Search the library's online & print resources from one search box.
Find print books, videos, audio recordings, and print journals that are located in Stewart Library. See DATABASES for online resources.
Find journals by title or subject.
Guides to subject area resources, using the library, writing papers, citing resources and more.
Search eBook subscriptions
Finding aids database for collections held in Special Collections and University Archives.
Reserve group study rooms for groups and Proctorio testing rooms for single occupancy.
A full service library located at the Weber State Davis Campus in Layton.
Library floorplan and collection locations.
Information regarding library services available to non-university affiliated patrons.
Payment and billing, fee schedules for overdue, lost, damaged, or otherwise non-returned materials.
Information and services for borrowing and lending from non-WSU libraries.
Loan period schedules for items and borrowers.
Reserve Services provides access to materials submitted by WSU instructors for use by their students.
Secur and Guest Wi-Fi information.
Connection information for accessing the library's subscription resources from off campus.
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Students may complete the Information Literacy general education requirement by registering for and passing one or more courses offered by the Stewart Library.
Guides to subject area resources, using the library, writing papers, citing resources, and more.
Information on courses available to meet WSU's information Literacy requirement.
View classroom availability and/or request booking for a library classroom.
Instruction in the use of the library's resources and services.
Contact a librarian in your subject are for one-on-one research assistance, to schedule an instruction session for a course, or to request the purchase of materials for a collection.
Learn about how to find and create Open Educational Resources and see material already being used on campus.
The Stewart Library's Student Research Assistance Service is available to assist students with their research projects and help them find and use the materials they need.
Find unique digital materials from Special Collections, University Archives, Community Collections, Virtual History Collections, Oral Histories, WSU Student Master's Theses, ect.
Search through digital Oral Histories from Weber State faculty, staff, students, and from the Weber and Davis County communities.
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.
Online & print resources from the federal government on all topics.
The Reference collection has print and online resources such as encyclopedias, manuals, handbooks, citation style guides and more.
Current and upcoming events taking place in the library.
Current and upcoming exhibits displayed in the library.
Find information about new online & print resources, services and more.
View Hetzel-Hollein room availability/schedule and/or request booking for the room for an event.
The Stewart Library Mission and Vision Statement.
View the Stewart Library Strategic Plan for 2018-2023.
Read a special message from the Library Dean.
Read the statement on how the Stewart Library is committed to supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and well-being.
The Stewart Library's commitment to actions against anti-racism during the 2020-2021 academic year.
View annual reports and assessments for the Stewart Library.
View current organization for Library Personnel.
Find contact information for individual Library Personnel.
Listing of all current library policies, procedures, and annual reports.
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