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10 Things Students Should Know about the Health Sciences Library (HSL): Home

Your MUN ID is your library card

1 Your MUN campus ID card is also your library card. Use it to borrow books, access reserve items, and book study rooms. You can also use it for photocopying in the library (see #4 below).

Sample MUN Campus Card for student John Doe.

If you don't have your campus card yet, see Get Your Campus Card for instructions on getting a card in person on campus or requesting it online through

Access library resources from off-campus

3 You can access subscription library resources like databases, e-books, and e-journals from off campus. Log in using your MUN Login username and password.

If you're having trouble, click on the Can't Login link on the MUN Login page.

Find resources

5  ONESEARCH: OneSearch is the main search box on the library homepage. You can use it to find books, articles, and more. Enter your search terms to get a list of results, and then use the options on the left hand side of the screen to refine your results.

HEALTH DATABASES: For most health literature searches, you'll want to seek articles in one of our specialized health databases, such as PubMed. Our subject guides may also be a good place to start.

COURSE RESERVES: For instructions on finding reserve readings, see #8 below.

NEED HELP? For assistance with searching, stop by the Library Services Desk or make an appointment with a librarian.

Get articles or books the Health Sciences Library does not own

7 You can request a book from any Memorial Libraries branch and pick it up at the Health Sciences Library or another preferred branch.

Document Delivery is a FREE service that allows you to request items that Memorial Libraries doesn't own. We will check with other libraries to borrow the item(s). Journal articles will usually be emailed to you as a PDF. For other items, you will receive an email to let you know when the item is ready for you to pick up.

Study spaces and more

9  The Health Sciences Library has both single study rooms and group study rooms available. Book a study room online. For more information, see the HSL Study Room Policy

We also have headphones you can borrow and free earplugs, both available from the Library Services Desk.

Get connected to MUN wireless

2  Memorial students, faculty, and staff may connect to the @Memorial wireless network using your MUN Login username and password. For instructions, see Wi-Fi Networks.wifi icon

Having trouble? If you're a student or faculty member in Medicine, Nursing, or Pharmacy, visit HSIMS (Health Science Information & Media Services) located directly across the hall from the HSL.

If you're not a student or faculty member in Medicine, Nursing, or Pharmacy, visit the Computing Support Desk at The Commons at the QEII Library for assistance with wireless.

Library computers and printing

4  Use your MUN Login to sign into computers in the HSL Commons or the HSL Computer Classrooms.


For a list of printing and photocopying fees, see Printing and Photocopying.

To print, sign into a computer in the HSL Commons using your MUN Login, and send your print job to printer HSLCOMMONQUEUE.

Make sure there are funds available on your MUN Campus Card by using the cash manager machine located next to the Information & Reference Help Desk in the HSL ($1 and $2 coins only) or add money online using a credit card (minimum of $10). 

Pick up your printing in the Print and Copy Room located near the entrance of the Health Sciences Library. Swipe your MUN Campus Card at the print release station and your document(s) will print.

There are also photocopiers in the Print and Copy Room, which you can use by swiping your Campus Card.

Renew your books online

6 Books may be renewed online unless someone else has placed a hold on them.

To renew items, sIgn into OneSearch with your MUN Login username and password. The Sign In link is in the top-right corner of the screen.

Find Course Reserves

8  To access your course reserves list, search for your course or instructor in our online system

We're here to help! Ask us!

10 There are a number of ways to get in touch with us if you have questions or need help.

Phone: 709-864-6070


Chat: Visit our Ask Us page to chat online. 

Need more in depth help? You can always make an appointment with a librarian.

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