Services and Resources for Graduate Students
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We recognize that graduate students have needs that are different from other members of the UNT community. On this page we’ve gathered a few links to some of the most used services, policies, and informational pages relevant to graduate students to speed you along your way.
Borrowing & Requesting
- Check out Materials books, media, music, etc.
- Circulation Policies lending, fines, reserves
- Interlibrary Loan delivery of materials from other institutions
- The Spark cameras, prototyping, small electronics and other technical equipment
- Laptops for Checkout
- TexShare using other institutions’ collections
- New Free Online Resource Recommendation (Form)
- New Purchase Request/Recommendation (Form)
Finding Research Materials
The libraries provide you with access to hundreds of databases, a catalog containing millions of items, as well as unique digital and special collections for research with primary source materials. An extensive annotated listing of searchable research tools is available from the main “research” page, linked in the top-most black bar of every library webpage.
Need a few suggestions?
- Article Searching Advanced
- Advanced Catalog Search books, government documents, music, media & more
- UNT Digital Collections Thesis/Dissertations, Gov. Documents, Archival Papers, Film, Music, and more (online)
- UNT Special Collections University Archives, Rare & Unique Collections from the Southwest and beyond. Some online, some with restricted physical access
- Ask Us email, phone, or schedule research appointment
- Subject Librarians librarians who specialize in your subject area
- Research Support Services Department
- Scholarly Communication
- Research Data Management
- Copyright Advisory Services
- Digital Scholarship
- Graduate Writing Help
In addition to instruction sessions, the Libraries offer a variety of instructional videos. Videos help students learn how to effectively do research and use the many Libraries’ resources available to them.
Videos are housed on Microsoft Stream and can easily be embedded in your Canvas course. To view the video or channel, you may be asked to complete the following steps:
- Sign into Microsoft Stream: www.microsoftstream.com OR use the Instructional Videos link.
- Use your UNT email and password to log into Stream. Follow the prompts for sign in.
- Click on a video or channel you would like to view.
- You can also search for videos by their titles or by using the search feature in Stream.
- #hashtags (in the video descriptions) can also be used to view similar videos
- To embed a video, find the share icon and copy the embed code.
- If you have any trouble accessing the videos, please contact email@example.com for assistance.
Please note that at this time, videos are only available to individuals with EUIDs and requires ALL viewers to log in to view videos.
If you are looking a video on a topic not listed on Stream, please reach out to Meranda Roy, Online Learning Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to work with you to find what you need for your class.
- Basic & Advanced Library Research
- Literature Review Process
- Citations & Style Guides - for academic writing
- RefWorks - a reference manager
- Increase Your Scholarly Impact
- Scholarly Writing Guide
Printing & Reproduction
- Printing, Scanning, Photocopies
- The Spark - 3D printing, scanning, and replication services
- Policies related to Photocopies, Copyright, etc.
- Request Reproduction & Digitization Request for Special Collections Materials
- Request to License Special Collections Materials