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EDLD 851 - Community Assessment and Evaluation: Finding Books

Research materials that will help you with assignments and critical thinking in assessing community needs.

Getting Books

Need Books? You can get thousands of eBooks through the library.

They are easiest to

  • read via a browser on your tablet, but they can be
  • read online on your computer,
  • downloaded to your ereader or tablet, or
  • (sometimes) printed out to mimic a book.

Here are ways to get eBooks through the library.

  • You can also have print books sent to you by requesting them through InterLibrary Loan
    This will take 1 or 2 weeks, however. So plan early!

InterLibrary Loan Login

UST Username

Video tutorial

Where to Find Books

We are fortunate to share our catalog and books with other universities in the Twin Cities area. You may check out books from any of the libraries in our consortium (CLICsearch) and use their services in the library. You may also borrow books clicking on the REQUEST button next to the book you want.

If we don't have your book in CLICsearch, you can borrow from libraries all over the country and the world through InterLibrary Loan (in left column). Look for books in WorldCat, the combined catalog for libraries in North America and around the world. If you find a book you like there, you can download the information directly into InterLibrary Loan using the Request through ILLiad link.

  Books in Worldcat Books at USTBooks in CLICnet