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How can distance education users get assistance with their ULink login credentials?

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Students, faculty and staff in online or distance education courses need to login off-campus with the ULink ID and password to access electronic sources like databases and journals. You can reset ULink passwords here: https://password.louisville.edu/   If you need further assistance with your password call the Information Technology HelpDesk at 852-7997 or fill out their Request Form. ... read more


How can distance educaton instructors request Electronic Course Reserves?

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Instructors teaching classes that are classified as online courses or distance education can request Electronic Reserves. We encourage instructors to read the E-Reserve Policy before starting your request.    The following link will take you to the E-Reserves Request Form.   For further assistance with this service call 852-5566 or email dlls@louisville.edu     ... read more


How can distance education users request articles or books through Interlibrary Loan?

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Online/distance education students, faculty, and staff need to register for an ILLiad account to request items via Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Click on the following link louisville.edu/library/dlls/illiad to login to your ILLiad account or register for a new account to request items. If you need more help email dlls@louisville.edu or call 852-5566. ... read more


What services are available to distance education users?

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Visit the Library Services for Distance Education Patrons page for an overview of the in-person and online library services provided by the UofL Libraries.... read more


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