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UK Libraries resources and services for faculty
Last Updated: Mar 3, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Welcome Faculty!

Use this guide to help you identify and access the library services that will benefit you most.

Our most important tip:  Contact us if you need anything!

Contact us by email (, call (859) 218-2048 or use the chat box at right during peak hours.

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Research Support

  • Academic Liaisons - Your Subject Specialist Librarian
    Academic Liaisons are assigned to every department. Contact your liaison for help or for information about resources in your subject area.
  • Book and Media Express
    Get books, articles, and other UK library materials delivered fast!
  • Faculty Study Rooms
    Quiet study space in convenient proximity to needed Library materials.
  • Interlibrary Loan
    Quick access to books and articles from other libraries.
  • My Library Account
    Manage your library account. Renew online, request books from one campus library to another.
  • Off-campus access
    Licensed electronic resources are restricted to current UK students, staff, and faculty. Off-campus users will be prompted to log in with your link blue ID and password (AD or MC credentials).
  • Purchase Request
    Recommend an item for the library to purchase.
  • Research Assistant Authorization
    Authorize a research assistant to borrow library materials for you.
  • Research Guides
    Portal to the specialized databases and resources in your academic discipline.
  • Research Impact Metrics
    Discover the variety of ways in which you may evaluate journals and their publishers before submitting an article for publication.
  • UKnowledge
    Contribute your research to UKnowledge, UK's repository of academic scholarship.
  • Workshops
    Variety of workshops for faculty and students. Designed to help you save time and be more effective.

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