Contains descriptive records for several million items that are available at UNT (physically or online). Includes many material types from books, movies, and music, to more specialized items like government reports and educator resources.
Discover (The New Catalog)
Discover allows you to filter your search results across multiple categories, allowing you to find exactly the item you need. Learn more about the Discover search system.
While searching in the Discover search system is both faster and much more precise, the old catalog is still here if you need it.
Articles & Online Subscription Materials
We subscribe to hundreds of online sources of information, and many provide full-text access to materials. Here are a few suggestions for getting started.
- Find Online Articles - search for full-text, peer-reviewed journal and magazine articles available online.
- Find a Specific Database
Searching for journals can be hit-or-miss as our holdings are constantly changing. These are typically your best options:
- e-Journal Searching -The most up-to-date listings of subscription-based electronic journal holdings. Browse by title or subject; not full-text searchable.
- Journals in the Catalog -Multiple filtering options; not full-text searchable
- Journals in the Digital Collections -Items scanned by UNT or provided by a partnering institution. Full-text search
For Your Course
Do you need research materials for a specific class at UNT? Try these sources.
Find materials targeted to specific courses.
UNT’s Unique Collections & Materials
We maintain a diverse and growing collection of research materials on a broad range of topics, many of which cannot be found anywhere else. Some items are available on campus only, but many are available online. Explore our collections and create something new.
- Archival Finding Aids
- UNT Digital Collections
- Media Library Collections
- Music Library Collections
- Other Special Collections - Selections
- UNT Oral History Program
- The Spark - our Makerspace
U.S. Government, Texas, & Genealogical Resources
The UNT Library is a designated Federal Depository Library, making government publications freely available to the public. We also operate one of the nation’s most comprehensive digital repositories of materials related to Texas History.
- UNT’s Government Information Connection
- Government Documents Digital Collections
- Government Documents Catalog Search
- Portal to Texas History
- Texas Digital Newspaper Program
UNT Scholarship & University Archives
Looking for past works by UNT faculty and students, official publications or records? Start here.
- University Archives Online | Onsite
- UNT Digital Library
- UNT Scholarly Works - our institutional repository of scholarly and creative work by members of the UNT community.
- UNT Theses & Dissertations (Online)
Beyond Our Collections
If we don’t have something you need it can often be requested and delivered using our Interlibrary Loan service. Here are a few tools to help search outside of UNT’s walls.
- Google Scholar
- Other Library Websites
- Digital Public Library of America
- UNT Research and Innovation
Initiatives & Support
Are you a UNT Faculty member, student, or other scholar looking for support with research, dissemination, or archiving of your work? We can help.