Library Services for UNE Employees

As a full- or part-time employee of the university, you have access to UNE Library services. You can:

Check out books for the whole family

You can check out books from the UNE Libraries. We have a broad selection of fiction and non-fiction titles, including popular reading, children’s, and young adult titles. Please see the Information Desk Coordinator  to set up a library record using your UNE ID card.

Information Desk Coordinator:
Laurie Mathes
(207) 221-4326

Download ebooks and audio books 

With Cloudlibrary you can download popular ebooks and audiobooks to a wide range of devices including iPad or Andoid tablets — Nook and Kindle.

Watch DVDs and streaming video 

You can borrow DVDs from the UNE Library, or install the Kanopy app on a Roku, iOS or android device and stream movies for free at home.

Have books from public and academic libraries delivered to campus 

The MaineCat system allows you to borrow from most public and academic libraries in the state and have your items delivered to your UNE campus. You can request anything not available in a Maine library through Interlibrary Loan.

Read your favorite newspapers and magazines online or on campus

We subscribe to a range of local and regional newspapers, as well as popular magazines like Time, Sports Illustrated and Consumer Reports.

Visit the UNE Art Galleries

Enjoy exhibits and special events at the UNE Art Galleries on both campuses. UNE employees are welcome at exhibit openings, look in the UNE Community notices for details.

Learn a language

Study French or Spanish with Mango Languages.

Get help

Librarians are available to help you and answer any questions about library services. We are available by phone, email, chat, and in-person. Contact us any time!

You may also be interested in our extensive collections of online journals, ebooks and databases, unique special collections, and more. If you have any questions about these — or any other library services — please contact us.

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