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Welcome to Holland and Terrell Libraries , which jointly house collections in the social sciences and humanities. To take your tour, just follow the instructions below. 1. Handout Rack (tour starts at the main entrance to Holland and Terrell Libraries): Pick up more information about the Libraries here. 2. The Atrium: You are on First Floor, Terrell Library. Around the first floor rotunda are a variety of services. Turn right and pass The Quiet Study Lounge . Compton Union Building (CUB) Entrance. You can check out books with your WSU ID card at the circulation desk located on the right. Library Instruction classrooms and Academic Media Services –AMS (for University teleconferences) are also located in this area. Continue around the rotunda. 3. Books/Information. This is the entrance to the Reference Collection and the Terrell 1 st Floor book stacks. Enter this room. Nearby counters hold Internet computers that access the library’s online catalog, and many other electronic resources. In the center of the room, you’ll see the 4. Reference Desk. Here librarians and staff answer your questions and help you with research. The shelves on the right of the room contain the Reference Collection, materials for use in the reference area only. Also note the Group Study Rooms. The glass-fronted rooms on the far right are available for study groups. To the left of the Reference Desk, notice 5. Maps/Atlases. The sloping atlas case contains many world, regional and historical atlases. The nearby file cabinets contain regional, national and international maps.
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  • Spring '13
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  • Dewey Decimal Classification, Terrell Library, Terrell Libraries, Holland First Floor Hall

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