UAS Egan Library
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Egan Library supports scholarship, research, and creative activities at the University of Alaska Southeast by providing relevant, diverse, and well-maintained collections, by helping individuals evaluate and efficiently use those resources, and by creating a welcoming environment for all.
Content in support of learning for UAS students and enrichment of our broader community. From ebooks and databases to streaming video and special collections centering Indigenous Knowledge, explore our collections.
Students can't learn from textbooks they can't afford. Open Educational Resources (OER) are free alternatives to expensive textbooks. Runaway textbook costs on college campuses have become a major impediment to student success. See what UAS faculty and students are doing to address textbook affordability.
Deails on borrowing materials from Egan Library, partner libraries and accessing library accounts.
The Learning Center provides math and statistics support for student success and is located on the ground floor of the Egan Library.
Make an appointment with a Writing Specialist for help at every stage of the writing process.
Featured Programs & Services
CELT Knowledge Base
The CELT Knowledge Base is a one-stop shop for faculty providing support and advice for Blackboard, accessibility, teaching strategies, assessment, educational technology, and more! Use the search function at the top or browse the categories for topical resources. Students may also find some of the content here helpful, especially related to Blackboard and accessibility.
One Campus, One Book
One Campus, One Book helps the UAS community find common ground through a shared reading experience. Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century edited by Alice Wong is the selection for AY 23-24. The book will serve as the starting point for discussions about inclusion, accessibility, ableism, disability representation and amplifying disabled narratives.