ILLiad is the electronic system you use to request an item through Interlibrary Loan. The name ILLiad can be thought of as an acronym for InterLibrary Loan internet accessible database.
Whether you are starting your Master’s or beginning your lit review for your dissertation, organization is a key factor in reducing the level of anxiety any of these large projects can produce in anyone. Endnote is software which can keep your reading list in order, keep track of what you read, what you thought about what you read and keep a record of important thoughts and facts that brought you to where you are right now. Endnote can be a partner in helping in citing works while you are writing and building the right kind of bibliography when you are done.
For more information about Endnote, how to use it and what ways it can help you, see our EndNote LibGuide.
To get your copy of EndnoteX8, go to http://myutaccount.utoledo.edu and login in by following the directions. You will find the link to download software your myUT Account page.
If you need any further help, you can always call x2325 on main campus or x4225 on the health science campus.
The Carver Resource Center (located in Gillham Hall) can meet many of your equipment and computing needs.
The Information Commons (first floor of Carlson Library) has:
Individual Instruction Appointments: Though available to everyone, personal appointments are especially useful for graduate students beginning their research. Schedule a time with a knowledgeable librarian to help you learn what tools and databases are available in your subject. On Main Campus - Contact your Subject Librarian to make an appointment. On the Health Science Campus - please use this form to schedule an individual appointment at the library or in your office.
Thesis and Dissertations--see libguide in link.
For help keeing your your thoughts organized and your citations in order while writing your thesis or dissertation, see the Endnote box above.
Chat with a librarian in the Carlson Library Reference Department. If we are not online, see below for alternate means to contact us.
For information on how to reach us in person, by phone, or by e-mail, see the Ask a Librarian page.