New e-Books Added Every Month—OhioLINK acquires dozens of e-books every month, so check our catalog frequently to see what’s new. Click a title to start reading. Your MyNDC credentials give you access to thousands of e-books from Safari Books Online as well as scholarly publishers Springer, University of California Press, University of Chicago Press, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Wiley, and Yale University Press.
MyPrint—NDC users can now print from smartphones and laptops over NDCGuest wifi in the library and elsewhere on campus. See instructions for using MyPrint posted over networked printers.
Library Databases—access library databases from home using your MyNDC username and password. Just follow the links under “Find journal articles in LIBRARY DATABASES” above, and use the database of your choice. (If you access them from on-campus, no login is required.)
You don’t need to activate a library account to use databases from off-campus (but you do to request and borrow books).
Your NDC ID Number is your library card number (with an active library account)—If you’re an on-campus student*, use your NDC ID Number (on the front of your NDC student ID card) to request and borrow books through OhioLINK, or to check out books when you visit other OhioLINK member libraries, such as John Carroll, Ursuline, or Cleveland State University.
*Faculty, staff, and online students, find your NDC ID Number by logging in to MyNDC and following the Personal Info link. Your ID number is listed under the Biographical Info tab. (Use the number without the leading zeroes: for example, if MyNDC shows “00000567890”, use “567890” for requesting on the OhioLINK Catalog or accessing your library borrower account.)
|The South Euclid history book is on sale in the library, please stop in for a copy or click here for a printable order form.|
|Notre Dame College Library is a member of ||My Library Account|
— monitor OhioLINK requests and renew checked-out itemsAre you a new NDC student?
— Activate your library account here to borrow books and other items.
*Current students experiencing account issues should contact the library directly.