Additional Resources

The University of Idaho Library is well aware of the complexities and difficulties of working with data. We offer services, resources and instructions on how to manage your data, visualize your data, and preserve your data. For more information, contact Jeremy Kenyon. For GIS data related inquires, please visit our GIS page.

In addition to digitizing, the Digital Initiatives department works with departments, schools, librarians, citizens, machines, and each other to provide guidance on digital tools, preservation, and to identify, acquire, and promote new collections. For more information, visit the Digital Initiatives page or contact Devin Becker.

Starting in 2014, all theses and dissertations are submitted electronically through the ETD Admin (ProQuest) website. Students have options when completing their repository agreement on when their document will become available for full-text digital access. Once a document is digitally available, it will be found in our repository. For more information on theses and dissertation guidelines, visit the College of Graduate Studies page, or their Thesis and Dissertations Resources page.

Faculty may place readings on reserve to supplement assigned readings for their courses. These readings must comply with provisions in the U.S. Copyright Act and FERPA. If the nature, scope, or extent of copying is judged to exceed the fair use principles of the Copyright Act, the library will work with the professor to find alternative arrangements. For more information on placing items on reserve, guidelines on copyright and fair use, or to browse current course reserves please visit the Reserves page.