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What is an 'Affiliated Library?'

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Posted: 04 Aug, 2009
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There are two types of libraries on campus: The University Library system and the Affiliated Libraries. The former includes Doe/Moffitt and the subject specialty libraries, while the latter are typically connected to particular departments, professional schools, or organized research institutes. You can learn more about how to find and access materials in each library.

Click on the image below to see the Affiliated Libraries on the campus library map. Click specific libraries  to view hours, contacts, and additional information.

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