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Utah Asia Campus (UAC) Library Support

A list of frequently-asked-questions and -answers regarding access to library resources and assistance for faculty and students of the University of Utah Asia Campus

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This guide connects Utah Asia Campus students with Marriott Library resources. If you need additional help, please reach out to a member of the UAC Support Team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here is where students at the Utah Asia Campus find answers to common questions about library resources and services. If you need additional assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us!

How do I access electronic resources from off-campus?

Start with the Connect from Off-campus page if you are having trouble connecting.

How do I use Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Services?​

Utah Asia Campus faculty may submit requests for books and other items in print or physical format held in the Marriott Library.  These items will be checked out through the faculty member’s library account and shipped to their home address or the alternative address they specify. Books and other items in print or physical format will be provided only to University of Utah Asia Campus faculty. Students are not eligible for this service.

Utah Asia Campus faculty and students are eligible for electronic delivery of journal articles, books, and book chapters through Interlibrary Loan (materials from other libraries) and Document Delivery (materials from the Marriott Library collection).

These services are available to the faculty at the University of Utah Asia Campus who possess the proper identification and University of Utah credentials. Faculty status will be identified by the University of Utah directory  or the University of Utah Asia Campus Faculty listing

Books and other items in print requested by Utah Asia Campus faculty that are not currently available within the Marriott Library will be purchased if available at a reasonable cost, added to the Marriott Library collection, and then shipped directly to the faculty member requesting the item. No books will be borrowed from other libraries and sent to Korea. Requests will be denied for books that are unavailable or not obtainable for purchase at a reasonable cost.

Materials in the following formats cannot be provided via Interlibrary Loan:

  • Audiovisual materials and multimedia, such as DVD’s, Blu Ray discs, audio CD’s, and computers games
  • Microform materials, such as microfilm and microfiche
  • Periodicals, such as newspapers, journal volumes/issues, and magazines

To submit a request, faculty must register with the Marriott Library’s Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery Services . Faculty are asked to provide their home shipping address at the time of registration. For visual step-by-step instructions of the methods for submitting ILL and Document Delivery requests, please refer to our web page at .

Shipping and Delivery will take between one and four weeks each way.  Estimated shipping costs are between $30.00 and $65.00 (each way). The Marriott Library will pay for delivery and return shipping. In order to return items, please email with a list of titles needing customs clearance. A custom label will be created for faculty use.

Help! I need a librarian consult, or for a librarian to teach a virtual class about library services!

The librarians at Graduate and Undergraduate Services are here for U!

If you are a student, we can connect you with in-depth research support via email or by means of a virtual consult. To set up a meeting, use the Help information to the left or email us directly!

If you are a faculty member, we can also provide virtual support for your class or small groups by teaching a session focused on research strategy, connecting to an evaluating resources, and a variety of other topics -- just fill out the Invite a Librarian to Teach form to let us know how we can help!

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