Your browser is unsupported

We recommend using the latest version of IE11, Edge, Chrome, Firefox or Safari.

Help Search Results

  • Faculty services

    The library can support university faculty in their teaching, research and publishing efforts and with Library collections and e-resources.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Visit Special Collections and University Archives

    The University Library has two reading rooms for its Special Collections and University Archives. Each room is open special hours. For the most up-to-date information on when we are open, see Daley Library (hours and dates open) and the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago (hours and dates open).

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago
  • Cite in MLA style

    The Modern Language Association (MLA) style is the most common citation style for referencing sources within academic disciplines such as the liberal arts and humanities. MLA citation style features parenthetical citations within the text of the work with an alphabetical list of references added to the end.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Use RefWorks

    RefWorks allows you to keep track of your citations, which are records of the books, journal articles, websites or other items you use in your research. RefWorks can help you automatically generate a bibliography in seconds in a variety of citation styles.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Cite in Chicago Turabian style

    The Chicago Manual of Style, sometimes referred to as Chicago Turabian style, provides two documentation systems: the notes and bibliography style and the author-date style.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Find articles, databases and journals

    You can find articles in databases and journals. Databases search many journals and articles at once.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Cite in AMA style

    The complete 10th edition of the AMA Manual of Style can be accessed online by current UIC students, faculty and staff. The manual can be accessed from off-campus using your NetID and password.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Access library resources from off-campus

    Log in to access articles in PubMed, Google Scholar, databases and journals. You can also download the off-campus bookmarklet to your browser and connect off-campus without visiting the library website.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Use an archival finding aid

    A archival “finding aid” describes the contents of a manuscript collection. It is the first thing to look at before accessing a collection at the Special Collections and University Archives at the Richard J. Daley Library or at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago
  • Learn about the history of UIC

    Search the University Archives or browse finding aids and online exhibits to learn about the history of UIC. You can also visit the Special Collections and University Archives reading rooms in Chicago at the Richard J. Daley Library on the east side of campus and at the Library of Health Sciences-Chicago on the west side of campus.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Find a manuscript collection

    Manuscript collections are the historical papers of significant people and organizations. You can access these collections in the Special Collections and University Archives reading rooms in the Richard J. Daley Library or in the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago
  • Access UIC's rare books

    Rare books are unique or valuable materials maintained for future generations of researchers. You can view rare books in the Special Collections and University Archives’s reading rooms at the Richard J. Daley Library in Chicago or at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago
  • Get help with writing, style and citations

    The UIC Library has resources to help you with writing, style and citations. You can also visit the UIC Writing Center for help with writing, or contact a librarian for help using citation management tools to produce bibliographies.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Get research help online

    If you need help with your research or assignments when you are off-campus, there are several ways our librarians can help you from a distance.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Cite in APA style

    APA (American Psychological Association) style is most commonly used to cite sources in the social sciences. Here are resources to get you started using APA style.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Find government information

    You can find reports, statistics and data from federal, state, local and international governments through library databases, government websites, and advanced Google searches.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Make an appointment with a librarian

    Schedule a one-on-one research consultation with a librarian for assistance with your research, to learn advanced skills or to identify sources in a specific subject area.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana
  • Get photocopies or scans or take pictures in Special Collections and University Archives

    Library staff in the Special Collections and University Archives reading rooms will photocopy for you, and fees will apply. You may take photographs of items in most collections with a digital camera. In some cases, photocopies, scans or photographs are not permitted.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago
  • Do History Fair research

    Figure out what collections or rare books you’ll want to access for your Chicago Metro History Fair project. From the finding aids for the collections, note specific box and folder numbers you need. Ask a Librarian to make an appointment to visit Special Collections and University Archives. Please note, if you are under 16, you will need to bring your parent or adult guardian with you.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago
  • Request library instruction (faculty)

    Library instruction sessions prepare students to find, evaluate and utilize information found through library research tools. Librarians work with UIC faculty to create sessions relevant to course assignments such as research papers. We are available to meet with your students in your classroom, online or in our teaching labs for hands-on research instruction tailored to your needs.

    Richard J. Daley Library Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago Crawford Library of the Health Sciences-Rockford Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria Library of the Health Sciences-Urbana

Next page

Filter by Location

Filter by Topic