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Can I take reference books and periodicals out of the library?

Last Updated: Feb 17, 2015  |  73 Views
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Reference books and periodicals are for in-house use only and cannot be checked out or taken out of the library. You can make copies of reference texts or articles from periodicals at $.10 per page. Copiers are located on the main floor in the Learning Resource Center and on the second floor in the alcove between the stairs. There is also a scanner behind the Circulation Desk on the first floor (please ask the worker at the desk before using).

The library's reference books are located on the first floor of the library in the Reference Room. Books belonging to Reference are marked with the letters REF on the spine labels. Periodicals include all the journals, magazines, and newspapers housed on the second floor of the library.

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