Ask the Library
Librarians and staff are available to answer your questions in a variety of ways through the Ask the Library service. Students are always welcome to come to the library to ask questions in person, but the library also answers questions through live chat, text, email and phone services.
Students can schedule a one-on-one consultation with a librarian on various research topics. Fill out the Research Appointments form to schedule a session.
Use the How to Cite Resources research guide to get help with MLA, APA, CBE/CSE, Chicago/Turabian, ASA, and ASPA style citations.
Kimbel Library offers multiple items for checkout, including laptops, Flipcams, digital cameras, headphones, turntables, jump drives, and much more. See the Equipment Checkout page for further information.
The Kimbel Library Makerspace is a rapid-prototyping facility with the purpose of empowering students and staff to translate their creative ideas into physical products. Workshops teach the skills necessary for operating Makerspace tools. Events and classes are also provided periodically. See the Makerspace website for further information.
My Library Account
View items you have checked out, renew online, see the status of any loan requests you may have, and view fines and fees on the My Library Account page.
Print, Copy & Scan
Public printing is available from all library and commons computers. Print jobs may be sent to the Pharos Print Release stations located throughout both buildings. Self-service copiers are available for use during all hours that the library is open. Photocopiers can scan documents to email free of charge. See instructions and locations on our Print, Copy & Scan page.
Librarians at Kimbel Library have designed research guides on a variety of subjects helpful to students, such as course and subject guides, research tips, and campus information resources.
The Research Services page is an overview of resources and services to guide you through the research process.
The library has set aside select study spaces for student groups to reserve. These rooms offer seating for 4 to 8 students as well as access to a whiteboard, monitor, and other equipment as requested. Learn more on the Room Reservations page.
The library has created a set of resources called the Student Toolkit to help you get started with using our resources and services.
The library provides a variety of study spaces in the library and commons buildings, including group study rooms, presentation rooms, study carrels, soft seating study areas, and more. The second floor on the library side has been designated as a silent study zone.
Videos and Tutorials
Kimbel Library has created videos and tutorials for students on a variety of subjects, such as avoiding plagiarism, finding the right keywords to use in research, citing resources, and determining the difference between scholarly and popular resources. Learn more on the Videos and Tutorials page.