Research Links: List of Databases, Course Reserves

Quick Search: Articles, newspapers, books and ebooks, videos and more. Results primarily available online but may also include books available in the library or articles that can be requested for email delivery from ILLiad.
Books: Print and online books available from UNLV Libraries or by ILLiad request.
Articles: Articles from academic journals, magazines and newspapers.

Library Information: Pages on library web site, for example research guides, library policies and procedures, hours and events.

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Renewal Instructions

What is “My Library Card?”

My Library Card (or My Record) is your primary library account, where you view items you have checked out, renew items, view any fines/fees, read messages about your items and account, and more. It does NOT include your interlibrary loan items.  And it does NOT authenticate you for Off Campus Access.  But you can:

  • Set preferences for your current and future sessions so that they reflect the way you usually search, and save them for future sessions.
  • Add items you found permanently to your Favorites for future use.
  • Use library services such as requesting or recalling items
  • Renew eligible items

To login to My Library Card:

Go to the library home page and click on “My Account” in the left hand navigation or go to the Quick Search (catalog/database search) directly. Click on "Sign-In" at the top of any page and click until login box pops up 

  • UNLV students, faculty and staff:  login with ACE username and password
  • Other Southern NSHE users:   (CSN, NSC, DRI, UNLV Law) – Please login with at your home institution page to order materials from UNLV and monitor your activity at all locations.
  • Public/Community Borrowers: (P12 Teachers, UNLV Alumni Paid Members, Public borrowers, etc.)  Please contact the Lied Circulation Desk for your password and login information.

The system will block renewal if:

  • Your library card has expired.
  • You have overdue books.
  • You owe money to the library.
  • Your book is on "hold" for another patron.
  • You have already renewed a book the maximum number of times allowed.
  • It is too soon to renew.

 

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