We are happy that you are here and encourage you and your students to use the library, including our many resources and services. We have 500,000 print books, over half a million e-books, over 40,000 journals, and hundreds of databases. We also have expert staff who can assist you with your research. Please don't hesitate to ask a librarian if you have any questions or need help.
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You are most welcome to bring your students to the library; we just ask that you follow the procedures below.
Bringing your classes to the library for study time or group work
We have two areas on the main floor that can be reserved for TIP classes; each has tables and computers. The first space has 15 computers that can be reserved; the second has 16 computers that can be reserved for TIP.
To arrange to bring your class to the library,
Bringing individual students or small groups of students to the library to retrieve books
If you are bringing individual students to the library to check out books, you do not need to make a reservation.
Please note that students who want to use the library during their free time will need to have TIP adult supervision.
The library has a number of computers; most are dual-boot iMacs located on the main floor. You and your students are welcome to use them to access online resources and use Microsoft Office applications.
You and your students are welcome to borrow materials. You'll find information about all of our books, videos, and periodical subscriptions in Davidson Library WorldCat, our online catalog, which is accessible from the library hompe page.
Have a question? Need help?
Please stop by the Information Desk or ask a librarian. Librarians are on duty Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm. We'll be happy to assist you!