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.

Catalog: Books (including ebooks) and other items in UNLV Libraries. Does not search journal articles.

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

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Collaborating With Your Librarian in WebCampus

Direct your students to research help by providing the contact information for their librarian. Your subject librarian, or liaison, has expertise in the resources of your discipline and is a great first point of contact for any question or comment about the Libraries.

Find your liaison librarian and get additional contact information in the Staff Directory.

Ways to Collaborate

There are many ways for you to collaborate with your liaison librarian. Contact them directly for more information. Here are some potential ways liaisons can partner with you:

  • Direct your students to research help by providing the contact information for their liaison librarian. Your subject librarian, or liaison, has expertise in the resources of your discipline and is a great first point of contact for any question or comment about the Libraries. Find your liaison librarian and get additional contact information in the Staff Directory.
  • Creating customized research guides (examples of Class and Subject Guides)
  • Assisting with research assignment design
  • Holding "office hours" within your online course to answer reference questions
  • Participating in a research discussion thread in your WebCampus course
  • Holding virtual or on-site library instructional sessions

How to Add Your Librarian to Your Course

Instructors can submit an online help request to add guests and non-enrolled users to their course(s): WebCampus help request form.​

If you encounter problems using the methods outlined above or if you have additional questions or problems, please contact your liaison librarian for assistance.