Welcome to the program!
This guide is intended to help you find the proper resources to assist you with your course work. Whether you are a distant student taking online classes or on campus, this is your one-stop shop for quality information. Choose the appropriate tab to find what you need.
For more assistance or to set up a consultation with the Engineering Librarian, Jay McAllister, or send him an email. He is also available via Skype for distance students and faculty.
Here are two things that can help you right away with the program and in making your studies much easier:
1. Familiarize yourself with the library distance learning website. This page was created in consideration for distance learning students and faculty.
2. Signup for Interlibrary Loan. It does not take very long and will help with getting access to books and articles.
The link provided is for the Engineering Database Survey. The purpose of this survey is to identify our users, recognize important engineering database features, and understand what do students and faculty access them for. Your feedback and participation is very much appreciated.
The Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Department will deliver library materials such as books to University of Arkansas students, faculty, and staff. ILL will locate and borrow those items form other libraries for you. If you are a distance student or faculty, ILL will deliver library materials through the mail when necessary. Interlibrary Loan services are provided at no cost to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff.
Upon request, library staff will retrieve, scan and electronically deliver articles from print periodicals in the collection of the University of Arkansas Libraries. Library staff will also scan and deliver journal articles that are held in microfiche or microfilm formats. This service is available to all University of Arkansas students, faculty, and staff.
Check the links below for more detailed information.