|Athena, n. or adj.||Capitalize; e.g.: "your Athena account"|
|e- or electronic||Consider audience and whether the concept is familiar. (examples: e-resources, e-reserves)|
|HathiTrust||note capitalization and spacing|
|Lend vs. loan||Lend is a verb; loan is a noun.|
|Libraries'||Libraries' shows the correct possessive plural apostrophe, e.g. "Libraries' web site," "MIT Libraries' policy," etc.|
Always capitalize the word "Libraries" in "the MIT Libraries" or "the Libraries" when MIT Libraries are inferred.
|library, as adj.||Do not capitalize it.|
|library, the||lower-case "the library" even when referring to a particular library|
|log in||As verb: two words|
|login||as noun or adjective: one word.
Ex: "the login screen"
Use "an" as article with "MIT", e.g. "an MIT thesis." (Choose the article based on the way the acronym is pronounced.)Don't include periods in "MIT."
|Services||All units ending in "Services" are treated as singular subject, e.g. "Curation and Preservation Services provides treatment for books, manuscripts, and archival materials."|