The University of Tennessee Libraries provides resources, technology, spaces, and expertise to help students be successful at the University of Tennessee and beyond. Use the resources below and at left to get started and to learn about options for in-person and online research assistance.
Use the tutorial above to navigate searching for a book at the UT Libraries. Visit our Loan Periods page for information about borrowing and renewals.
If you are looking for more specific information for a subject area or major use the Library Databases page and choose a database by topic.
Help with Research
Stop by our Research Assistance Desk in Hodges Library, or send us a chat or email. Visit our Ask Us Now page to learn more about the different ways to get in touch with a librarian.
Don’t forget to visit the Pendergrass Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Library and the George F. Devine Music Library.
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