OpenSPACES@UNK is the digital repository of UNK and makes available University publications, images, and recordings, as well as Archives and Special Collections materials. OpenSPACES@UNK is administered by the Calvin T. Ryan Library and serves as a digital home for these materials.
The University of Nebraska Kearney Special Collections and Archives are housed in the Alice Paine Room on the second floor of the Calvin T. Ryan Library. Some additional info can be found below.
The library has special software such as Matlab and wxMaxima available on select Windows Machines. We also have iMacs located on the garden level. Visit our Software & Technology page for more information about our computers and other technology services available.
UNK students, faculty and staff, Nebraska residents age 18 and older, and members of other Nebraska educational institutions may borrow library materials.
No name, address, or other borrower information contained in any circulation records will be revealed to other persons except under conditions as stated in the Library Privacy Policies.
The Library offers instruction on library research for undergraduates and graduate students, tailored to courses, assignments and students' research topics.
Librarians are also available to provide instruction in the use of library resources to your classes. Please contact Lindsay Brownfield, or fill out the Library Instruction Request form.
Please visit our faculty services page for additional information.
Interlibrary Loan / Document Delivery allows you to obtain items not owned by the library. This includes books, articles, DVD’s, musical scores, CD’s and microfilm. Ebooks are not available. This service is free for students, staff, and faculty.
Additional info can be found on the Interlibrary Loan / Document Delivery page or their FAQ.
A citation style dictates the information necessary for a citation and how the information is ordered, as well as punctuation and other formatting. There are a number of different ways to cite resources in your paper. The citation style sometimes depends on the academic discipline involved.
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Learning Commons services are available in person and on Zoom for all online and on-campus UNK students. To request an appointment please submit an Appointment Request Form. You can also call the welcome desk 308-865-8905 or visit in person. Due to library renovations the Learning Commons is currently located in University Residence North.