Among the librarians in our community is Linds Roberts the subject expert for Education. Did you know we had subject experts? Our subject experts are a wonderful resource for learners and researchers. They purchase collections, conduct research consultations, continuously scan the scholarly terrain in their fields.
Hi! My name is Linds Roberts (I use they/them pronouns). I am your subject librarian for the School of Education and I look forward to working with you! I often meet with students and groups who need sources for assignments, suggestions for where to find information, or want to talk through their approach to a paper or project. Let me know how I can help!
There are a number of ways to get in touch with your librarians and library community described below. Please keep in mind that we welcome these connections and look forward to answering questions, both big and small. Reach out today!
The Libraries chat service allows you use your computer or mobile device to ask a question and receive a real-time answer from a librarian during business hours.
Reach a librarian during research desk hours at 303-492-7521.
The library community is made up of information specialists knowledgeable in a range of subject areas. Find your subject specialist and contact by email!
Looking for more in-depth help? Schedule a research consultation for a date and time that fits your schedule. A librarian can coach you through the research process at any stage. We will meet with you in person, online, over the phone or by email.
Bookmark it today! http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/
A gateway to a multitude of resources and help! There is a lot to explore on the library web page. To learn more about a few key resources, click on the gold + signs.
When you are off campus and you click on a link to a resource on the libraries website, you will see an authentication screen that looks like this:
Screenshot of federated identity service
CU-Boulder students, staff and faculty: Log in with your Identikey username and password and you will be linked directly to the resource.
Another option to access CU library resources is through CU-Boulder's VPN service. VPN provides a secure connection to the campus network from any location, as long as the device has an internet connection. The VPN can be used to access campus resources (e.g. most library resources, file servers) or to securely browse the Internet. CU-Boulder Faculty, Staff and Student affiliations automatically receive a VPN entitlement. Some users with slower internet connections do find that using VPN can limit connection speed. Thanks to our EZ Proxy Identikey authentication you do not need VPN to access the majority of University Libraries resources.
Learn more and find download instructions and steps.
Coronavirus and Library Services
All University Libraries facilities are closed until further notice. University Libraries are tentatively planning to begin contactless pickups on July 15, with more detailed information to come soon. Please visit our site for updates.
We're providing remote and virtual services to support you. Event, service, and other updates are posted here. General questions? Ask a Librarian.
Another great team of librarians, we'd like to introduce you to are the Borrowing Team. You’ll learn more about how to borrow a bit later in the modules. This team of librarians are your go-to for all questions about requesting, receiving, renewing materials. You'll probably like to have their contact details close at hand.
Circulation Patron Services
Norlin Library, 2nd floor – West Entrance