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Your Library Accounts
Ordering books and journal articles via Interlibrary Loan is free and generally fairly quick.
Access My Account
Use to renew items and view status of requests placed through the Online Library Catalog. Can also mark items as favorites and save searches.
Suggest a Purchase
Use this link to suggest a title to add to the University Library's collection.
Suggest A Purchase
Instructional Services and Research Consultation
Librarians provide instruction and support for classes at the request of the instructor. Sessions and materials are tailored to the needs of faculty and students. We can come to you, or schedule sessions in the library. Please contact your librarian for more information or to schedule a session.
Research Consultations provide an opportunity to meet one-on-one with your subject specialist for information about resources, services, collections, and for help with your research strategy.
Medical, Biomedical, and Health Librarians
- Peg (Margaret) Burnette - Biomedical Sciences email@example.com
- Kelsey Cheshire - Social Work and Behavioral Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org
- Yali Feng - Visiting Behavioral Sciences Research and Data Services Librarian email@example.com
- Erin Kerby - Veterinary Medicine firstname.lastname@example.org
- JJ Pionke - Applied Heath Sciences email@example.com
- Kelli Trei - Biosciences firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule a Consultation
Use the Research Consultation Scheduler to schedule an appointment with a subject specialist librarian.
Savvy Researcher Workshops
Take your educational experience into your own hands and learn new skills here at the Scholarly Commons. Try out new software and strategies that you can later incorporate in your research and teaching. Plus realize you are not alone in your research woes as you meet people from across campus facing similar conundrums, like choosing the right reference manager, getting started with GIS, conducting usability tests, and so much more!
The Scholarly Commons provides consultations for scholarly communication issues, digitization, digital humanities work, data services, and more.
Research Data Service (RDS)
Research Data Service
A campus-wide program that provides the Illinois research community with the expertise, tools, and infrastructure necessary to manage and steward research data.