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Books - The main campus book collection can be found on the third floor of the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library building.  The books are arranged according to the Library of Congress classification system.

Journals - The print journal collection can be found on the south side of the second floor. Bound and current journals are filed together.  The collection is organized by LC classification numbers.  Use the catalog to find the LC number for the journal you need.  The libraries own a large collection of electronic journals.

Media - Media can be checked out from the first floor circulation desk.  Use the catalog to find streaming video, DVD, VHS, CD, and records.   Schedule media as early as possible.  Ask for VHS and DVDs at the media desk.

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Subject Librarian

Subject Librarians foster inter-relationships between the library and her or his assigned academic departments.  Your Subject Librarian is ready to help you learn about the University Libraries' facilities and services. Contact your Subject Librarian today and make an appointment!

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