There are more than a dozen different libraries at UNC-Chapel Hill, as well as a substantial collection of online documents and resources. You can use any campus library with your UNC One Card (the Health Sciences Library is near our School), and you can research online with your Onyen and password.
In addition to academic collections, campus libraries offer many other resources to UNC-Chapel Hill students. Here are a few options:
- Reserve a study room to collaborate on a group project
- Borrow a camera, record a podcast, or watch a film online through the Media Resources Center in the House Undergraduate Library (it’s open to graduate students, too)
- Improve your research skills with online tutorials
- Learn to design a research poster for your next presentation
During exam periods, campus libraries host fun stress reduction activities (including jigsaw puzzles, mini horses and other therapy animals, crafts, and snacks).
Throughout the year, campus libraries host workshops, exhibits, lectures, and other special events. You’ll find more details on the UNC Libraries event calendar.
Students, faculty, and staff who need special assistance with assignments or projects for our School may contact Angela Bardeen, who is the “liaison librarian” assigned to assist with services for the social work discipline. She maintains the “A to Z Databases: Social Work” page on the UNC Libraries website.