UAS Egan Library
Inspiration and innovation begin here
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.
A new look for the new year. Checkout this short video tour to get oriented to our new website. The redesign is a long overdue work in progress, we invite your feedback.
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.
ILL or Interlibrary Loan is a network of libraries connected nationwide and internationally. All UAS students, faculty, and staff can request articles and books for your studies, and more. We will get the research sources you need for your success.
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.
Tech Tools for Faculty (and Students Too!)
Find elegant solutions to tricky tech quagmires.
The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) has a Tech Tools series on YouTube, which covers topics like Checking Documents for Accessibility, Creating and Using Gifs, Using a Green Screen, Video-Creation & Editing Tools, Polling Tools, and many more helpful tech tools that make teaching and presentations easier and more effective.
You can also visit the CELT website for additional technology and teaching resources to support your face to face, online, or hybrid classes.
Northwest Coast Native Art
The collection features wood carvings, basketry, and Ravenstail weaving by renowned Alaskan artists including Edna Jackson, Steve Brown, Wayne Price, Nathan Jackson, Jennifer Brady Morales, Jan Criswell, Cheryl Samuel, Mary Lou King, Ray Watkins, Harry Calkins and Delores Churchill. The collection was acquired through the Alaska Percent for Art in Public Places program. Collection Guides are available at the entrance of the library for reference in self-guided tours.