Interlibrary loan (IIL)
Interlibrary loan is a service whereby a borrower can order materials from non-participating Prospector libraries. IIL connects you with materials located in research libraries and collections beyond the Rocky Mountain states. You can locate material through WorldCat. | More Information
Subject library liaisons write research, course, and subject guides upon request by the instructor. Prof. Sue Byerley in conjunction with history department faculty have prepared a variety of guides for lower, upper-level, and graduate courses. | More Information
Prospector is a unified catalog of academic, public and special libraries in Colorado and Wyoming. Through Prospector you have access to 30 million books, journals, DVDs, CDs, videos and other materials held in these libraries. With a single search you can identify and borrow materials from the collections and have them delivered to your local library. | More Information
Pikes Peak Library District
Pikes Peak Library District (PPLD) is a nationally recognized system of public libraries serving a population of more than 650,185 in El Paso County, Colorado. With fourteen facilities, online resources, and mobile library service, PPLD responds to the unique needs of individual neighborhoods and the community at large.
Denver Public Library
The Denver Public Library connects people with information, ideas and experiences to provide enjoyment, enrich lives and strengthen our community.
CU-Resource Chinook Library
The University Libraries at CU Boulder maintain a vast collection of academic resources and provide engaging learning experiences and seamless services that empower people to discover and integrate reliable information in new ways.
Colorado College Tutt Library
OneSearch, the new search option is a great place to start research in any subject. It returns results from the article databases, journal list, and library catalog. Books & Media replaced the Tiger catalog and will provide improved searching of the library collection.
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