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Feedback on our new Library Search!

We would love your feedback on our new library search experience! We have updated our search system in order to improve your experience locating library resources  What is different?   While we used to have three separate systems, now we have just one! The library catalog and the journals and newspaper searches have been consolidated […]

Open Educational Resources Grant

Our receipt of this $80,000 grant has been featured in the Portland Press Herald. Log in with your UNE access. We are excited to announce that UNE has been awarded a grant to advance campus-wide open educational resources (OER) initiatives over the next three years. The $80,000 grant was received from the Davis Educational Foundation […]

MaineCat Services Paused

MaineCat delivery will be unavailable beginning in June for needed system updates. You can still request materials from other libraries using UNE Interlibrary Loan. We expect services to resume in September, 2024. Public libraries offer lending services, too, so if you love MaineCat, now’s the perfect time to visit your local public library! Find a […]

Your Vote 2024

Primary Election Day: Maine voters will vote in Republican Primaries in Congressional Districts 1 and 2 and primaries for the Maine State House and Senate. In many communities, there are also school referendum validation votes, local races for municipal offices, and referendums, including school construction projects. General Election Day: Maine voters will elect the President, […]

Library Services for New Alumni

Congratulations to UNE’s 2024 graduating classes! The library is here to support you in your next steps with access to our physical collections & research services. Please note that access to our online subscritption services, including databases, is limited to current UNE students, faculty and staff. We are able to offer recently graduated students a […]

Light and Shadow: Motherhood, Creativity, and the Discourse of Ability

Opening reception for Light and Shadow

May 31, 2024

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Biddeford Campus Art Gallery

Including the work of five artists and text by art historian Virginia Rose, “Light and Shadow” highlights the creative practices of artists who are also mothers of children with developmental or physical differences. The exhibit focuses on creative processes as part of the family dynamic, specifically related to women’s experiences as artist-parents, in the context […]

New Library Scuttle

We have a new issue of our newsletter to let you know about the goings on in the library. This publication features resources to help you in your studies, cool things from our collections and archives, as well as library news and events. Find the latest issue in restroom stalls on both campuses, or see […]

New Maine State Park Pass

We now have a 2024 Maine State Park pass available to borrow at each campus library! The passes will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis and can be borrowed for 3 days at a time and are valid at participating Maine State Parks, which include local parks such as: Enjoy Maine’s best at no […]

We Have What You Need (Probably)

In addition to textbooks, we also have chargers, bones, games and so much more for you to borrow while studying! Here is a full list of things which can be borrowed on each campus. These items are available for 2 hours at a time, and can be renewed so long as there is no wait […]

Need Help?

Confused by a citation? Need help finding the right source? Need to know if something is peer reviewed? Have general questions about your research assignments? Research and teaching librarians are here to help you with these questions and more. How to Contact Us The Research and Teaching Team Find your subject librarian and meet our […]