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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
Until March 1, 2021, @rmclib has a trial of the full title catalog of
Very Short Introductions from Oxford University Press
"All titles provide intelligent and serious introductions to a range of subjects, written by experts in the field who combine facts, analysis, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make challenging topics highly readable."
Check them out and be sure to "Browse all VSIs ..." to see the wide range of subjects! Email us, email@example.com, and let us know what you think!
Now available to the R-MC community, The Accessible Archives is a collection of historical periodicals and books from the 18th century to the early 20th century including colonial-era newspapers; 19th century African-American newspapers; publications on the women's suffrage movement; materials on America in WWI; sources on the Civil War and Reconstruction; American County Histories.
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.
@rmclib has several streaming services available offering over 120,000 films. Check them out! Many genres, subjects, and languages. Log in with your @rmc account and start watching! New titles are added each month so be sure to check back.
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).