Kathryn A. Martin Library
UMD's Kathryn A. Martin Library provides a full suite of library services, including research help, library instruction, online guides, course reserves, interlibrary loans, and both digital and physical materials that support student learning. On its second floor, the library is home to the Securian Learning Commons with collaborative academic support services such as the campus tutoring program, a writers' workshop, a math learning lab, and a multimedia assistance center. Guest, basic, and full-access computers are located throughout the facility, along with books, DVDs, academic journals, archives & special collections, and government documents.
Students have access to ebooks and articles from academic journals, news sources, and magazines via the library's 300+ online databases. Any circulating book from a University of Minnesota campus library can be requested and sent to UMD to be checked out using the library's Get It service. Materials not available in the University of Minnesota system can be requested using interlibrary loan. Librarians provide research help on the second floor and can be consulted through email, telephone, text, or online chat. For more information, visit the Kathryn A. Martin Library website.