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The Henry Whittemore Library, named for a President of the University who served from 1898 to 1917, is a 7-level structure completed in 1969. Its collections presently include approximately 200,000 book volumes, 600,000 units of microforms and 1,500 periodical subscriptions and a variety of online databases. An online public catalog combines the holdings of the Library and the Minuteman Library Network. These resources are supplemented by online computer systems for information retrieval, including Internet access to databases world-wide. The Curriculum Library, Archives, and Special Collections rooms contain many materials unique to the University. The student and faculty help desk is located on the lower mezzanine and serves as a central place for all students, faculty, and staff to go for IT support.
The Modern Language, Music, and Communication Arts departments are housed here. There is also a darkroom, a TV production studio and an editing room utilized by the Communication Arts department.
Other facilities housed in the Library include speech and language labs, classrooms, reading and lounge areas, and a poetry room.
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