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Clark Family Library Orientation

An online orientation to Clark Family Library Services

Overview

Library Floor Maps

Clark Family Library has two floors. You can find group study areas, spaces for quiet study, computers, printers, scanners, and books (obviously). Review the floor maps below to learn more about each floor.

Floor Plan

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The main floor of the Library is home to: the library classroom, group study rooms, current and back issues of journals, the reference collection, faculty publications, microfilm, plays, restrooms, an accessible elevator, and the service desk for patron assistance.   
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The lower level of the Library has: an expanded archives storage area, work room, and viewing room; the Walker Room; the Advising & Disability Services Office and the Testing Center; updated restroom facilities; and all of the library's circulating collection.   

More Information on Library Resources & Services

Upper Level

 
  • User Services Desk
    • Check in & out books
    • Course Reserves
    • General Information
    • Research Help
  • Computers 
    • PC and Mac workstations
    • Laptops for in-building use can be checked out after 5pm. 
  • Printers 
    • Free, unlimited black & white printing
    • Color printing available for a fee
  • Scanners
  • Library Classroom
  • Study Rooms
    • Video Viewing Room
  • Collections
    • DVDs
    • Play Scripts 
    • Read & Relax
    • New Items
    • Faculty Publications
    • And more!

Lower Level

  • Walker Room
  • Archives
  • Richard Barber's Office & the Testing Center
  • Quiet, individual study spaces
  • Collections
    • Children's Book Collection
    • Circulating Book Collection