The Earl S Richardson Library is dedicated to continuing its services as fully as possible during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. This webpage will be regularly updated with information about the availability of the library's services and how to access them remotely.
The library is currently open to current Morgan students, faculty, and staff ONLY.
The library building is currently open to Morgan students, faculty, and staff. ID and mask are required for entry. Social distancing in all library areas will be enforced.
Materials are available to borrow, renew, and return.
Computer labs are open for study.
Davis Room Special Collections & Archives
The Davis Room special collections & archives are open during current library hours Tuesday - Thursday. Appointments are required.
Instruction sessions are available and may be scheduled through the library website.
Meeting rooms are currently available.
The Multimedia Department is open Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm, by reservation only. Appointments through the online booking system are required with at least 24 hours notice.
In person and online reference chat is available Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm.
Study rooms are currently available for individual patrons.
All the library's databases and online resources are available off-campus. You will be asked to log in using the 14 digit number on the back of your BEARcard (it will begin 22058) - do not include the A's on either side of the number. If you do not have or are unable to locate your card, please contact the BEARcard office at (443) 885-4045 or email@example.com.
For further help using Canvas as a student, please visit the ATS Canvas Information for Students website.
Learn more @ the MSU Online Distance Education Resources guide
ATS has published a guide to the Continuity of Operations for Instructional Technology for instructors using Canvas the first time to teach either in live or pre-recorded sessions.
For further help using Canvas as an instructor, please visit the ATS Canvas Information for Faculty/Staff website.
In response to the pandemic, many institutions & database vendors are opening some or all of their resources to public access. This list will continue to be expanded as we learn of new resources.