Telephone Number: (413) 565-1376
Library E-Mail: email@example.com
Call, e-mail or visit us to request materials, or fill out this online form. We purchase books and dvds weekly. We welcome your suggestions!
Call, e-mail, fill out this form, or visit any staff person to have materials placed on reserve for your classes or to find out how to make your reserves available electronically. Please keep in mind that copyright restrictions may apply. For more information about copyright visit our Copyright page.
Fill out request forms online, in-person or by telephone or e-mail. Requests are delivered to you through your Bay Path email account or interoffice mail and usually arrive within 10 days. Contact person: Michele McGrath
As a Bay Path faculty member you have access to several other area college libraries. You can utilize their facilities and reference services, as well as check out books. Connect to their catalogs.
Classes can be tailored to help students get started on a specific assignment or learn about resources in their field of study. Contact person: Peter Brunette
You are always invited to bring your class to the library for a visit. But, please, contact us in advance to make a reservation. Contact person: Peter Brunette
Call, e-mail or visit us to setup a time to review new resources or learn advanced search techniques in your research area(s). Contact person: Peter Brunette
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All faculty automatically have remote access to research databases and electronic books. Feel free to contact us or the ITS department (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any problems connecting from off campus. For immediate assistance call (413) 565-1376 or (413) 565-1487.
If you teach at our Central or Eastern Massachusetts sites, we will mail resources directly to your address. Contact the library for assistance.