Help FAQ - General Questions

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What is the UNT Digital Library?

The UNT Digital Library is home to materials from the University's research, creative and scholarly activities, and also includes content from the UNT Libraries collections. It is maintained by the University of North Texas Libraries' Digital Projects Unit.

What is in the UNT Digital Library?

The UNT Digital Library contains materials from the University's research, creative, and scholarly activities; content from the UNT Libraries' collections; and archived web content. Materials include theses, dissertations, data sets, artwork, performances, photographs, videos, musical scores, journals, government documents, rare books, and historical posters.

Why did I get an error message?

You may be using an unsupported web browser version. Try repeating your action with a more current browser. If you still get an error message, click on the Report Problems link from the bottom of any Digital Library page to send a technical issue to our staff.

How do I report a technical problem?

Near the bottom of every page there is a Report Problems link which you can use to report a problem to our technical support. Our staff reads every comment and question and will respond in a timely manner.

Whom can I contact if I notice a mistake or have additional information about an item?

Near the bottom of every page there is a Questions/Feedback link which you can use to report corrections or additional information. Once we confirm that the information is accurate, we will update the information in the Digital Library.

How do I contribute materials to the UNT Digital Library?

Please contact Mark Phillips, Associate Dean for Digital Libraries, UNT Libraries. To contribute items to our Scholarly Works Collection, see our FAQ or contact the repository librarian.

Do you have a Glossary?

Yes. If you have questions about any words found on the site, please see our Glossary page. If you encounter a word that is not in the Glossary, please contact us using the Questions/Feedback link.