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All electronic books are searchable by title in the catalog.
Having trouble accessing an e-book? Are you not able to access all the pages in NetLibrary or another e-book repository? Try downloading the plugin DjVu Reader. Many users who have reported initial problems accessing e-books from our collections have been able to resolve them by using DjVu Reader.
Cornell University Library offers a free service that obtains books and/or provides copies of articles from other libraries. Requests are made using the electronic forms found in the Cornell University Library Catalog by clicking on the “Borrow Direct or Worldcat Libraries” button in the item’s record or via the Library website listed under Library Services>Borrowing and Delivery. These services require extra time to locate and receive the books, etc. Please speak with a library staff member if you need assistance.
NOTE: Borrow Direct is usually able to obtain books more quickly than interlibrary loan and must be used instead of interlibrary loan if there is an item available through Borrow Direct.
The Management Library has information on course reserves for Johnson School classes as well as information available at the circulation desk.
The Library Catalog has links to course reserves for other Cornell classes.
For information about your library account, select the My Account link in the menu of the Management Library website. Any questions that you have about your account can be directed in person to the circulation staff in the library, by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone (607-255-3389).
There are study carrels on both floors of the library. 24-hour access to the Marin Reading Room (restricted to Johnson School students) is available via the second floor hallway door across from the Help Desk. Access to the third floor is available via the hallway by the PhD offices.
Search the Library Catalog using the Advanced Search option and limit the Format to the type that you want.
Non-Cornell individuals may borrow Cornell materials through Interlibrary Loan. To initiate this process, individuals should contact the reference staff at the academic or local public library with which they are affiliated.
Cornell dissertations may be purchased from University Microfilms International (UMI). Unbound photocopies of older dissertations not available through UMI may be purchased through Cornell's Interlibrary Loan department.
You can either go to the holding library to check out the book or you may request to have the book delivered to the Management Library by clicking the “Request Item” link in the catalog record and selecting the options to have the book delivered.
Search the Library Catalog for the particular book. The catalog record will indicate which campus libraries hold that book. Some books will be part of the collections of several libraries on campus.
For example, if you want to see if the Cornell library has Dale Carnegie’s classic book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, simply type in the title of the book into the search box. You'll see that this publication is available in several editions and languages at various Cornell libraries.