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Welcome to the U
Below are some tips on library services to get you started at the U.
Did you know that you have a librarian who specializes in your major and/or discipline? Each librarian has a subject specialty.
Check these out! These workshops will help you be successful in your student work and your professional career!
Materials that your professors want you to read but not necessarily purchase are available on Course Reserves. Check out this handy guide to understand how to find these using the library catalog.
ARC: Automatic Retrieval Center
The Automated Retrieval Center or "ARC" is a large storage facility where older and less used materials are stored in order to make room for newer materials and expanding services. Robots are used to retrieve and shelve materials stored in the ARC.
You can check out, renew, or recall an item that someone else has.
Free service! Items not found at the Marriott Library will be requested from another library through Interlibrary Loan. In most instances books are available within 1 to 2 weeks and photocopies of articles can be provided as quickly as 24-48 hours
Place requests online and pick up materials at your convenience. Request service is processed Monday through Friday, 9 am - 4 pm. No requests are processed on Saturday and Sunday.
Library maps will help you find services and resources in the Marriott Library.
If you have additional questions, please contact Allyson Mower, our scholarly communications & copyright librarian.
EndNote remains the favored, time-saving solution for organizing references and creating instant bibliographies. Check out this library guide for more information. http://campusguides.lib.utah.edu/Endnote
Zotero (pronounced "zoh-TAIR-oh") is a Firefox add-on that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It can also be downloaded as a standalone program that connects with Safari or Chrome.
Using Software Remotely
This pilot project, funded by the University of Utah, allows students, staff, and faculty to use select software from any supported computer or device, on or off campus. There are a limited number of users; if you are unable to log in, please try again later. Please contact us with any questions or feedback, as we are actively improving this service.