've put together a collection of resources for those interested in researching COVID-19 and its effects around the world, including:
Questions? Comments? Get in touch with social sciences librarian Anna Liss Jacobsen, who is collecting these resources.
The Miami University Health Services Information hotline number is 513-529-3003. This line is updated with the most current information as it is made available.
If you need to make an appointment with Miami University Health Services, please call 513-529-3000.
The Butler County General Health District phone number is 513-863-1770; the after-hours, emergency-only number is 877-774-4636.
The Ohio Department of Health call center is operating from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. everyday, 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).