Answered By: Coe Library Help Desk
Last Updated: Jun 22, 2017     Views: 35

Absolutely. All UW staff are automatically added to the Libraries' patron database, so you can use your WyoOne card or other photo ID to check out virtually all material in all of the campus libraries, including

  • educational or theatrical videos (Coe Media, level 1),
  • popular reading books or audio books (Coe level 2 central),
  • children's books (at the LRC), or
  • books in any of the libraries' circulating collections.

For more information of borrowing see our Circulation Policies.

in addition to borrowing materials, you can use any of our electronic resources (databases, eBooks, eJournals, or streaming media) from an office, in a campus library, or at home. From home you must log onto the "proxy server" using your WyoWeb username and password. Click on the "Log in" icon located in the upper-right corner of the UW Libraries webpage and select the "Off Campus Access" option on the far right.

As a staff member, you may also use library services such as asking questions at the service desks, Prospector (borrow books and media from Colorado libraries), or Request It (borrow from other libraries as well as move materials among campus libraries). 

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