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The Media Library has console and PC Gaming stations available for individuals and groups wishing to play games in the Media Library and for studying games.
The UNT Libraries’ makerspace, The Spark, promotes the cooperative and creative use of technology. We provide the UNT community with access to equipment, software, and training that promotes innovative, cross-disciplinary learning.
Need to watch a video while on campus during the school day? Don’t own a Laserdisc player? We have space for you.
Learn about the technical requirements for accessing online articles, databases, and other subscription-based electronic resources via the UNT campus network, at home, or using our wireless networks. This page also notes some resources and policy-based restrictions.
There are printers, scanners, and copiers located throughout the Libraries. This page gives you information about their locations, and other basic information.
The libraries provide a number of different technology & computing related resources for you. This page describes general information about them. Web-based tools used for research, or resource discovery are not discussed here.
The UNT Libraries offers access to a limited supply of laptops to currently enrolled UNT students. Special policies, fines rates, and other guidelines apply. See:
The University of North Texas Libraries maintains community workstations in support of learning and research at University of North Texas.
We offer semester-long checkouts of lockers to Graduate Students in Willis Library.
Contains the Libraries’ non-print, audiovisual collections and interactive, interdisciplinary spaces with strengths in film and gaming. We support the instructional and research needs of the UNT community by providing access to a variety of media formats through both our physical and digital collections.
The Sycamore Library, a branch of the UNT Libraries housed in Sycamore Hall, is home to several physical collections including maps and posters, juvenile materials, government documents, and business, political science, geography, and law materials. Our public spaces offer student computing services as well as group and individual study spaces including two study rooms. Our dedicated full-time staff members and student assistants are available to provide access services and research assistance to patrons from UNT and beyond.
The Frisco Landing Library is the UNT Libraries newest library located on the second floor of the UNT at Frisco campus at 12995 Preston Rd in Frisco, Texas. The library provides resources, services, and spaces in an open library environment that promotes collaboration and supports student learning. Services available include borrowing materials, material delivery, research assistance, course reserves, and library instruction.
The Music Library supports the College of Music and the UNT community in providing outstanding collections of books about music, music journals, printed music, sound recordings from historic through contemporary formats, and music-related electronic databases. Special collections are a particular strength, emphasizing not only the many genres classified under Western art music and jazz, but also popular music and world music. Our dedicated full-time staff members and student assistants are available to provide access services and research assistance to patrons from UNT and beyond.
Collects and preserves rare and unique materials including books, oral histories, university archives, historical manuscripts, maps, microfilm, photographs, art and artifacts. View exhibits and work with our collections both online or in the Sarah T. Hughes Reading Room.