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Obtaining a  HuskyCT Non-Class Site

Library Media Specialists would be able to use a HuskyCT site in order to set up a repository of links and materials for use by the instructors and students in their school.

• To obtain a  “non-class” HuskyCT site use the  online form.
• Library Media Specialists would have to give access to the site by manually enrolling participants.
• For help with HuskyCT, please contact the Instructional Resource Center ( 


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Key links to essential resources from the Libraries' Home Page.

Our search tool allows you to search and retrieve local and remote resources such as books, videos, and journal articles.

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  • UConn WorldCat

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  • Research Database Locator - Find Articles & More

    The University of Connecticut Libraries purchases access to thousands of  Licensed Electronic Resources. Search by database name or subject. 

  • Ask a Librarian for Help

    This page provides phone numbers as well as links to Ask a Librarian Live (online help via a chat box) and Ask a Librarian via email.
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