5 LBC OneSearch is the main search box on the library homepage. You can use it to find books, articles, and more.
Go here to learn all about using OneSearch.
For more in-depth article searching, select a specialized database in your area of study using the Databases lists.
Our Research Guides are a great place to start your search. Guides are laid out based on your subject area.
If you need help finding resources come to the Research Help Desk on the main level of the TLC.
9 Study rooms are located on Level 3 and Level 5 of the Teague Learning Commons.
Level 4 is designated as a quiet study area and is available for use whenever it is not scheduled for an event. Open study areas are located on every level. Student Organizations may reserve rooms by contacting Student Life.
6 To renew an item online, go to on the library website and login using your last name and library barcode number (listed on back of your LBC ID card).
Books may be borrowed from any location. As an Undergrad you can borrow books for 14 days, with 3 renewals, DVDs may be checked out for 2 or 14 days with 1 renewal.
8 Professors may place items on the library reserve shelves so that all students in that course will have some access to them. These resources are listed in the library catalog as reserved for the students in the specific course.
To Check Current Reserves Click Here.
Electronic Reserves will include a link for direct online access.