Use your MtA username & password (same as Connect and your email)
Use your MtA email address & same password as for Connect and your email
Don't know your ID or PIN? Have questions? Email email@example.com
Get help with borrowing and renewing library materials, course reserves, interlibrary loans, account information, room bookings, printing, and more!
|Renew books online: My Library Account|
Get librarian reference and research assistance to help you find the information and resources you need
|Library Research Helpfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Music Research Helpemail@example.com|
Ask a Librarian chat service
By your subject librarian: email, phone or "Request appointment"
► Anne LePage | 506-364-2691
Religious Studies | Philosophy | Japanese and Spanish Language & Literature
► Christine LeBlanc | 506-364-2386 | Request appointment
Canadian Studies | French Language & Literature | German Literature | History | Indigenous Studies | Linguistics | Military & Naval Sciences | Rare Books & Special Collections | Women's & Gender Studies
► David Mawhinney | 506-364-2563
University Archives: Mount Allison historical records, selected local community records
► Elizabeth Millar | 506-364-2386
(on sabbatical leave until July 1, 2023)
► Elizabeth Stregger | 506-364-2610 | Request appointment
Data and Digital Services | Science of Aviation | Math, Computer Science, and Physics (by appointment)
► Gavin Goodwin | 506-364-2561 | Request appointment
Music | Fine Arts | English | Drama & Screen Studies | Classics | Visual & Material Culture | Museum & Curatorial Studies
► Jeff Lilburn | 506-364-2237
► Laura Landon | 506-364-2572 | Request appointment
Commerce | Business of Aviation | Economics | Environmental Studies | Geography | Government Information | Politics & International Relations | Law | Sociology
► Steve Geier | Request appointment
Biology | Biochemistry | Chemistry | Health Studies | Psychology | Zotero Help | Open Access
Want to know more about the Library of Congress Classification System? See the Understanding Call Numbers section of the Research Tips page.
The Mount Allison libraries and post-secondary libraries in Nova Scotia provide an online help service, Novanet Live Help.
This service is for simple questions only (e.g. “Where is this book located?” or “How do I access the full text of this article?”). For more complex questions, please use the Ask a Librarian chat reference service or contact a librarian directly (see above for details).
The University Archives makes available for research purposes the historical records of Mount Allison institutions and selected records from the local community such as: annual reports, academic calendars, minutes of meetings, correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, maps, and architectural records.
Contact: 506-364-2563 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Floor 3 of the R.P. Bell Library