This search allows you to quickly find an article or book from the library catalog as well as from databases but it is not a targeted search. If you want to narrow the search to a specific format such as a print book or an article, use the filters on the left side of the result page.
Requesting Library Material
To get a physical item from the library, select the Request option in the item record retrieved by your search in the library’s Primo catalog "NestSearch". You must be signed into your Library account. For more details, see How to Request a Library Resource.
When accessing UIW resources from a location that is not a UIW IP address, you will be prompted to log in with your UIW credentials (EZProxy). Once successfully logged in, you should be able to use the resource as if you were on campus.
Additionally, you may refer to UIW Libraries' off campus access page for further information.
If you are unable to access a specific resource offered through the library, please contact us at (210) 619.7038 or email email@example.com.
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