Search for books, journals/magazines, media, and other items from the library collection using the PML online catalog.
Find resources for your research and download items for your use. Databases provide access to journal articles and other resources, often provided in full-text.
Locate (Browse) journals alphabetically by title. You can also search for journals that relate to specific subject areas or use an advanced search to find journals.
Locate journal articles using a citation search. Fill in the form with the journal title, article title, author, and/or publication date to see if you can access the article electronically.
Advanced keyword search allows you to search the online library catalog more accurately and specifically by type of material, location, date, language, year, and other characteristics [author, title, subject, etc.).
Purchase requests may be submitted by completing the Library's Purchase Recommendation Form.
Need materials not found in the Library? Order materials from other libraries through interlibrary loan’s ILLiad (ILL fulfillment software). First time users will need to register -- registered users login using your UT Martin portal of email logon and passwords.
Manage your library activities with My Account. Here you can review materials currently checked out in your name, renew PML borrowed materials online, save specific searches (as a preferred search) for future use, and create re-usable lists.
Costs of library fines/fees, printing, and purchase of consumable resources (from the Rogers Media Center), must be paid using a Skyhawk Silver card, community borrowers card, or a Valuport card. Library employees cannot make change, so please remember to bring dollar bills to add money onsite to your card.
All Educational Outreach students are able to borrow materials from the Martin campus Library (Paul Meek Library). Materials will be shipped to the nearest Center library (Jackson, Parsons, Ripley, or Selmer). Online students, located at least 30 miles from one of the center locations, can request that materials be mailed directly to their residence.