Research Guides

Research Guides each of which is designed to help you find the most useful resources relevant to your department. It contains useful information and details of recommended resources to support your studies

If you don’t know what to use or where to search to find necessary information for your research, try this guide.

Browse by Subjects

    • Call Numbers for Browsing

    Use this call number to browse the circulating & reference books. In the library collection, most materials on life sciences are shelved in these ranges of Libryary of Congress call numbers:

    • QA: Mathematics
    • QA75.5-76.95: Computer Science
    • QA76.75-76.765: Computer Software
    • QA101-145: Elementary mathematics, Arithmetic
    • QA150-272.5: Algebra
    • QA273-280: Probabilities, Math statistics
    • QA440-699: Geometry, Trigonometry, Topology
    • QA801-939: Analytic mechanics

Browse by Book Shelf Number

Book Shelf Number

Call Number







Computer Science



Numerical Analysis, Algebra




e-Book Websites List

The Library has access to thousands of e-books, from a number of different publishers and providers. These are books you can read online via your pc, laptop or mobile device. Some are available only through specialized websites as follows, but almost all are linked from library catalog.

Library Catalog

The Library Catalog keeps records of all print and non-print materials collected by the Library:

(e)books, (e)journals, magazines, newspapers, theses, electronic resources, media, microforms, etc.

It also does cover articles in journals, magazines and newspapers.

Can't Find at UNIST?

If you need books NOT OWNED by the UNIST Library, please recommend them for purchase.

Please select the “New Purchase”option and choose a format you want.

Korean books usually arrive in 1-2 weeks, whereas English books arrive in 2-4 weeks.

Need Books Urgently?

If you need books not owned by the UNIST Library URGENTLY or only for short period, please request Inter-Library Borrowing (ILB) service.

Select the “Borrowing from off-campus” option.

Books usually arrive in 3-5 days from other universities and you can use them for 2-3 weeks.