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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/
Subject librarians specialize in research in the various disciplines taught here at UNLV. Subject librarians can work with you during regular business hours. You can consult with them in person or via phone or email.
Click here for a list of liaison librarians and their contact information.
Subject librarians also maintain online guides with recommendations for research in specific disciplines. These guides can be a great starting point when you are doing in-depth research.
Immediate research help (regular business hour plus "school nights")
Chat: Click here to chat with the library staff (chat icon is on the right of the page).
Don't pay for resources the Library doesn't have -- we'll borrow them from another library
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) allows UNLV students, staff, and faculty to borrow from other libraries if items are not available at UNLV Libraries. Most articles arrive within 24 hours, and books arrive within a week. The Library typically covers all charges for this service.
Details are available here. Contact the Interlibrary Loan Office – tel:702-895-2152
Off-campus access to online sources
Use your ACE account for access to our electronic databases, e-books, and streaming video.
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