Graduate Student Spaces
- Group Study Rooms
- Graduate Student Carrels
- GroupLink Tables
- Graduate Student Research Room: Room 125A on the first floor of Morris Library (just inside the Reading Room).
Teaching a Course?
- Place course readings on reserve.
- Invite a subject librarian to provide an instruction session tailored to your course, or use the instruction request form if you need assistance.
- Giving an assignment that includes the creation of multimedia (video, audio, graphics)? The Student Multimedia Design Center offers instructional support.
- Request an instruction session that highlights primary sources from Special Collections.
- Reserve a film or video from the Library collection.
- Contact Meg Grotti, Assistant Head of Instructional Services, for further information (302-831-6310).
- Research Consultation. Make an appointment with a subject specialist to discuss library resources or stop by the Reference Desk.
- Center for Research Libraries. Foreign dissertations, newspapers and documents may be borrowed through Interlibrary Loan.
- RefWorks. Organize your research and create footnotes and bibliographies with this and other web-based citation managers.
- Dissertations and Theses. Read recent UD dissertations online and view abstracts of dissertations from other universities.
- Grants. Discover fellowships and other funding opportunities.
- Copyright. Get advice on copyright issues and permissions for your publications. Learn about your rights as an author and open access.
- Special Collections and Museums. Analyze primary sources, manuscripts and other unique materials up close.
- Authorized Borrower Cards for research assistants
- Loan periods for graduate students
- Interlibrary Loan provides access to material held by other libraries.
- Identify SHARES Program libraries you can visit and area libraries that offer reciprocal borrowing privileges.
- Enjoy 24/7 access to e-books, e-journals, databases and DELCAT Discovery!
All visitors to the Morris Library need to have photo identification to enter the building, e.g., a UD ONEcard, a U.S. driver’s license or a government-issued or school-issued photo ID. Frequent visitors to the Morris Library, who are 18 years of age or older and who do not have a ONEcard, may visit the Circulation and Reserve desk to register and have their photo taken for a free Library Frequent Visitor card. Once received, this ID can then be used with the card reader at the turnstiles for easy access to the building.