You and your students can access all our databases, eBooks, Web pages and the library catalog off campus, 24/7
It’s not just for students!
If you are running into trouble with your research, we can help point you in the right direction.
If a book you need is not available at either of our camous libraries, you can request it (mostly) for free through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). It can take up to 12 days to receive a book through Interlibrary Loan.
* Exception: Per our ILL policy, we can't get textbooks through Interlibrary Loan.
* Exception: Not all libraries loan media (DVD's, VHS, CD's, etc...)
Welcome to the UTS/Barrytown College Libraries! We are eager to establish a close link between you and our libraries for your teaching and research needs.
The libraries of the 21st century have drastically and dramatically changed and emerging technologies offer exciting pathways for teaching and learning. This goal of this guide is to serve as a gateway to a full range of library resources and services for both on-campus and online instruction and research. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have suggestions on how we can provide further services to you in your teaching fields. We are looking forward to working with you.
The UTS Libraries offers a number of services to our faculty. These include library instruction for classes, placing materials on reserve, selecting books and more. UTS Libraries encourages faculty to develop an active partnership with the Libraries so that together we can better serve our students.
College libraries rely on faculty input for the collection. No one knows better than you what you are teaching and which books will help your students the most. Help us make our collection even better!
We welcome suggestions for our book collection anytime, but especially when a new program is starting or when new topics will be covered in existing classes. You can suggest specific books or just let us know if you need books on specific subjects. We can also look into acquiring new databases and journals at your request.