Studying remotely? The library is here to support our community. Check out these resources or contact us for more information.
Ask a Librarian
Ask a librarian for assistance with anything from finding digital resources to citation management to in depth research support. If you have a question but don't know where to start, send us a message.
Find the subject librarian for your area for subject-specific help and to arrange a consultation via email, phone, or online.
Articles, ebooks, databases
Get books by mail! If you would like materials mailed to you, use the request options in the library catalog to select "Ship to – provide address in comment".
Only need a chapter or a few pages? Make a digitization request! Go to the Interlibrary Loan form, login with your Kerberos, and select the most relevant option under "New Request" on the left. The more information you provide, the easier it is to fill the request. You will get an email notice when your request is ready as a PDF. Please allow 4-5 business days. The library cannot scan an entire book or multiple chapters.
Learn more about how to get books from Reed, Summit, Interlibrary Loan, and Multnomah County Library.
Returning books? Learn more about how to return books in person or by mail.
Reed library subscribes to several streaming video platforms. Learn more and get access.
Residents of Multnomah County can get a Multnomah Public Library account online and get access to ebooks, audiobooks, video, magazines, and more.
Accessible Document Converter
Go to the accessible document converter. SensusAccess converts documents into a range of alternate and accessible formats including digital Braille, MP3, DAISY and e-books. The service can also be used to convert inaccessible documents such as image-only PDF files, images, and PowerPoint presentations into more accessible formats.
Renew Reed materials online. Select individual loans to renew, or select ‘renew all’.