Library books can be found using the OneSearch database or the Books and Media Catalog. Print books are checked out at the Library’s circulation desks. See our Checkout Protocols for more details. Search for library books in the box below:
The Library has many textbooks required for UVU classes. Textbooks are kept on Course Reserve at the 1st floor circulation desk, and most check out for two hours. A high-speed book scanner is located next to the 1st floor circulation desk.
Ebooks are read entirely on your computer or mobile device and can be downloaded from the eBrary and EBSCO collections. Adobe Digital Editions and an Adobe ID, or the EBSCO Ebooks app, is required to view downloaded titles.
This collection contains approximately 3,000 books on medicine, nursing, allied health, and related topics. Titles may be downloaded from this collection for up to 14 days with a free eBrary account.
This is a general ebook collection that contains more than 130,000 works of fiction and non-fiction in all topics. Titles may be downloaded from this collection for up to 7 days with a free EBSCO account. Click here to watch a tutorial on how to use the mobile app.
This collection offers access to nearly 10,000 titles from the biggest names in computer science, information technology, and business publishing.
Libraries possessing this collection find they are able to fulfill the most exhaustive research requirements of graduate scholars - from their desktop - in many subject areas: including English literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, theology, music, fine arts, education, mathematics, and science.
If the Library does not own the book you need, you can place a free request through Interlibrary Loan and the Library will borrow the book from another institution. Books and other items usually take 7 to 10 business days to arrive.
Current UVU students, staff, and teaching faculty may also borrow materials from other Utah academic libraries through the Utah Academic Library Consortium. Contact the institution you plan to check out materials from for borrowing guidelines; they may require identifying documents.