eResources & Collections

Off-Campus Access

UNL Students, Faculty and Staff can access licensed resources from off campus

Find Out More About Off-Campus Access


Collections & Digital Projects

Archives & Special Collections

Manuscripts, UNL records and rare book collections.

Digital Commons

Access and distribute UNL publications.

Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH)

Discover scholarly digital content & tools.

Image & Multimedia Collections

Search collections of over 297,152 items.


Government Documents

Federal Depository Library Federal documents are located throughout the University Libraries, including the Documents Facility and the Library Depository Retrieval Facility (LDRF).


Subject & Course Resources

Subject Specialists

Subject librarians are people who specialize in subjects, and can help you find materials on those subjects through the library.

For Faculty

Schedule a subject librarian to visit your class for instruction on research sources and techniques.

Erica
Defrain

Subject Specialist:
Psychology, Sociology,
Educational Administration & Educational Psychology


Subject & Course Guides

Subject & course guides are online resources available 24/7, created by subject librarians for use with a course or for a specific subject.

Subject Guide: Chemistry >
Sci-Pop Talks

Where Science Intersects Pop Culture - Dancing Fire: Illuminating the Hidden Quantum World of Nanotechnology


Course Reserves

When an entire class needs access to a set of materials, faculty can make them available to students through course reserves.

Human
Anatomy
Models

Just one of the sets available through course reserve.


Helpful Tools & Info

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Citation Tools

Format citations, create reference lists, and track sources.

All levels, from all disciplines, at all stages of the writing process.

Read about Turnitin to avoid plagiarism.