Course Reserve

Course reserves are supplementary materials (including books, disks, A/V materials, journal articles and/or photocopies, electronic resources, instructional equipment, and non-book items) chosen by the faculty to support class instruction.

Current Periodicals

Includes current issues of magazines, journals, newsletters, and other periodicals.

These materials are arranged by subject, using the LC system. Issues remain in the current periodicals area until there are enough issues received to form a bound volume. The single issues are then collected, sent to the bindery and entered into the General Collection on the Top Level.


Primarily used by students in the WSU Teacher Education program and local school teachers, the Curriculum collection contains sample textbooks, teacher guides, curriculum guides for primary and secondary school education.

Davis Campus Library

A full service library located at the Weber State Davis Campus in Layton.

Digital Collections

Find unique digital materials from Special Collections & University Archives, Community Collections, Virtual History Collections, Oral Histories, WSU Student Master’s Theses, etc.

General Collection

Stewart Library's main collection of books covering all subject areas. Located on the top level.

Government Documents

Online & print resources from the federal government on all topics.

Media Collection

The Media Collection consists of Audio and Visual forms of Media.

Microforms (films and fiche)

Photocopies of old newspapers, journals, and government documents on a film format.

  • Periodicals (magazines, journals and newspapers arranged by LC classification)

  • Government documents (arranged by SuDoc call number)

Oral History Collection

Search through digital Oral Histories from Weber State faculty, staff, students, and from the Weber and Davis County communities.

Oversized Collection

General Collection books that are 33 cm tall or taller (12 63/64 inches = 13 inches) and wider than 30 cm (11 13/16 inches = 12 inches) are cataloged and labeled as Oversized. They are located on the north side of the third floor in a location specifically for oversized books.


The Reference collection is an excellent place to begin research on a topic. There are print and online resources such as encyclopedias on most topics.

Special Collections & University Archives

SCUA focuses on collecting materials that document the history of Ogden City, Weber & Davis counties, and the intellectual, social, and administrative history of WSU specifically, and Northern Utah generally.


WSU Institutional Repository Citation Database

This collection is a citation database of academic materials created by members of the Weber State University community, including faculty, staff & student publications. It includes articles, books, book chapters, book reviews, conference papers, film, master’s theses, patents, presentations/reports, and senior projects.

Young People’s

Children's literature, Children's non-fiction, and Children's reference sources.

Collection Locations

Library floorplan and collection locations.