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ACPHS Library Services: Find Books

How to Find Books

Library Catalog - use to find books, e-books, journals, DVDs, and other materials in our collection.

E-books collections - use to find  digital books in our collection and freely available on the Web.

Local libraries - see which libraries you can borrow from directly.

WorldCat - use to search for books and other materials in libraries worldwide.

ILLiad - use to request a book that is not in our collection.

My Library Account

Log In (log in option is at the top of the screen)

First time users

How to renew materials

How to place holds

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Borrowing from Other Libraries

Direct Access Program (Albany)

Albany students, faculy, and staff may borrow from other libraries in New York's Capital District. The Direct Access Program (DAP) allows our library users in good standing to borrow materials directly from participating libraries throughout the region.

You must have a DAP card to borrow from participating libraries. Cards are issued at the Lewis Library Services Desk Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.

Some libraries will only lend to certain groups, such as faculty or graduate students. Please be sure to check in advance. You are responsible for abiding by the rules and regulations of each of the libraries from which you borrow.

Click here for more information on DAP, including a list of participating libraries and their lending levels.


Albany Medical College (Albany)

AMC's Schaffer Library of Health Sciences allows the public to use their library from 8 am to 6pm, Monday-Friday. Only AMC employees and students are allowed to access the College's facilities after 6pm. This includes the library. Albany campus students, faculty, and staff have borrowing privileges. They may check out up to 2 books at a time with their ACPHS ID.

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Durick Library at St. Michael's College (Vermont)

With a valid ACPHS picture ID, Vermont campus faculty, students, and staff may borrow books (limit of 10 at a time), use the library facilities, and access certain online databases for limited amounts of time.

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