Library Services The Benedum Library is located on the Salem campus and is open during the terms that the school is in session. In addition to the Library’s physical collection of books, journals and audio- visual materials, online access is provided to books and journals. Holdings may be identified through the Library’s online catalog. The Library is a partial depository for United States Government documents. Information about Library services, including information for distance education and online students, is available below. Staff maybe contacted via email at email@example.com Research Tools & Resources Benedum Library Catalog Databases (online resources): EBSCOhost (requires login) PubMed BioMed Central Highwire Press Library Guides: The OWL (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue The Writer’s Handbook Library Collections Books on a variey of subjects may be checked out. Electronic resources: Ask at desk for items available. Reserves: Materials which professors have selected for use in classes; must be used in the library. Newspapers: Must be used in the library. Interlibrary Loan If you didn’t find what you want, ask in the Library or email with a question about ‘Interlibrary loan.’ Perhaps we can borrow from another library. To email the Library, use the address firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the following information: Details about what you are requesting. The following list includes what you need for a book; just be sure you tell us enough to be able to identify your need, whether it’s a book, or a journal article, or just information. Author Title Date Publisher ISBN Tell us who you are and how we can reach you (e-mail, phone, or mail). Search Engines LibGuide: Testing Practice Library Services Circulation The library collection contains many items which can be checked out, or circulated. Items are loaned for two weeks. There is a charge of $0.05 a day for overdue materials. Materials may be renewed by: Coming into the Library Calling 304-326-1390 E-mailing email@example.com If you don’t find an item you want, request interlibrary loan.