RioCat - Print Books Owned by Davis Library and Latest eBooks
Davis Library's Top Floor Circulating Collection - Use RioCat to find print books and other physical materials owned by Davis Library as well as the latest online eBooks through OhioLINK. Look for the "Advanced Search" feature and limit by "Material Type": Select either "BOOK" or "EBOOKS".
Find Just eBooks - Limit Your Search to Online Books
OhioLINK Electronic Book Center. Use and read online books on any device, anywhere, anytime. "Connect" through the title record. Use the "Search This Book" feature to find specific information quickly. See our Find eBooks LibGuide.
OhioLINK Off Campus Access:
1. Choose the "Off Campus" Link.
2. Select Institution: University of Rio Grande & Rio Grande Community College.
3. Enter Your First and Last Name.
4. Your Student ID Number is an "s" followed by your Student ID (Example: s300123456).
5. If you need a Library PIN: It is the last four digits of your Social Security Number (Example: 1234).
To access the delivery service click on “Request”. Follow the prompts.
Generally: It takes 3 to 5 business days for books to be ready for you to pick-up at Davis Library's Circulation Desk.
"Ready" Status in "My Record" from Davis Library's Homepage indicates materials are at Davis Library's Circulation Desk and ready to be picked up. An email saying "Ready" will also be sent.
Students may have books for three weeks and possibly renew the book six times through "My Record". Charges may be levied for overdue or lost books.
SearchOhio is the public library counterpart of the more academic OhioLINK Central Library Catalog. This shows the holdings of large Ohio public libraries. Offers borrowing privileges to OhioLINK users giving them access to millions of popular books, DVDs and CDs.
Use Traditional Interlibrary Loan Services to order books that may take one to two weeks to arrive in Davis Library.
The Internet Archive is a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, they provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public. The mission is to provide Universal Access to All Knowledge.