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The Library Supports You!

The Earl K. Long Library has a variety of resources and services specially designed to support dual enrolled students at the University of New Orleans. The librarians at Earl K. Long Library are available to provide personalized research assistance and to partner with teaching faculty in providing instruction on the use of library resources.

Tools On Your Desktop

  • Books
    Search the library's online catalog to see which books, journals, magazines, newspapers, CDs, videos and other material the UNO Library owns. Request needed titles through our InterLibrary Loan Service. The Library will mail books to UNO distance learners.
  • E-books – Available 24/7
    The library provides access to over 139,000 electronic book titles in all academic disciplines through the library’s online catalog. To limit your search to filter out print materials, select 'Electronic Book' in the Material Type field. 
  • Articles
    • Full Text Databases - You can search for and retrieve many full-text articles from scholarly journals, popular magazines and selected newspapers
    • E-journals - The library subscribes to AtoZ which allows you to search the library's online journals.
      These e-journals can also be accessed by searching the library's online catalog
  • Subject Guides
    UNO librarians maintain web pages listing helpful electronic and print resources in different subject areas.

Interlibrary Loan

UNO Library doesn't own the research materials you need? No problem!

Interlibrary Loan is a service that allows libraries to borrow materials from each other. Visit our ILLiad site to set up your account and start submitting requests. Journal articles and book chapters will be delivered in .pdf format to your ILLiad account. Returnable materials (books, DVDs, CDs, etc.) can be picked up from the Library. Please remember to return materials by their due dates!

For Interlibrary Loan questions, please contact:
Jaime McSkimming

Ask A Librarian--Get Help

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