| Loden-Daniel Library |
Loden-Daniel Library is located on the west side of campus
between Bradfield and Hall-Roland Hall. The Library's
main entrance opens towards the Commons, but a wheelchair-accessible
entrance is also available on the Library's Hall-Roland side. Loden-Daniel
Library is where you'll find our book collections, reference sources,
and current and bound periodicals. You'll also find
reading areas, study areas, and even a coffee bar in the Loden-Daniel Library.
Located on the first floor of the Draughon Education
Center, adjacent to the Loden-Daniel Library, the
Annex houses the library's collection of audiovisual
materials. The Library AV Annex provides several study
rooms that accommodate video and DVD viewing, as
well as listening stations for records, tapes and
CDs. All audiovisual services, such as TV/VCR requests for
classrooms, are handled in the Library Annex. It
is also the home of the FLIX Collection, a collection
of recent and classic DVDs available to the student body.
Learning Resource Library
The Learning Resource Library (LRL) is located on the ground floor of the Gardner Center in Room G11, across from the Graduate Education Office.
The LRL provides access to over 14,000 juvenile books, education periodicals, textbooks, and teaching kits.
It sells many items for the classroom, such as bulletin board paper, borders and poster boards, and provides lamination, die cut, CutOut Maker,
and book binding services.
Archives & Special Collections
The Library's Archives & Special Collections are found on the first floor of the Old Main Adminstration Building in the Roland Historical Room. Old Main is located to the north of the Draughon Education Center and west of Wallace-Gano.
The Archives cover over 140 years of University history and feature nearly 30,000 objects and 500 linear feet of documents.
Because of the special - and very fragile - nature of many of these materials, they can only be used on-site. Space is also available for group instruction.