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Library and Information Science: Library and Information Science

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Accessing Electronic Resources from Off Campus

All the library's proprietary electronic resources are available to students and faculty anywhere, anytime using EZProxy and your LINKBLUE account.

American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual

Become a Library Power User!

Use your UK and library accounts

  • Your InfoKat account: see due dates, renew books, learn your fines, track your requests, save records and searches. These are your borrowing privileges.
  • Your ILLiad account: place orders, renew loans.
  • Get off-campus access to databases using your linkblue account.
  • Access your e-reserves in Blackboard.
  • Create your own accounts in EBSCOhost, JSTOR, Web of Science Core Collection, WorldCat, ARTstor (click on LOGIN), and other resources to save searches, records, make lists, etc.

Book and Media Express and ILLiad bring materials directly to you.

  • Book and Media Express and ILLiad deliver items that you have requested to your favorite pick up point, for example, Little Fine Arts Library.
  • Copies of journal articles and book chapters are delivered electronically to your ILLiad account.
  • Book and Media Express retrieves items in storage for you.
  • ILLiad retrieves items from other libraries for you--don't worry if UK doesn't have it, we can get it for you from another library.
  • Click here for more information on ILLiad; click here for more information on Book and Media Express.

Book orders:  Use this form to recommend a book or dvd for purchase.

Reserve a library room:

Library instruction: Contact Kate Seago to schedule an appointment for an individual consult or a class session.

Catalogs and Search Engines

This is a list of library catalogs and other web resources that are pertinent to Library and Information Science.

Academic Liaison & Acquisitions Librarian

Kate Seago
Phone: (859) 218-1851

Office: 2-21A Young Library

Copyright & License Resources