Library Identification. You must present your I-Card to check out materials. In addition, you should familiarize yourself with the identification codes below for access to various library services:
Borrower Identification Number - the 14-digit Library # [ 20111 … ] above the bar code on your I-card.
NetID and Password - assigned by Campus Information Technologies and Educational Services (CITES); the NetID and
password you use to register for classes. If your Borrower Identification Number is not working, ask a librarian for assistance. If
your NetID and Password are not working, go to CITES Account Services, Room 1420, Digital Computer Lab, 1304 W.
Stacks Access. Please check the website for the specific library you are interested in (see below), or contact a librarian for more information.
Public Computer Terminals. Public computer labs maintained by Instructional Computer Services (ICS) are available in several locations on campus.
Scanning. Scanners are available to the public at Main Library, Undergraduate Library, and Grainger Engineering Library, among others. Please refer to the library computing services page for more information.
Printing. Students and faculty can print from most libraries on campus. Please refer to the Library Computer Services page for more information.
The Online Library Catalog, and I-Share catalog. Use the Online Library Catalog to locate and request UIUC books and journals; review your account; and renew items checked out to you. The CARLI I-Share catalog (can be accessed in the Online Library Catalog) has holdings for UIUC campus libraries and the 71 CARLI (Consortium of Academic & Research Libraries in Illinois) academic libraries throughout Illinois and the Illinois State Library. Items requested via the Online Library Catalog or I-Share catalog can be sent to your office or to the library of your choice for pickup, and you will be notified by email when they arrive.
Other Libraries. There are 38 departmental libraries in the UIUC library system. A complete list of UIUC Libraries, with links to their Web pages, is available online. Other campus libraries with collections especially relevant to biology are: