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Morgan Library-Learning Center Response to COVID-19 : Basic Information

The Morgan Library building is closed. 

Please, contact us by email, phone, Zoom, Google Meet, or Ask-A-Librarian          574.372.5100 x6294 


The purpose of this guide is to provide Grace students who are participating in Emergency Remote Instruction with the tools and services needed to complete assignments.  Here you will find tutorials, online resources, contact information for Library-Learning Center services, and instructions for using library resources on your mobile devices. 

Disabilities Services

Research Assistance


Writing Lab

Faculty Assistance

Streaming videos

Free Resources links to publisher websites offering access to books, videos & educational tools


Please let us know how we can help!

Borrowing Print Books Near You

BEFORE using a local library, call to see if they are still open to the public.  If they are closed, they still may be able to assist you.

Many college and university libraries will make provisions for local/guest users to borrow books, either for free or for a yearly fee.  They may own some of the books you would like to use.  Public libraries usually have an interlibrary loan system whereby they allow you to request a book you need.  They will get it from another library and they will notify you to come pick it up when it arrives.   Search the WorldCat database (search box below) to see if a library near you has the book you want.  The results page will show the nearest library owning that book.

Search for an item in libraries near you: >>

The Morgan Library is part of reciprocal borrowing programs among seminaries and Christian college and university libraries.  These libraries have agreed to allow students from cooperating institutions to borrow books for free.  We participate in two different programs, ATLA (American Theological Library Association) and ACL (Association of Christian Librarians).  Procedures for each is slightly different.  Use the links below to locate a library near you.   

Who do I contact for....

Citing information  or
Help locating a book, book chapter or article or 574-372-5100 x6293 or 6291
Interlibrary Loan Form or  We are still offering interlibrary loan services, but are subject to the availability of materials and services from our partner libraries.
Overdue Notices Jodi -  or 574.372.5100 x6294
Testing Accommodations Connie or 574.372.5100 x6423
Tutoring help for a class or assignment Calla -  or 574.372.5100 x6427
Writing assistance 
Zotero questions Rhoda or Tonya - or 574.372.5100 x6293 or x6291

How do I access Library Resources from Off Campus?

When you click on a link to a database to which we subscribe, you will be prompted to log in with your campus/email login. (see image below)  Once you are logged in, you should have access to all the other library databases until you close that browser, then you will have to log in again.

If you have a URL to a library resource (database or article) that denies you access it may be because you are trying to access from off-campus.  You'll need to add a Grace's PROXY PREFIX to the beginning of the URL to go to a log in page that will allow you to log in.  


Keeping up with the Coronavirus

Login with your Grace User Name and PW.

This special report is designed to help you navigate through the tricky weeks ahead. The articles here can be freely shared.


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Tonya Fawcett
Morgan Library, Room 204
574.372.5100 x6291


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Rhoda Palmer
574-372-5100 x6293

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