Graduate Student Resources
This guide provides more information for graduate students.
Graduate and Undergraduate Services promotes awareness of the benefits of information literacy and assists instructors by providing library instruction and assignment creation assistance, outreach and workshops on research and teaching.
The Knowledge Commons is the main research and technology service center that provides 268 computers and approximately 300 software applications. Both reference and technical help is offered.
Library classrooms can be reserved free of charge. Some rooms offer a full audio-visual suite.
The Knowledge Commons houses an extensive media and streaming media collection and also loans technology devices and computer peripherals.
Get help with copyright and permissions questions related to your teaching materials.
Course reserves staff assist in making electronic and print course-related materials available for students.
Course-specific, subject, and how-to guides with links to specialized library resources and services can be created for your courses.
Library subject specialists provide library instruction and curriculum support, collection building assistance, and develop subject guides.
Check out our calendar of events for upcoming free workshops.
Maintain your rights as a copyright holder and learn about open access and publishing initiatives.
More than 100 online collections are available in the Digital Library Collection.
The Fine Arts & Architecture Library houses specialized art, architecture, music, and resources. It includes a reading room, scanner, video editing station and color printer.
Items not found at the Marriott Library can be requested through a free Interlibrary Loan service.
Request library materials through the library's catalog, and have them delivered to your office.
In-depth research consultations are available to researchers with a specific assignment, topic, or thesis.
Special Collections provides in person and online access to Utah materials, rare and valuable library holdings on a variety of topics.
The Marriott Library utilizes a user-driven collection acquisitions model. Use this online form to suggest a book, subscription, or media purchase to add to our collection.
Add your scholarly work to our archive, USpace, an open access institutional repository.
Learn about your borrowing privileges at the Marriott Library
Most library resources are available to current students, faculty and staff from off campus. Login with your uNID and access research databases, e-journals, and e-books.
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Faculty, staff and students can use select software from any supported computer or device, on or off campus.
Submit the Graduate School's Visiting Scholar Registry form to take full advantage of your time at the U.