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==='''Students, Faculty, and Staff'''===
 
==='''Students, Faculty, and Staff'''===
  
Evergreen automatically creates a library user/borrower account for students, faculty, and staff who join the collegeA current Evergreen ID serves as your '''library card'''.  The first time you use your library card, folks at the Circulation Desk will request that you show an ID and confirm your contact information.
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Evergreen '''automatically creates''' a library user/borrower account for students.  Your '''library card''' is your current Evergreen ID.  
  
Greeners may borrow from the library's '''physical collections''' - books, maps, cds, dvds, and other stuf.  The library is a friendly place where serious work and serious fun both happen - a lot!  Our beloved emeritus faculty retain their Greener accounts after retirement.
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Students, staff, and faculty may borrow from the library's '''physical collections''' - books, maps, cds, and dvds - and use '''online services'''.  Online services include searching the [http://www2.evergreen.edu/wikis/itsurvivalguide/index.php?title=Library_Catalog catalog], reserving materials, accessing subscription databases of academic literature, and using other e-resources. Some online services are password protected, including subscription databases when used off campus.  
 
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Greeners may also use a number of '''online library services'''.  These include searching the [[catalog | catalog]], requesting materials, and accessing subscription [[Databases | databases]] of academic literature. Some online services are password protected, including subscription databases when used off campus. Your full name and registration number, exactly as they appear on your ID card, count as your '''username and password''' in all library account matters.
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Accounts are '''audited every six months'''.  Accounts for users who remain at the college are renewed; those who have left will be converted to community borrower. Our '''emeritus faculty''' retain their institutional accounts throughout retirement.
  
 
==='''Community Borrowers'''===
 
==='''Community Borrowers'''===
  
Those without an official affiliation with Evergreen may establish a community borrower's account.  '''Necessary identification''' includes a photo ID and a document that shows a current address - a personal check, phone bill, etc. Community borrowers may borrow '''books but not tapes, cds, or dvds'''.
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Those without an official affiliation with Evergreen may establish a community borrower's account, with current photo identification.   Community borrowers may borrow '''books''' and cds but not films, inter-library loans, or Summit materials.  
 
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Community users may temporarily access subscription databases from computers within the library.
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Community users may temporarily access subscription databases from computers within the library.  Community accounts are also audited every six months.
  
 
==='''Extended Education Students'''===
 
==='''Extended Education Students'''===

Latest revision as of 17:14, 19 November 2020

Students, Faculty, and Staff

Evergreen automatically creates a library user/borrower account for students. Your library card is your current Evergreen ID.

Students, staff, and faculty may borrow from the library's physical collections - books, maps, cds, and dvds - and use online services. Online services include searching the catalog, reserving materials, accessing subscription databases of academic literature, and using other e-resources. Some online services are password protected, including subscription databases when used off campus.

Accounts are audited every six months. Accounts for users who remain at the college are renewed; those who have left will be converted to community borrower. Our emeritus faculty retain their institutional accounts throughout retirement.

Community Borrowers

Those without an official affiliation with Evergreen may establish a community borrower's account, with current photo identification. Community borrowers may borrow books and cds but not films, inter-library loans, or Summit materials.

Community users may temporarily access subscription databases from computers within the library. Community accounts are also audited every six months.

Extended Education Students

EE does not involve admission to the college. EE students may establish and use library accounts as community borrowers.


Questions About Your Account

You can view your account online or call the Circulation Desk at 360-867-6250.