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@RMClib posts a lot of links to web-based information. Many times the links aren't easy to follow from social media platforms. This page has been developed to help with that. Access the Library's main webpage at https://library.rmc.edu

Library FAQs Check them out!

Check out @rmclib's FAQs! If you don't find your answer, send your question to library@rmc.edu or by using "Ask Us" from main page. Someone will answer you as soon as possible.


Pamunkey Regional Library informationPamunkey Regional Library Student information

On-Campus students! Anxious to read a trending bestseller? Looking for a video to stream? Apply for a Pamunkey Regional Student Library card. It's easy to do and you will receive your card by mail in about 7 days! If you are a local commuter, you may also be eligible for a card.


Go to library.rmc.edu for eBooks and moreHelpful Quick Links

Find full-text eBooks and articles @ https://library.rmc.edu

Find resources in your subject @ https://library.rmc.edu/subject-guides

Get research help @ https://library.rmc.edu/library/research-help

Make an appointment with a librarian to discuss your research needs @ https://rmc.libcal.com/appointments 

Stream films @ Films on Demand and AVON


Man reaching for 2021

Full-text eBooks are available for you to get a great start to 2021! Find them at this https://library.rmc.edu/displays/2021Strong an online, on-demand book display!


Link to the library's student success study skills webpage

 

Study tips, techniques and links to people who can help, at:

Student Success Study Tips


Japanese Woodblock print woman and child in snowVia Family Asian Art Collection - Japanese Woodblock Prints

Randolph-Macon College was chosen by the beneficiaries to be the recipient of this gift in appreciation for the progress made in recent years by the College in developing a Department of Asian Studies and also in accumulating a significant Asian Art Collection for the College. Donated in 2014 by The Via Family (Rev. Bernard S., Balfour and Wali David) brothers of Richard A. Via (1922-2008). This gift is given in memory of Margaret Vaughan Johnson Via (1926-2013).


Quick guide to library services Fall 2020 thumbnailCheck out what's new at McGraw-Page Library for Fall 2020 in this Quick Guide to Library Services. Returning faculty and students be sure to review Building Access and Books, Holds and Returns for changes.


Learning Resources at R-MCOnline? Hybrid? f2f? 

This guide contains resources to support you: https://library.rmc.edu/covidlearning


music and theatre related images

 

Queue up a playlist on the Naxos Music Database or watch a play from the National Theatre Collection!


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Academic Video Online

Stream films from PBS, The Wall Street Journal/Dow Jones, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Microtraining, Sony Pictures Classics, and so many more! Subjects include American History, Asian Studies, Cooking, Environmental Studies, How-To, Medical Imaging, Nursing, Sports Medicine... something for everyone. 


Main webpage for Encyclopedia Britannica Academic

Britannica Academic is a great resource for beginning your research! "With a single search, choose from a variety of content types including: articles, high-quality images and videos, Merriam-Webster dictionary entries, EBSCO journals and periodicals, and primary source texts." Connect @

https://academic-eb-com.rmc.idm.oclc.org/levels/collegiate


Looking for some books to read on how to be succChoose successessful in college? Tips, techniques and more @RMClib's Successful Student Guide 


Share your COVID-19 story @RMClibThe Flavia Reed Owen Special Collections and Archives of McGraw-Page Library is collecting first-hand accounts from this unprecedented time in modern history. We know the COVID-19 pandemic is having a tremendous impact on our students, faculty, and staff, and we want to preserve these stories of Randolph-Macon College's community for future generations.

Please visit https://library.rmc.edu/covid19 to learn more about this project and to contribute your story. We will be collecting materials through December 31, 2020.

If you have any questions about how to share different types of files or collected material, about this form, or any other questions or concerns, please contact the Flavia Reed Owen Special Collections and Archives at archives@rmc.edu.