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Faculty

Research Resources for Faculty

A collection of Rod Library resources for course reserves, research, interlibrary loan, and citation assistance.

Services for Your Classes

Here are some useful links to aid you in your classes.

Faculty and Emeritus Study Rooms

Faculty study rooms are available on the third and fourth floors.

Information Desk

The Information Desk is located on the main floor of the library. The desk is staffed by student assistants during almost all hours that the library is open. Student assistants help with basic OneSearch, library catalog, and database searches. They also can give directions, and are well informed about basic information related to the library and university.

Forms for Faculty

From the Dean

Welcome to Rod Library! We are a staff of experts dedicated to providing you with the information resources and services you need when and where you need them.

Library Instruction

The librarians of the UNI Rod Library can teach focused or general library instruction sessions designed to meet the specific needs of your class.

Active Learning Classroom (Room 324)

Room 325 will be the new Active Learning Classroom.  The room will include 5 Ergotron Neo-Flex Mobile MediaCenters capable of receiving and displaying four different inputs simultaneously in a wireless environment,  and 25 Dell E5450 laptops that will be housed in two mobile locking laptop charging stations (one 20 unit station and one 10 unit station.)  The room can be booked or reserved in advance for up to a 3 hour  session. Keys to the equipment cabinets can be checked out from the Circulation desk.

Rod Library Tours

The Library offers tours to UNI classes and groups.

Recommend a Purchase

Help us keep our collections current and relevant by recommending books for purchase

Schedule a Research Consultation

Individual students and faculty can request extensive assistance with a research project by scheduling a research consultation with a librarian.

Need research help? Ask us!