The Libraries are open, but our fall semester hours have changed. Check the department website (or call) for availability of specific services and resources. For the safety of all users, face coverings must be worn in the building at all times.
Knowledge Center @One Students Studying 2-12-09. Flickr
Eventually all students, staff and faculty must convert their knowledge and ideas into a presentable format, whether it be digital, video, audio or on paper. The @One Service Desk is the premier help center on campus, with employees trained to assist with the most popular production and presentation software and tools. There is also support for simple NetID and wireless issues, one on one tutoring for some software titles, as well as a non-profit poster printing service. If you’d like your work to be presented in any format, visit the @One Service Desk for a free consultation.
Welcome to graduate student life at the University of Nevada, Reno! We at the Libraries recognize that the transition to graduate student & apprentice scholar is a significant one. We have resources to help you make those shifts as student, scholar, and instructor.
This guide is a work in progress, so please check back over the course of the semester as new needs arise.
If there's information you'd like to see on this guide, please use the comments option below, or contact your library liaison directly.
Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center (KC) The Knowledge Center combines the best of traditional library resources with new digital and multimedia technologies. This pioneering information environment is designed to nurture creativity and stimulate intellectual inquiry.
DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library is located in the Mackay Mines Building at the North end of the Quad, behind the Macky statue. On four floors, it houses library materials in the fields of earth sciences, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, geological, mechanical, metallurgical, and mining engineering, chemistry, physics and computer science. The library has many other things including the 3D printer, whiteboard walls, study space, computers, DataWorks South Lab, poster printing, a Map library and much more.
Basque Library fulfills the needs of the Center for Basque Studies. It acquires, and supplies researchers and academics in the field of Basque Studies all necessary documentation and information, regardless of format. It also offers services and information that facilitate researchers´ work. The library is located on the third floor of the See campus map
Savitt Medical Library is the only academic medical library in the state and its primary focus for resources and services is the School of Medicine's students, resident physicians, faculty, staff and its many programs. The library also serves many constituencies in Nevada, under our designation by the National Library of Medicine as the Resource Library for health information in Nevada.
The Nell J Redfield Learning and Resource Center (LRC), provides a variety of resources to educators, university students, teachers, and counselors. The services provided include instructional support and curriculum enrichment. Students and faculty at the university, as well as teachers, administrators, and counselors in surrounding school districts, are invited to use the center's resources.
You are encouraged to contact the librarians who serve as Subject Liaison Librarians for your discipline to discuss library holdings or library instructional services, or to seek assistance in any matter regarding library information resources or services. If your discipline or department is not listed or if you are unable to reach the Subject Specialist, please contact Maggie Ressel