Library Resource Questions

To log in to library resources, enter your first and last name, your Library Card #, and your PIN (if you have already created one). You will enter this information when signing into Avalon, MOBIUS, or OverDrive.

Your Library Card #, or Library Account ID, is a variation of your MACC ID number plus your campus code. Your Library Card # must be eight digits long. Since your MACC ID # is less than eight digits, you will add zeros before your MACC student ID number and add MACC (upper or lowercase).

Example: 00123456MACC.

If your ID is 5 digits, you will need to add three zeros. If your ID has 6 digits, you will add two zeros and if your ID has 7 digits, you will only need to add one zero.

If you have never logged in before, then leave the PIN field blank and click “Submit.” You will then be prompted to create a PIN. If you have forgotten your PIN, click “Forgot PIN?” at the bottom of the login page or contact the LARC to reset it.

Avalon is the name of the MOBIUS cluster that MACC belongs to. You must log in to Avalon to access articles and eBooks in our databases.

The first time you log in to Avalon, you will leave the PIN box blank and hit submit after you have entered your name and Library ID number. The system will then prompt you to create a PIN. If you have forgotten your PIN, click “Forgot PIN?” at the bottom of the login page or contact the LARC to reset it.

Your Library Card #, or Library Account ID, is a variation of your MACC ID number plus your campus code. Your Library Card # must be eight digits long. Since your MACC ID # is less than eight digits, you will add zeros before your MACC student ID number and add MACC (upper or lowercase).

Example:
00123456MACC.

If your ID is 5 digits, you will need to add three zeros. If your ID has 6 digits, you will add two zeros and if your ID has 7 digits, you will only need to add one zero.

EBSCO houses all of the library’s online databases. Use EBSCO to access Academic Search Complete, CINAHL, and our other databases. Click here to access our databases.

Luckily the library already pays for access to these types of articles in the library databases! You can access the databases from our library resources page by clicking on “Search MACC Library Resources.” Then search the EDS tab to access our databases. After your initial search, you can check “Academic Journals” to limit your search to scholarly articles only.

If you would like to select a specific database to search, select it under “Content Provider.” We have subject-specific databases for programs like nursing (CINAHL) and education (ERIC).

When searching for articles, select the box by “Full Text” on the left side of the screen. Selecting this box will increase the chance the articles shown will be immediately available to you. If you have trouble accessing an article, please email larchelp@macc.edu or contact 660-263-4100 ext. 11210.

If MACC does not have access to a full-text article in our databases, you can request the article through inter-library loan. After you complete an interlibrary loan request, a notice is sent to the library. If another member library has the item you have requested, you will receive an email with an attached PDF of your request. It may take several days for a request to be filled, and not all requests are fillable.

Checking out books at the LARC is easy. Once you find a book, bring it to the circulation desk along with your student ID card. If you need help finding or requesting a book, please ask us. We would love to help you!

Each MACC LARC location has a few general education textbooks on reserve for student use. Textbooks are not allowed to leave the LARC and students must present their MACC student ID. If you have questions about textbooks on reserve, please email larchelp@macc.edu or call 660-263-4100 ext. 11210.

Students can access eBooks through the library catalog, databases, or OverDrive. Some eBooks are available immediately by PDF. If an eBook does not list MACC as a login option, the eBook will not be available to students. If you are having trouble accessing an eBook, please email larchelp@macc.edu or contact 660-263-4100 ext. 11210. For help with eTextbooks, please contact Instructional Technology at int@macc.edu.

OverDrive is an online collection of eBooks and audiobooks. You can access OverDrive from a phone or tablet with the Libby app or in a web browser. Books can be checked out for 7,14, or 21 days and will be returned automatically at the end of the check-out period. Some items are available immediately, while others have a waitlist. If an item is unavailable, you can place a hold on it to be added to the waitlist and will be notified when it is available.

