This page brings together information about library services and tools supporting the College in the Schools curriculum.
Initiate your account to access University of Minnesota Libraries Online
As a College in the School student, you have full access to all the resources at the Libraries. Our extensive online resources such as online journals, magazines, newspapers, databases and ebooks are available to use on any computer with Internet access and your UMN email and password. If you haven't done so, initiate your account now to get started. You will also be prompted to set up "duo" which is a two factor authentication system.
Course-Specific Pages (get started with research for your courses)
- AFRO 1101: Introduction to African American Studies
- ANSC 1101: Introduction to Animal Science
- APEC 1101: Principles of Microeconomics
- APEC 1102: Principles of Macroeconomics
- BIOL 1015: Human Physiology, Technology, and Medical Devices
- CI 1563: Physics by Inquiry
- CI 1806: College Algebra through modeling
- CI 3901/CI3902: Exploring the Teaching Profession
- COMM 1101: Introduction to Public Speaking
- EE 1701/EE 1703: Climate Crisis: Implementing Solutions
- ENGL 1001W: Finding Scholarly Literary Criticism
- EPSY 3264: Basic and Applied Statistics
- FSOS 1211: An Interdisciplinary Look at the Family in Multicultural America
- HIST 1307: Authority and Rebellion: American History to 1865
- HIST 1308: Global America: US History Since 1865
- MATH 1371: CSE Calculus 1
- PHYS 1101W: Introductory College Physics
- POL 1001: American Democracy in a Changing World
- PSY 1001: Introduction to Psychology
- WRIT 1201: Writing Studio
- WRIT 1301: Trend Analysis Assignment
- WRIT 1301: Ethnography Assignment
World and Classical Languages
More Research Tools
- Try the Assignment Calculator put in your due date to get help with steps of research and writing for a research paper, speech, video project and more.
- Introduction to Library Research is an online introduction to the University Libraries including information on finding scholarly articles and more.
- Electronic Library of Minnesota (ELM), a collection of online databases, provides access to thousands of magazines, journals, newspaper articles, eBooks, and other research sources on a vast array of topics to all high school students in Minnesota.
- Use your High School and Public Libraries. Your media center will have many sources that will help you with your research. Check out your school library catalog and article databases. Ask your school librarian for research assistance.
- Get help with research with Ask MN: The Librarian is In an online chat service for research help available to all Minnesota residents and students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- To check out print books or materials visit any of our 12 on-campus libraries. Bring your UMN email and be ready to show your high school ID or driver's license. You do not need a U Card.