A.J. Eastwood Library
Finding Things in the Library
The basement houses the Curriculum Lab which contains
K-12 textbooks, teaching aids, juvenile collection and other useful materials
to support the education program.
Reference Area contains books one would ‘refer to” for information than read cover to cover. These are for library use only.
available one a first-come, first-serve basis. Print jobs may be retrieved
at the circulation desk for a small fee. Both color and monochrome printers
are available for use on a charged fee per page basis. Costs range
from 10 cents/page for monochrome output to as much as $1.00/page for
full color/full coverage color laser printer jobs. Printing to these
printers is also available from the campus networked PC labs.
Periodical Indexes, especially valuable for current and up-to-date information,
are important for finding articles in periodicals. A Holdings File at
the index tables lists periodicals in the library’s collection, or titles
can be found in the online catalog.
Current Periodicals is where the most recent issues of
periodicals and newspapers are located. Older periodicals are in the
stacks arranged alphabetically by title. Older newspapers are moved into
the staff workroom until they are discarded or replaced by microfilm. Periodicals
and newspapers may not be checked out.
Music Area has records, scores,
and listening devices. (Headphones,
needles and CDs are available at the circulation desk.) While all students
are welcome to use the music area, music majors have preference.
Microform is available for selected back issues of periodicals and The New York Times.
Holdings not found in the cabinets are filed in the periodical stacks. There
is no charge for copies.
Copier costs are 10 cents/page. All students
use the copier by the new bookshelves. Student assistants are allowed
to use the faculty copier only during normal working hours (Mon.-Fri.,
8:30-5), after obtaining permission from their professor, and signing
in at the circulation desk.
Circulation Desk is the place to check out and return library materials, borrow
headphones and needles for the music area, pay fines, borrow reserve
material, find change for the copier and receive assistance.
Browsing Area includes sofas, chairs, and tables to encourage light reading.
Second floor – holds books arranged by the Library
of Congress classification number. These
books may be checked out at the circulation desk.
Need help? Ask the library staff.