Use the Quick Search to find full-text articles and article citations across many databases and journal providers. Use the Article Finder to find a specific article using the full citation.
University Libraries Discovery is your gateway to available print and electronic books. Use WorldCat Discovery to search libraries worldwide. If we don't have the title you need you can order it through Interlibrary Loan or request a purchase.
You can find electronic journal titles and dates of coverage in the eJournal Finder. All print and electronic titles are found in University Libraries Discovery. For Health Sciences journals, please check the Health Sciences LIbrary catalog.
Audio, Videos and more...
Use University Libraries Discovery and the format option on the left to search for DVDs and CDs. Our Reference Tools guide can direct you to more sources like almanacs, biographies, book reviews, encyclopedias, statistics and much more.
We subscribes to hundreds databases in a wide range of subjects. View the list of databases for a complete view of holdings or search for databases by keyword, or limit by type (e.g., audio or biography), subject, or vendor. 
More Resources
Easily find your electronic and print course reserves. Visit the Reference Tools guide to find valuable resources to get your research started. Our Research Guides, curated by Subject Specialists, point you in the right direction by subject area, specific classes or general areas of research.
Unique Collections
The University Libraries is home to excellent and varied digital and print collections through the Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections and the Latin American Collections Program.
Other Collections
The University Libraries participates in the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) and is the regional depository of Government Documents for New Mexico. The Federal collection includes legislative hearings, regulations, census records and more. Government documents are located in the Zimmerman Library.
Visit the Map and Geographic Information Center (MAGIC), located in the Centennial Science and Engineering Library, to find maps and atlases for New Mexico and the world.