University Library Center - Idaho Falls
Library staff members to assist students, faculty or community users.
Reference collection supports lower division courses taught in Idaho Falls.
Idaho Falls Post Register and the Wall Street Journal newspapers.
Current magazine subscriptions include Discover, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report; back issues are kept one year; some nursing journals are donated regularly.
Nine computers with access to both the Idaho State
University's Oboler Library materials in Pocatello and the University of Idaho resources in Moscow.
Assistance for individuals who need help with research-oriented assignments.
Come in or make an appointment by calling (208) 282-7906.
Library instruction and workshops for courses offered at Idaho State University-Idaho Falls. Schedule instruction sessions by calling (208) 282-7906.
Reserve Materials Student Use
Electronic Reserve items are in the Library Catalog in the Course Reserves by instructor name or such as articles, sample tests, texts, etc. .
Some materials are on permanent reserve, such as the Albertson Teacher Education collection available which can be checked out for two weeks.
New reserve materials are typically ready for checkout within 2 hours of delivery.
Reserve materials may be photocopied as allowed by the instructor
Faculty can bring materials to University Library Center and provide limitations, such as checkout time, copy restrictions, etc.
New reserve materials are typically ready for checkout by students within 2 hours of delivery.
Printing and Media
Copy machine copies are 5 cents.
Printing from all University Library Center computers is ten cents per sheet.
Obtaining Library Materials Delivery of library materials is provided to Idaho Falls University Library Center at no charge via a daily courier system. Monday - Friday. Mail delivery is available for a fee;
Idaho Falls Public Library
457 Broadway Idaho Falls, ID 83402-3637
Phone Reference Dept.: (208) 612-8462
Web site: http://www.ifpl.org/