Services for Online & Off Campus Students
Studying away from campus? No problem – we can support your learning with our online resources and research services.
- Online Resources
- The vast majority of our books, articles, videos and other resources are available online. Search from the library homepage or select from one of our research databases.
- If you aren’t sure where to start, choose your program, major or subject from our Research by Subject Guides for recommended databases, books, journals, websites and more.
- Log in to online resources using your UNE Nor’Easter Login and password.
- Interlibrary Loan
- If we do not have what you are looking for, you can request a free copy of articles and book chapters using UNE Interlibrary Loan.
- Print Books
- Your local public library can be a good resource for books which are not available online. If they do not have what you need, ask them about interlibrary loan services. If you prefer, we will mail print books that UNE owns with the understanding that you are responsible for returning them by the due date, using UPS or registered mail, and with insurance covering the full replacement cost. Books borrowed from another library can’t be sent off-campus. Contact Collections Librarian Kate Harold for details.
- Search WorldCat, the world’s largest network of library content and services, to find books near you. Enter your zip code to see local libraries that have a copy of the books you need. Library borrowing policies vary; we recommend that you contact the library before traveling to borrow an item
- Master the Research Process
- Getting Started will guide you through the steps in the research process from choosing a topic, finding and evaluating sources, and writing, citing and organzing your paper.
- Individual Research Help
- Research and Teaching Librarians can help you with:
- Contact Us
- Research and Teaching Librarians are available to help you – contact your subject librarian for assistance by phone, email, Zoom or another remote technology.
UNE’s Student Academic Success Center can help you with grammar, writing style, drafting, revision, polishing your work.
Questions & Help
If you have questions on this, or another, topic, contact a librarian for help!