The library is here to support you as you work and study remotely. Check out these resources or contact us for more information.

Announcements

Updates about Library resources and services are available at https://blogs.reed.edu/library-news/covid19/.

Ask Us

Ask a librarian. Get 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.

Subject consultations

Find the subject librarian for your area for subject-specific help and to arrange a consultation via email, phone, or online.

Articles, ebooks, databases

Journal articles, ebooks, and databases are available remotely. Links from the library catalog and database page are configured for remote access; login with your Reed id.

Trouble accessing a resource? Check on off-campus access tips or contact a librarian for help.

Laptops and ipads

The library has laptops and ipads available for long-term checkout. Please write to Jim Holmes at holmesj@reed.edu for more details.

Streaming video

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 accesible 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 materials

Renew Reed materials online. Select individual loans to renew, or select ‘renew all’. Note that all library fines are waived from Saturday, March 14 through the end of spring semester. Replacement fees are still in effect. You might see a fine on your library account, but it will not be sent to the business office and you do not need to pay it.

Returning materials

Need to return materials but can't make it to campus? Learn how to return library materials by mail.

More Reed resources

Reed’s Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Prevention & Response

COVID-19 Support Resources for Students

Remote Teaching & Learning from Computing and Information Services