Answered By: Beth Price
Last Updated: Mar 12, 2024     Views: 763

  • Most materials listed in the library catalog will be found in one of the primary collections listed below.

  • To find a specific item in the library building, feel free to ask the librarian for help! Or find the item's "call number" in the library catalog. The item on the shelf will have a matching call number on the spine. A call number is like the street address for a house, but will start with a letter(s) of the alphabet. Almost every physical item in the library has a call number on the spine, except newspapers and magazines. For more information see How do I find materials by call number?.

Books A-B Lower level
Books C-M Level 3
Books N-Z Level 4
Curriculum collection Level 2

 

Media materials:

   
    DVDs, Blu-rays Level 1
    music cd's Level 1
    records (lp's) Lower Level
    videotapes Level 1
Microfiche Lower Level
Music scores Level 3
Newspapers--current issues Level 1
Newspapers--microfilm of back years Lower level
Oversize collection Books with A or B call numbers are on the Lower Level, books with call numbers C-M are on Level 3, books with call numbers N-Z are shelved on Level 4.
Oversize reference Level 2; shelved by call numbers after the Z's
Periodicals-current issues Level 1
Periodicals-bound/back years Lower level
Reference Level 2
Reserves Level 1 Circulation Desk
Eden & Webster Theses Lower Level 
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