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MSU Learning Commons at the Byrnes-Quanbeck Library

The library building contains more than the Byrnes-Quanbeck Library. Other campus entities have their offices within the library, including:

 See also our Library Media and Information Science Program

This minor allows teachers to obtain a library credential and become a school librarian.

Library Hours:

Fall & Spring Semesters

Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, 6:00 p.m. – 10:00p.m.

Summer Hours

Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00PM

Closed Holidays

Library Phone Number:

701-788-4819

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Online Resources provided by the Library

Books and More

Catalogs and databases for books and ebooks

Articles and More

Articles from newspapers, journals, and other periodicals

Multimedia Resources

Find videos, pictures, and other multimedia resources

Online Reference Sources

Online encyclopedias and tutoring services

Resources for Specific Classes

Librarian-designed pathfinders for specific courses

Resources by Division

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Staff

Director of Library Services
Kelly Kornkven, 701-788-4816
kelly.kornkven@mayvillestate.edu

Assistant Director & Technical Services
Aubrey Madler, 701-788-4814
aubrey.madler@mayvillestate.edu

Acquisitions, Interlibrary Loan, & Circulation
Shannon Hofer, 701-788-4815
shannon.hofer@mayvillestate.edu

Periodicals & Interactive Video Network (IVN)
Marjorie Fugleberg, 701-788-4817
marjorie.fugleberg@mayvillestate.edu

Policies

Patrons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Computing policy: Students, faculty and staff of Mayville State University have priority in using the public access computers at the library.

Those who violate the computer policies of either the North Dakota University System or Mayville State University, or who, in the judgment of the library staff, use the library's computer inappropriately will forfeit the right to use any computer in the library.
Click here for the computing policy of the North Dakota University System.

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