Explore our services

Services offered by librarians and other library staff, including: classroom instruction, consultation on copyright issues, poster printing, research consultations, help with specialized software such as citation managers or SPSS, and interlibrary loan.

  • Accessibility

    Interested in how the University's working toward software, web and instructional content accessibility? 

  • Alumni and visitor resources

    View what library resources are available for visitors, alumni, and community members at the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center.

  • Borrowing and requesting materials

    Check-out books, journals, AV equipment, button makers, and lendable tech.

  • Course reserves

    Find and access materials available on course reserve - electronic and on-site. For University faculty, find more information on how to request items for reserves.

  • Data management

    Get help crafting data management plans for grant applications. Learn more about research data management best practices, including how to properly document, store, and share your data.

  • Faculty and Grad study carrels and lockers

    University Faculty, Graduate students, and Emeritus Faculty can reserve study carrels and library lockers on a priority needs basis. 

  • Interlibrary Loan

    Looking to borrow items from the University of Nevada, Reno Libraries or other Libraries?

  • Library instruction support

    Learn about instructional support from librarians, including class support, in-class sessions, and specialty workshops.

  • Library lockers

    Reserve a library locker at the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center or DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library.

  • Schedule a library tour

    Learn more about the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center or the DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library through on-site and virtual tours

  • Poster printing


    Need a poster for a class presentation? Poster printing is available to all University of Nevada, Reno faculty, staff and students.

  • Room reservations


    If you require a meeting or event space and do not see the room you need when following the instructions below for online reservations, please call Library/IT Admin at (775) 682-5684 for assistance. Note that several in-demand spaces such as the Rotunda and the Bible and Keyser Conference rooms must be reserved through the Admin office.

    Reserve a room

  • Scholarly publishing

    Discover what copyright and open access is, rights that both authors and users have, specific exceptions that apply to educational use, copyright licenses, and the public domain.

  • Specialized help sessions

    Schedule a consultation to get help with 3D printing, EndNote, ArcGIS, statistical software, APA style, MLA style, and more.

  • Subject librarians

    Subject librarians have expertise in conducting research within a specific discipline and serve as liaisons to different departments and programs on campus. 

  • Suggest a purchase for the libraries

    Suggest purchase recommendations or requests for books, media, journals, or electronic resources for the University Community.

  • Systematic review services

    Find out more information on Systematic Review Services for University faculty, students, and staff.