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This guide includes general information for important library resources, services, and locations. For in-depth academic research, see the subject guide for your discipline (e.g., anthropology, history, etc.), available at http://guides.library.unlv.edu/
If you have any questions, contact the Circulation Desk at 702-895-2111.
This guide gives advice and instructions for using our online resources and for using Lied Library, UNLV's largest library. Use the tabs on the left to get to this information. We also have several smaller, specialized libraries and research centers that are worth checking out:
Architecture Studies Library (ASL) -- collects resources on the professional field of architecture, building and construction, urban planning, landscape architecture, interior design, and more.
Music Library -- collects research sources, scores, and recordings to support learning about music.
Health Sciences Library -- serves all faculty, staff, students and researchers in UNLV’s health sciences programs – Allied Health Sciences, Community Health Sciences, Dental Medicine, Medicine, and Nursing, as well as other programs that are in clinical or biomedical areas.
Center for Gaming Research -- Located within Lied Library, the Center for Gaming Research is a world-class hub for the scholarly analysis of gambling and gaming issues.
Services for disabled persons
The library works with UNLV’s Disability Resource Center to accommodate reasonable requests for assistance in obtaining, accessing, and making use of library resources, materials and services.