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Places you can go in the Library

In addition to its collection of books, the library has other resources available to help you complete your research projects.  Many of these resources are tied to a particular area or location in the library.


This libguide will introduce the various, special locations in the library and identify the resources available at each location to help you complete your projects.

 

 

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Research Need Location Features
Quiet Public Space Honnold Fourth Floor
  • The entire Fourth Floor of Honnold is designated a quiet study area for patrons to use as they conduct their research.
Place to hold group discussions Group Study Rooms
  • Great place to work on group projects.
Place to watch movies and videos for class Media Viewing Room
  • Great place to watch videos for class
  • Has a DVD player capable of reading international DVDs
Reservable Personal Study Spaces Study Carrels
  • a personal study space that can be reserved for an entire semester
  • a place to leave the books you are using for your research projects
General Computing Search Center

  • The computers in the Search Center are equipped to handle your basic word processing and web browsing needs.
Advanced Computing

GIS/Quantative Science Lab

Keck Learning Room

  • The GIS/Quantative Science Lab houses several computers loaded with the software necessary for GIS and complicated statistics.
  • The Keck Learning Room is a computerized classroom used to instruct students on how to use research tools and other programs.
Storage

Lockers

Study Shelves

  • Lockers are a great space to store your personal items

  • Study shelves can be reserved for an entire semester and are a useful spot to shelf books you are using for your research.
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