Wondering what you can do through the library? Start here.
September 28, 2021
To get a broad overview of our services, we recommend starting with our “Information for” pages, where we’ve tailored information for specific groups, such as international students, instructors, and clinical providers.
We’ve also added some tips below. If you’re still not finding what you need, contact us for help at Ask a Librarian.
Find a space to work
We have a variety of study spaces at library locations across campus.
Some spaces or hours might be limited as we continue to navigate the pandemic.
Need a break? Check out our cafés and rooms for wellbeing.
Get research help
We offer onsite and remote options to help you with your research, including:
- Consultations with a specialist in your subject area
- Help narrowing your topic and finding materials
- How to access archives and other collection materials
- Dissertation formatting and citation management resources
- Funding and grant opportunities
- Finding, using, organizing, mapping, and preserving your data
- Support for building your research profile
- Guidance for sharing and preserving your scholarly work
See Help with Research for more offerings and information.
You can also get started at Ask a Librarian.
Level up your skills
Want to take a workshop, earn a certificate, or learn how to use special equipment or software?
We also offer a variety of drop-in and by-reservation workshops, and courses for university credit. See Library Workshops and Credit Courses.
Access and borrow items
From streaming films and DVDs to music scores and audio recordings, books and audiobooks, newspapers, maps, databases, and archival primary resources, there’s a lot you can access, whether you’re onsite or online.
Learn more at Find, Borrow, and Request.
Check out library events
Our events, which are always free and open to the public, include author and artist talks, bookmaking workshops, manuscript exhibits, and more.
Browse jobs and opportunities
Positions include student fellowships, internships, part-time work, and more.
Sign up for a library newsletter
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