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The University of Connecticut Libraries system comprises the central research collections held by the Homer Babbidge Library in Storrs; the libraries of the schools of Music and Pharmacy; Archives & Special Collections, housed in the Dodd Research Center; and the gateway libraries at each regional campus--Avery Point, West Hartford, Torrington, Stamford, and Waterbury. Other UConn libraries, operating as independent entities, include the Lyman Maynard Stowe Library at the Health Center in Farmington and the School of Law Library in Hartford. In this Guide, the official UConn Libraries are designated with a tilde (~).
Each UConn library serves as a "gateway" through which students and faculty can access the resources of the entire system. While each library is unique, and each has its primary clientele, the libraries cooperate to provide access to their collections and services to all members of the university community who may have need of them. The holdings, excepting those of the Law Library and the Lyman Maynard Stowe Library, are available electronically through HOMER. An extensive list of electronic resources is distributed to all UConn libraries via the Web, and the delivery of books and journal articles among campuses is expedited via express package delivery and fax.
The information resources of the University, however, extend well beyond those collected and maintained in the official library system. To meet specialized needs, many departments and agencies have assembled collections of materials that provide local, convenient support for specific programs. This guide attempts to identify all of the significant libraries, information centers, reading rooms, and other research resources available to faculty, students and staff.
To be included in this publication a collection must be made accessible to the university community by the department or agency responsible for it. Access to departmental resources varies; for complete information call the number listed with each entry.
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