Access during COVID-19

Weaver Library is open Sunday through Thursday 9am-9pm, and Friday and Saturday 9am-5pm. You can also contact us by chat, text, and email during those hours. We’re providing limited services in the Main Library lobby. The Health Sciences Library is open to Health Sciences affiliates. Learn more about access during COVID-19.

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Want to win $1,000? Register for the University of Arizona Graduate & Professional Student Council's Student Showcase and write a 300-500 word essay about how you've used our library. The 10th annual Katheryne B. Willock Library Research Award recognizes undergraduate...
Congratulations to Librarian Naomi Bishop ! Every year library patrons across the United States nominate their favorite librarian for the I Love My Librarian award. The prestigious award is presented to 10 deserving recipients by the American Library Association and...
The University of Arizona Libraries are excited to announce a call for proposals for grant awards that focus on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, data storytelling, open access through digital publishing, and library services. Proposals must be related to humanities and humanistic...
Congratulations to Associate Librarian Yvonne Mery ! She was recently recognized by the Association of College & Research Libraries Instruction Section Teaching Methods Committee for her innovation and outstanding contributions to student learning. The committee supports librarians who teach in...
The University of Arizona Press recently announced Rigoberto González editorship of its Camino del Sol Series . The award-winning and critically acclaimed series of poetry, fiction, and essays publishes emerging and established voices in Latinx literature, such as Juan Felipe...
A new service created by the University of Arizona Libraries is helping researchers and students amplify their individual or cross-departmental work, while taking our commitment to open to the next level. ReDATA —a free research data repository that stores and...
No matter where you are, we're here for you. Whether you're online or on campus, our librarians have the skills and expertise to help you succeed. Resources for students Avoid plagiarism Learn how to evaluate online information Ask us/Frequently asked...
Two citation management tools— Web of Science and RefWorks (or the EndNote version associated with Web of Science)—will not be available in spring 2021 due to ongoing annual spending reductions for subscription-based materials at the University Libraries. We have...
The University of Arizona Libraries is making plans for reopening to support researchers and their work once the decision to reopen the campus is determined. Here's an update. Our approach The highest priority of the University of Arizona Libraries is...