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Virtual Services

Remote computer lab new

If you need access to specialty software or some computing power, we’re now offering a remote computer lab you can access from anywhere. Visit to log in remotely to a Libraries computer from wherever you are. You’ll need to be connected to Miami’s network either by being on campus, or by logging in to Miami’s VPN .

Adobe Creative Cloud licenses for checkout new

You can now check out the Adobe Creative Suite, which includes software like Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, XD, and more, to use on your own computer. You can reserve it just like you would a group study room, and then log in using your Miami ID. Check out an Adobe Creative Cloud license online


WeVideo is a powerful, collaborative, cloud-based video editing platform. Students, faculty, and staff can check out WeVideo licenses for up to one semester at a time. Check out a WeVideo license

Live Chat and Research Consultations Research consultations

Use our live chat service to talk to a Miami University Librarian. They can help you find sources, hone your research, manage citations, and more. You can also schedule an appointment for a more in-depth virtual consultation with a librarian. We’re here to help! Schedule a research consultation

Instructional videos, how-tos, and tutorials

The Libraries have created a number of video walkthroughs on searching for sources, using various databases, managing citations, and more. See our instructional videos

Subject and research guides

Our expert-curated subject and research guides give great overviews on hundreds of topics and fields. Inside, you’ll find “best bet” databases and journals, and collections of resources to guide your research and study. Visit a subject guide

Digital collections

Access thousands of digitized objects across a wide array of subjects. You’ll find photographs, newspapers, manuscripts, videos, documents, and more in our digital collections. Highlights include the Freedom Summer collection, Miami’s Recensio yearbooks, and the Miami Student from 1867-present. Access our digitized collections