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Yes! Community members are welcome to use the library. Miller Nichols Library is open to the public, and all books and physical materials can be used by anyone who visits. Guests are welcome during any of the library's open hours, with the exception that a current UMKC ID is required to enter the building after 11 pm. Community members can get a 2-hour guest log on to a library computer, which provides guest access to many of our electronic subscription resources. Individuals who join the Guest Borrower Program may borrow a limited number of items.
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There are printers in both Miller Nichols Library and the Health Sciences Library. Log on to any library computer to send a document to the nearest color or black and white printer. The printers are shown on the library floor plan maps. To print from your laptop, use the UMKC Web Print website to upload your document, and then send it to a library printer.
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You can reserve the tabling space that is located in the Miller Nichols Learning Center foyer by contacting the UMKC classroom scheduling office. Email your request to reserve the space to RegistrarScheduling@umkc.edu.
There is no dedicated space for tabling in the Health Sciences Library. Try contacting the UMKC Office of Student Involvement for more options for tabling spots on the Health Sciences Campus, or on the Volker campus.
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After you graduate from UMKC you are welcome to use library resources by visiting the library in person, including a 2-hour guest log on to a computer which provides guest access to library journals and databases. Individuals who join the Guest Borrower Program may check out a limited number of items. Remote library access and services such as InterLibrary Loan are not available to UMKC alumni.
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You can stop by the Service Desk at Miller Nichols Library or the Health Sciences Library and ask to see a librarian, or go online to make an appointment for a session with a librarian. Appointments can be in person or online. Librarians are also available via email, phone, or live chat. Learn more about your options or schedule an appointment on the Meet With a Librarian page.
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Yes! Select a color printer when sending a document to print from a library computer, or use the UMKC Web Print website to upload a document from your laptop and send to a color printer in the library at one of these locations:
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The UMKC Libraries don't have current or online access to the Kansas City Star. We do collect the Kansas City Star but it is on microfilm. See the dates for microfilm for recent issues plus historical access back to 1885. For online access to the Kansas City Star, sign up for free for a local public library card.
You can request books and articles from any library in the world by placing an Interlibrary Loan request.
Log in with your UMKC username and password and request the item you need. You'll get an email when your book or article is on its way.
No. LaBudde Special Collections is open to the public.
Are you struggling to choose a research topic? Here are some things to consider:
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No, UMKC Libraries doesn’t manage the Miller Nichols Learning Center (MNLC), even though it is connected to the main Miller Nichols Library building. We are not in charge of the classrooms, lecture halls, or the tabling space in the MNLC foyer. However, library staff are in charge of clearing out and locking the MNLC space at night when the library closes, and opening the MNLC exterior doors in the morning when the library opens.
The Miller Nichols Learning Center (MNLC) has the same hours as the Miller Nichols Library. See the full hours list for hours by day of the week and semester.
When you are unsure of how to start your research, Library Research Guides are an excellent place to begin. Click on the link to the field of study your topic aligns with. You’ll find several suggestions of appropriate research tools for that field of study. Still having trouble? That’s what librarians are for! Contact us and we’ll be happy to assist you.