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Basic Library Information
Using the UI Library from Off Campus
Off Campus Access to the UI Library
Information and tools to help you log in to most library resources from off-campus
Guide to Distance Education
If you are taking classes online or at one of the UI centers, this guide will help you discover how to access library resources without ever stepping into the building!
Helpful Books and Articles
Books and articles on the transfer student experience. Available through the UI Library.
About This Guide
Welcome, transfer students!
This guide is filled with helpful resources to ease your transition
to the University of Idaho.
Drop-in assistance to students enrolled in Statistics 251, 301, and 431. The Statistics Assistance Center is located on the 2nd floor of the UI Library.
Equip yourself for success! Get to know the services, activities and people dedicated to supporting you as a student at the University of Idaho.
Tau Sigma National Honor Society for Transfer Students
The University of Idaho's Tau Sigma Chapter was founded in 2012 and was the first in the State. Contact advisor Debbie Moos (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information.
Drop-in tutoring for undergraduate level courses, plus general support on time management, organization, study skills, note taking, textbook reading, test taking, managing stress, school-life balance, and more
One-on-one assistance to student writers at various stages of the writing process
Search the Library Catalog
Search for books, ebooks, DVDs, and more
Tips for Searching the Library Catalog:
Choose the search scope by selecting either UI Books, Articles, and More (all materials); UI and Summit (items owned by UI and member libraries); or Worldcat (items owned worldwide).
Limiting your search: Start with a basic search and once you find a book that seems to be about your topic, you can use theformat and/or other options located on the left to further narrow your search.
On the Advanced Search page, the year, language, and location (to name a few options) of items can be limited.
Subject headings can be a great way to narrow in on your topic.
Search a Library Database
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Schedule an Appointment
Save time & get help with your research! Submit our online form, and a librarian will contact you to set up an appointment.
College & Subject-Specific Information
When you have chosen your major subject, the following UI Library resources can help!
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