Get to the details you need about lending, technology, study space options, working with reserves, and the dozens of other services we provide you.
Borrowing and Delivery
This is a starting point for info on lending privileges, locations, borrowing reserve items, and borrowing items from other libraries. See:
- Check Out Materials Overview
- Faculty Borrowing Privileges
- Holds & Recalls
- Laptops for Checkout
- Paying Fines
- Returning Items
- Search Service for Missing/Lost Items
Details: Circulation Policies & Procedures
We can deliver many regular circulating items to various UNT campus locations for you. Find out who qualifies, delivery locations & timing, how to make requests, and limitations as some restrictions apply. Note: Starting in the Fall 2014 we are merging many of our delivery options into a single service. Until we've updated all of our documentation, see:
Required or recommended readings, music, media and other items for courses can be found at either a reserve desk or online. This page provides links to policies, online systems, and can help you find the right desk. See:
Need something for your class? Search Course Reserves.
Technology and Computing
The libraries provide a number of different technology & computing related resources. This page describes general information about them and other related topics. See:
There are printers, scanners, and copiers located throughout the Libraries. This page gives you information about their locations, and other basic information. See:
Details: Printing & Photocopy Policies
The UNT Libraries Makerspace, The Factory, provides an environment that promotes the cooperative and creative use of technology. This informal workspace offers UNT students, faculty and staff access to equipment and software that promotes innovative learning.
The libraries provide a diverse range of study spaces. This page details what you will find in them, highlights technology and workspace configurations, as well as notes the general noise level of each. See:
Group study room are available in multiple library locations. Find out where the rooms are located, hours of availability, how to get keys, and get up to speed on use policies. See:
Details: Library Use Policy
Scholarly and Professional
The UNT Libraries are committed to keeping you informed on issues related to copyright, author rights, licensing, and other intellectual property issues that affect our academic community. Find out more about our service offerings in this area. See Also:
The Digital Scholarship Cooperative helps provide members of the UNT community with the tools, training, and resources to employ digital theory and research practice in their disciplines. See Also:
The Scholarly Open Access E-journal Support service will provide hosting and consultation support to the UNT departments and faculty who are interested in producing their own online open access scholarly journal.
The UNT Libraries Scholarly Publishing Services offers:
Research and Instruction
We offer library workshops throughout the semester that are open to anyone who would like to attend. We also offer classes that faculty arrange for their students for specific courses. The skills and concepts taught in these classes provide students with a better comprehension of library research and improve their skills using the Libraries.
We house a growing collection of unique primary source research materials in the Special Collections. Learn about visiting, locating materials, handling items, and our Research Fellowship Program. See Also:
This page describes services and other information applicable to users with disabilities. It notes contacts, policies and procedures, as well as short descriptions of adaptive equipment.
Our Preservation Unit can bind materials for other UNT departments if they are for university use. Personal items cannot be sent to our commercial binder, however we offer an in-house binding and repair service to the community.
The Texas Digital Newspaper Program (TDNP) partners with Texas communities, publishers, and institutions to promote standards-based digitization of newspapers and to make newspapers freely accessible via The Portal to Texas History.