You will use the same PIN and Library Card # to login to OverDrive as you do for Avalon. If you do not already have a PIN, you must first create your PIN in Avalon before you log in to OverDrive. Click here for instructions for logging in to Avalon.

Students can request books through the MACC Library Resources catalog tab or through MOBIUS. You will be able to select the most convenient MACC location to pick up your books. You will receive an email when the books arrive at the Moberly location, so please allow a few more days for them to arrive at another MACC location. If you need help finding or requesting a book, please email larchelp@macc.edu or call 660-263-4100 ext. 11210.

MOBIUS is a consortium of academic libraries and public libraries in the states of Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, Colorado, and Oklahoma. MOBIUS allows students to request books, DVDs, and audiobook CDs from other member libraries at no charge. There are millions of items in the MOBIUS catalog that you can request. Once you request an item from the MOBIUS catalog, it is sent to the Moberly LARC first. If you requested the item be delivered to another MACC location, it will be sent from Moberly to the location selected.

Depending on the location the book is coming from, it can take a week or more to arrive. Students will need to plan ahead if requesting items through MOBIUS.

Faculty can check out DVDs owned by MACC to use in class. Students cannot check out MACC DVDs to take home, but they can watch them in the LARC. Students, faculty, and staff are free to request DVDs through MOBIUS. The check-out period is 10 days and is non-renewable.

Students are allowed to check out up to 10 books for a period of 28 days. Books and audiobooks can be renewed up to two times, if the item is not on hold for another patron. DVDs are checked out for 10 days and are not renewable.

You may renew books up to 2 times, if no one else has requested the book. To renew a book, log in to your Avalon account, click on “Checkouts,” and check the renew box. Then select “Renew All” or “Renew Selected Items.” You can also contact the library at larchelp@macc.edu or call 660-263-4100 ext. 11210 and a LARC staff member can help.

If your materials are overdue, you will receive an email notice to your student email (Outlook account). A hold will be placed on your account until the items are returned. A hold on your account will prevent you from checking out new items, enrolling in classes, or requesting a transcript.

If you have not returned the overdue item after 3 notices, a charge will be added to your student account ($120 each for MOBIUS items, $25 each for MACC items). All holds and charges will be removed when the item is returned in good condition. If you are unable to return an item or it is damaged, please email larchelp@macc.edu or contact the library at 660-263-4100 ext. 11210. We will work with you and the MOBIUS lending library to see if a replacement copy can be purchased at a reduced price.

We know that sometimes things happen that prevent you from returning your items on time. We generally don’t charge any late fees for books returned in good condition in a timely manner.

The LARC sends all notices to your MACC student email address (not through Canvas). Please check your student email regularly.

1981-82 National Championship Women's Basketball Team

Coach Dick Halterman
Coach John Cochran
Ball Boy – Troy Halterman
Eleanor Carr
Rochelle McKenzie
Brenna Kelly
Carmela McMullen
Tammy Harryman
Janet Thompson
Kim Cooley
Lisa Brown
Georgia Hinson
Kathy Schulz
Denise Derrieux
Margrett Bassett
Jackie Glosson
Marion Fitzsimmons
Manager – Debbie Brown
Manager – John Peveler

1980-1981 Women's Basketball Team

Coach Dick Halterman
Coach John Cochran 
Sandy Moore
Pat Seger Zeitlow
Lisa Linathcum Holt
Patty Rapp Thorne
Renne Skaggs Brown
Vickie Crigler
Elenaor Carr
Rochelle McKenzie
Sheri Sills Schneider
Sara Figg Gillilan
Manager Roxie Robinson
Manager Debbie Brown

1977-78 Women’s Team

Coach Joyce Campbell
Assistant Coach Steve Hunter
Mary Smiley Wohlford
Linda Connor Seidt
Robin Fitzsimmons Trammell
Janet Jackson
Debbie Stith Head
Kristie Richards Musick
Donna Farris David
Brenda Rucker
Neal Head, trainer
Cara Sue Bowden Cockerham, manager