About Our Collections
Electronic Resources |
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Music & Media |
Reference Sources |
Guide to Collection Development
- Atlas Collection
- The Library maintains a small collection of less than 200 historical
and geographical atlases in a separate location on the 2nd
Floor of Library North. These atlases too tall or wide to be shelved
in the general book collection.
- Books Collection
is the designation given the Library's main circulating collection of more than 700,000
books. These books are shelved in Library
of Congress call number order as shown below.
|A - H
|| Books that are
OVERSIZED (too tall
or wide) are shelved separately
on special bookshelf ranges located AT THE END
of regular call number ranges. There are oversized ranges
|J - QE
|QH - Z
- Electronic Resources
- This is the Library's large and rapidly expanding collection of full-text online
electronic books and periodicals. Find our electronic
books by using the Library
Catalog Advanced Search and making sure that Material
Type is set to eBooks. Find our full
text electronic journal articles by using our Library
Database page and
our Find Journals, Magazines, &
Books (aka: The Juvenile Collection)
- The Library maintains a small collection of juvenile books
for children and young adults. This collection is located on
the 3rd floor of Library South. These books are classified in the Dewey
Decimal Classification System.
You can search for Children's Books by using the Library Catalog Advanced Search and selecting Children's Books as the Location.
- Microforms Collections
- The Library's collection of journals and books in microform format
is shelved behind the Service Desk on the 1st floor of Library North. To use items from this collection request them at the Service Desk.