Faculty Research Support
Getting started with your research
Meet with a librarian for individual research help.
Faculty members and PhD candidates are eligible for their own personal, quiet study carrel in one of our libraries.
A quiet reading room for UA faculty and graduate students at the Main Library.
Accessing materials for your research
Find out about circulation periods, check-out limits, holds, recalls, and more.
Fill out this form, then fax, mail or bring it in to obtain a library card for your research assistant to check out materials on your behalf. You will be contacted when the card is ready (within 48 hours or less).
Interlibrary Loan is a service that provides access to materials not owned by the UA Libraries. If you do not need the entire book, Document Delivery can copy book chapters and put them in PDF form for you.
Items can be retrieved, recalled and placed on hold for UA faculty and students.
Recommend materials for the library to purchase.
Publishing and sharing your research
Find out more about publishing, intellectual property, and copyright.
Find out more about how to share your research, creative works, publications, and teaching materials in the UA Campus Repository.
Find out more about copyright. Contact Dan Lee, Director, Office of Copyright Management & Scholarly Communication to learn more.
Find out more about preserving your research data for reference and reuse, developing data management plans, and library and university data services.
Find out more about journal publishing and hosting services.
Includes High Performance Computing (HPC) and High Throughput Computing (HTC) systems, dense high capacity data storage, a 3D immersive visualization facility, and consulting services for HPC/HTC, visualization and statistics.
Last modified: April 29, 2013