A guide for instructors of online or off-campus courses through Online and Continuing Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
A guide for students enrolled in online or off-campus courses through Online and Continuing Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Library services available for alumni of the University of Illinois.
A quick guide to getting started using the University of Illinois Libraries.
Guide to finding materials that were published before 1978 using the paper card catalog.
Information on Circulation & Oak Street policies
Information about and links to the various classification systems used in the library.
How to obtain a card for borrowing physical materials from the library. Includes information about who can obtain a card as well as borrowing privileges.
Help creating persistent links directly to articles from various library databases and resources.
This guide helps you locate dissertations from both the University of Illinois and other universities. Also covers how to stay current with dissertations in your field.
Valuable tips for taking the library with you when you are away from campus, especially distance education students. Includes frequently asked questions for distant users as well as how to get library materials to you.
This page details the Library's DocExpress service, which allows you to pay a fee and have library materials copied and brought to you (for a fee).
Unable to access library electronic resources? This page will help you troubleshoot or tell you when and who to contact for assistance.
Resources relating to the Ethnography of the University project detailing the history and ephemera of the University of Illinois.
This page presents several options for sending and receiving faxes without a fax machine. The library does not provide a fax machine for patron use, so it is recommended patrons use the following services.
How to set up your Google account to link directly to he library when searching with Google Scholar.
Portal on how to utilize and find government information through the University of Illinois.
Details methods, controversies, and resources to determine article and journal impact factors and rankings.
Explains what is government information, what resources are available, and links to further resources.
This page links to Libguides that concern areas of interest to Research & Scholarly Services users.
Frequently asked questions about the library and its services.
An online glossary of terms that librarians frequently used and are used throughout the library's website.
This resource helps users in figuring out what link to use when creating links within resources.
Information on finding and using numeric and spatial data (& statistics)
Features information as to what is a primary source and how to find them at the University of Illinois Library. Features links to various primary source material resources online.
How to get a Research Assistant set up as a proxy user on a faculty member's library account. Includes checking out materials, photocopying, and other issues.
Guide to using both the flatbed and Book 2 Net scanners in the Reading Room.
Information on locating and using government information from the federal government.
How to connect and use the wireless Internet in the Library, for both those with a University of Illinois NetID and visitors.