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Need Help? - Reference Service

We are available to answer your questions about the collections, services and the catalog. We are able to assist you in your documentary searches. You may contact us by:

Email: biblio@polymtl.ca
Phone: (514) 340-4711 poste 4665
In person: Pavillon Pierre-Lassonde

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Do I need a library card to borrow documents?

You only need to validate your Polytechnique student ID card or employee card at the library. Afterwards, you can borrow documents from our library or any of the campus libraries (UdeM, HEC).
Borrowing Documents

Last updated: October 21, 2013

How do I access the library’s e-resources from off-campus?

You can consult the library catalogue from anywhere without any restrictions. However, you must configure your browser with Polytechnique proxy settings in order to access the numerous electronic resources, to which the library subscribes.

Off-Campus Access to E-Resources

Last updated: October 21, 2013

How do I borrow a document from Course Reserve collection?

Course reserve material are located behind the Circulation Desk. You must leave your student ID card, when you borrow these documents. Course Reserve items are available only for in-library use.
Search the Course Reserve

Last updated: October 21, 2013

How do I suggest a book for purchase by the library?

Your book purchase suggestions are greatly valued by the library, as they allow us to better serve all our client’s needs. You can send us your book title suggestions by filling out this electronic form.

Last updated: October 21, 2013

How do I add a book to the Course Reserve collection?

Polytechnique professors and lecturers can have any book owned by the library added to their individual Course Reserve list of items. The library places the requested books behind the Circulation Desk in the “Réserve” collection. Students can only borrow Course Reserve materials for in-library use and for a four (4) hour loan period. By doing this, you can avoid students monopolizing essential books for the whole school semester.

Last updated: October 21, 2013