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Library Storage Annex requests

Use this form to have Annex materials delivered to an MIT Libraries service desk.

  • Please limit your request to 6 volumes per person per day. If you need more than 6 volumes you may arrange to use the material at the Annex by calling 617.253.7040.
  • Materials housed in the Annex (“Stacks” or “Journal”) are normally delivered within 24 hours or less. Most requests made before noon will be available after 3 pm the same day. Requests made after noon will be available after 3 pm the next day (Monday – Friday only).
  • Materials housed in the Off Campus Collection may take up to 2 working days for delivery.
  • If you wish, you may call the pick-up library to verify that your item has arrived.

Please fill out this form as completely as possible. Incomplete citations may lead to delays in filling your request because of the time needed for staff to search for the complete information. Thank you!

Required fields are followed by *

Personal information

Your request

Citation


DSpace@MIT: Ask us

Use this form for any questions about DSpace@MIT, or to get information on setting up a DSpace Community at MIT.

Please see:

If you are not from MIT please note:
Registration is not needed for access to publicly available DSpace@MIT content; registering will not provide access to MIT-only content.

Your information




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What is your question?



Designated Borrower

Application for Adding, Renewing, or Cancelling Added Borrower Privileges

    • Faculty members may designate another person to check out books on their behalf.
    • Other MIT community members may request a designated borrower under special circumstances; for example: if an injury prevents you from coming to the library.

Please note: If you submit this form to allow someone else to borrow on your behalf, you are responsible for all materials borrowed by that person on your behalf, in accordance with the library policies explained in the MIT Libraries Circulation FAQ.

 

What action is needed?

Who is requesting this service?





Who is your designated borrower?



Other information



Forms demonstration

This is a paragraph that exists above a form. You can use this to put easily-editable text around a form that is separate from the form itself, to prevent a form from being changed inadvertently.

example: Johan Bach

How many hammocks do we need?

Who should receive this?

Using recipient as part of field name

Plain selection

Piped selection (required)


Yep, you can put text below a form as well – although this probably not a best practice.

About oaDOI

This link to an open access version of an article comes through oadoi.org, which indexes millions of articles and delivers open-access full-text versions over an open API. The MIT Libraries are excited to offer this new path to access scholarly content. oaDOI is a contribution to an open access infrastructure that, by taking readers to versions of articles that are not behind paywalls, supports MIT’s aim of democratizing access to information. 

If you have any questions or comments on this service, please send them to scholarlypub@mit.edu.

SNL Energy: Use restrictions

Please note:

Members of the MIT community may use SNL Energy data for scholarly, research, and educational purposes. For these purposes, limited, insubstantial portions of data may be excerpted and distributed to third parties, but in no event may you distribute data from this source in a quantity or in a manner that would serve as a substitute for purchase of this content. Any electronic distribution shall include a reasonably conspicuous notice as follows: “SOURCE: SNL FINANCIAL LC. CONTAINS COPYRIGHTED AND TRADE SECRET MATERIAL DISTRIBUTED UNDER LICENSE FROM SNL. FOR RECIPIENT’S INTERNAL USE ONLY,” or similar language.

MIT’s contract for this content specifies the following restrictions:

“Authorized users may not:

  1. Copy, reproduce, modify, distribute, publicly display, use or disclose the Licensed Materials in any manner not expressly authorized herein.
  2. Load the Licensed Materials as any networked configuration that permits or enables access to the Licensed Materials by third parties, whether via the Internet, a network or otherwise.
  3. Allow any third parties to access or view the Licensed Materials, except for authorized excerpting and distribution of limited portions as set forth above.
  4. Distribute any interfaces or software programs comprising the Licensed Materials.
  5. Download data from the Licensed Materials with the intent of using such data as a substitute for purchasing a subscription.
  6. Use the Licensed Materials, directly or indirectly, in competition with SNL.
  7. Use the Licensed Materials as a primary source to create and/or maintain any market indexes that it publishes or distributes to third parties.
  8. Create or maintain a database from or using the information or data from the Licensed Materials.
  9. Infringe or misappropriate the Licensed Materials, or take any action inconsistent with SNL’s ownership of and rights in the Licensed Materials.”

Additional restrictions also apply for certain included content:

  • For information from the CUSIP database: you may not “publish or distribute in any medium the CUSIP Database or any information contained therein or summaries or subsets thereof to any person or entity except in connection with the normal clearing and settlement of security transactions.”
  • For Fitch credit ratings: “Reproduction of the Fitch credit ratings in any form is prohibited except with the prior written permission of Fitch.”

Also note: SNL Energy is not intended for use by walk-in visitors of the library who are not affiliated with MIT.

How to notify us about copyright concerns

The MIT Libraries are highly respectful of intellectual property rights and make every effort to ensure that we have appropriate rights to provide online access to our digital collections. Every effort is made to assess the copyright status of all materials and to ensure that the Libraries’ use is in full compliance with U.S. copyright law. In some instances, however, rights status may be difficult or impossible to determine.

If you are a rights holder and are concerned that you have found material available in MIT Libraries digital collections without your permission, and believe our inclusion of this material violates your rights (e.g. inclusion is not covered by Fair Use or another exemption to a copyright holder’s rights), please contact copyright-lib@mit.edu.

When contacting us, the more information you can supply, the more responsive we can be. It is particularly helpful if you include the following:

  • Your contact information (including email address, postal address, and phone),
  • Exact URL where you found the material,
  • Details that describe the material (title, collection name, number of items, etc.),
  • The reason why you believe that your rights have been violated, with any pertinent documentation,
  • A statement that you in good faith believe that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law, and
  • A statement that the information in your notification is accurate and that you are the rights holder or are authorized to act on behalf of the owner.

Connect to MIT SECURE wireless network

If you’re using the MIT wireless network, you’re probably seeing this message because you’re not connected to the “MIT SECURE” network. Please check the network you’re using, and change it if needed.

Having trouble connecting to MIT SECURE? See IST’s How to connect to MIT SECURE wireless.

If this doesn’t solve the problem, or if you’re not using the MIT wireless network, write to us through our Ask Us service, and we’ll help you troubleshoot. Please include the URL of this error page and information about the specific resource you were trying to access.

Error: Accessing Your Account in Barton via Touchstone

Something didn’t go quite right…

If you’re an MIT user with a Kerberos account

This probably means that you’re very new and we haven’t yet received your information in our daily loads from the MIT data warehouse. This situation is often resolved by the next data load. In the meantime, if you need help making requests or seeing what books you have checked out, or if you still can’t get access after more than a few days, please Ask Us or contact any of the MIT Libraries service desks.

If you’re a user with borrowing privileges but no Kerberos account (BLC, Borrowing Card, spouse/partner, etc.)

This probably means that you haven’t linked your Touchstone Collaboration Account to Your Account in Barton. To remedy this:

  1.  Find the email you were sent from the MIT Libraries with the subject “Barton account registration” and click on the URL in step 2 of the email. The Touchstone Collaboration Account log-in screen should load, and you can sign in with the email and password that you set up earlier. Finishing this process will actively link the two accounts together.
  2. If you can’t find that email, use the Request Access for Your Account form (be sure to indicate that you are having problems), or contact circulation@mit.edu for assistance.