Maki Library Services
Finlandia students, faculty, staff, and former students may request materials from other libraries through Interlibrary Loan. Other borrowers are requested to use their local public library.
- for Books
||- for Periodicals
Materials that students need to use for courses are often put on reserve in the library. These materials are kept behind the desk. A bar coded ID or library card is needed to access them. Most must be used in the library; some, however, may be taken out for varying periods of time.
When you're not in the Library, you may find out what is on reserve for a particular course, by linking to Voyager (http://voyager.nmu.edu/vwebv/searchAdvanced?sk=finu) and clicking on the Course Reserve tab.
Reserve Forms for faculty wishing to place materials on reserve may be obtained in the library or online from the Library Faculty Guide
The staff of the Maki Library is here to help you find needed materials and information as well as to help you enhance your information literacy skills. We can help you identify and locate information from many different sources. We welcome your e-mail questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photocopying, Printing, Scanning, and FAX
A photocopier is available in the library; the charge is 10 cents per page. The copier operates with Finlandia Laundry/Library cards, which may be purchased in Finlandia Hall or the Library.
All the computers for student use are connected to a network printer located at the main desk. Registered students are given several Printer Cards each semester. Each card is good for 64 pages of black and white printing from the computers. Additional cards may be purchased for $2.00. The library also has a networked color printer. Upon request materials may be printed in color. The charge is 50 cents per page.
Faxes may be sent and received at the library; there is a charge for this service.
Maki Library is an accessible facility. Handicapped parking is available in the Library staff parking lot located off Finn Street at the top of Road Street. The library and the parking lot are both on the same level. Restrooms, collections, and stacks are wheelchair accessible. Library staff is available to provide special assistance to anyone who might want it. The library has a Kurzweil Reader available for use.