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Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL)
Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL) is a collaboration between the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) and the University of Idaho Library. Its purpose is to advance digital scholarship opportunities at the University of Idaho.
Find out general information on copyright law for teaching and research, as well as library copyright policies.
Browse and Search our course reserves listings by instructor, department and/or course number. Or learn how to put materials on reserve for your own classes.
Data and Digital Services (DDS)
Data and Digital Services is a department in the library with expertise in geospatial resources, scholarly communications, data management, web design, digital archiving, and other digitally-focused enterprises.
Resources and guidance on data usage, data management, data visualization, and geospatial data.
Gary Strong Curriculum Center
The Curriculum Center serves as the resource library for the University of Idaho's College of Education.
Need a library session for one of your classes? Instruction services can provide subject specific or general library instruction for any class.
Interlibrary Loan supports your research and scholarly needs by obtaining materials not owned by the University of Idaho Library or other Orbis Cascade Alliance member libraries.
The Making, Innovating, Learning Laboratory (the MILL) is a place to gather, explore, learn, and create new knowledge using state-of-the-art technology and other traditional forms of making.
Open Access Publishing Fund
In partnership with the Office of the Provost and Office of Research and Economic Development, the library supports UI authors in their efforts to publish in open access journals. The UI-OAPF can help pay eligible article process charges (APCs).
Reference/Ask a Librarian
Need help using our resources? Contact our reference librarians at the reference desk on the first floor or by chat, text, email or phone. You can also make an appointment to meet in person with a librarian for in-depth research assistance.
Browse and search nearly 100 research guides to find useful resources compiled by your friendly librarians at the University of Idaho.
The Studio is the University of Idaho Library's audio and video production and editing space. Located on the 2nd floor of the library, the Studio offers dedicated space to UI-affiliated students, staff, and faculty seeking to create podcasts, video essays, or other audiovisual material.
Special Collections & Archives
Special Collections and Archives houses primary source materials including personal and organizational records, university archives, rare books, manuscripts, and historical photographs; these and other materials support research into nearly all facets of the history of Idaho and the Pacific Northwest.