The University of Miami Libraries provide faculty with the highest quality access to collections, information services, learning support, and digital expertise in support of the University’s mission to transform lives. The Libraries welcome and incorporate advances and innovations in information technology and scholarly communication to ensure that faculty members can locate and use global information resources in all formats.
Discover materials from all University of Miami Libraries.
Request books through uSearch and pick them up at your library of choice.
Access live web editions of select newspapers, as well as an extensive collection of current and historical newspapers.
Choose a film from one of our streaming databases:
To stream a film through Zoom, when clicking on “Share Screen,” look in the lower left corner of the popup window that shows all the programs you have open. Check the box that says “Optimize Screen Sharing for Video Clips.”
In a collaboration with the Office of Research, librarians provide support for interdisciplinary research U-LINK research teams.
Course reserves are readings or materials you select to be made available for your students, in either print or online format.
The Libraries house rare and unique primary sources, available for research and teaching. The Cuban Heritage Collection, Special Collections, and University Archives are open for visits by appointment to UM faculty, staff and students.
Faculty, staff, and students have access to thousands of digitized texts from Google, the Internet Archive, Microsoft, and from the holdings of UM Libraries. Log in for full access.
Propose an innovative use of UM Libraries’ or Lowe Art Museum’s permanent collections.
Please contact Kelly Miller, Associate Dean for Learning and Research Services, firstname.lastname@example.org