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**Extended Due Dates** Due dates have been extended until September 15, 2021 and fines waived for materials checked out since Fall 2019. Read the full FAQ.
Accessing Resources from off Campus
Many library services and resources are available to students and faculty from the Libraries homepage, library.rider.edu, including:
Online Access to Library Materials
Online databases, journals, and ebooks are available 24/7 when accessed via library.rider.edu. Please log in with your Rider Key. If you should have trouble accessing a database, please let us know via: guides.rider.edu/ask.
- You may place a hold on a print item and pick it up at the Moore or Talbott Circulation Desk. Please allow 24 hours for processing. You will receive an email confirmation when the item is ready for pickup.
- Items on reserve or in the Textbook Collection can only be accessed at the Moore or Talbott Circulation Desk.
Consult with an expert librarian.
Let a librarian help take the confusion out of the research process for your students.
Librarians can provide virtual research instruction sessions for your in-person, hybrid, or fully online classes.
Follow-up one-on-one instruction
- Encourage your students to contact us afterward for customized help. We will Zoom with them!
- We continue to fulfill your borrowing needs. You will be notified by email when an item is received with how to access requested electronic materials (articles, chapters of books). Print books will need to be picked up at either the Moore or Talbott Circulation Desk. **Delivery of requested materials, especially print books, may be delayed due to COVID-19. Purchase of ebooks may be considered for some requests.**
Archives & Special Collections
For assistance with archives and special collections at the Talbott Library, please see Remote Services to Students, Faculty, Staff, and Researchers from the Special Collections and Archives Department-Talbott Library, For the Moore Library, please contact Robert Congleton.