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The UNL Libraries
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LOVE LIBRARY ARCHITECTURE LIBRARY C.Y. THOMPSON LIBRARY The UNL University Libraries consists of the main library, Love Library, and six branches – Architecture Library, CYT Library (East Campus), Engineering Library, Geology Library, Math Library, Music Library, as well as the Marvin and Virginia Schmid Law Library (East Campus), and a storage facility (LDRF, Library Depository Remote Facility, East Campus) – the collection currently contains over 3.1 million print volumes and more than 44,000 current serial subscriptions.
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ENGINEERING LIBRARY GEOLOGY LIBRARY MATH LIBRARY MUSIC LIBARY MARVIN AND VIRGINIA SCHMID LAW LIBRARY LIBRARY DEPOSITORY REMOTE FACILITY Don L. Love Library
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Love Library is the main library of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is located on City Campus. It includes the primary humanities and social sciences collections, science collections, general materials for all disciplines, University Archives, and special and rare book collections. The bulk of the government documents collection is housed in Love Library, as are a large number of the microforms. Love Library consists of Love South, Love North, and The Link which connects the two buildings via the second floor.
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LO VE SOUTH AND NORTH CIRCULATION DESKS The Circulation Desk is the first service point encountered upon entering Love Library from either the South Entrance or the North Entrance. The Circulation Desk is the place to do many things: • Check out, renew, and return materials • Recall books checked out to other patrons • Request searches for missing books • Pay fines • Obtain material put on Reserve • Add money to NCard account • Get change • Check out laptops or group study rooms Circulation services are available in conjunction with Love Library hours, however Love North Circulation Desk closes at 8 p.m. S-T and 5 p.m. F/S with services limited to check out, renewals, and returning materials including laptops.
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GENERAL COLLECTION General Collection material, which includes all circulating books, as well as older, bound periodicals, is housed in Love North and Love South. Love North has three floors; Basement, First Floor, and Second Floor. Love South consists of four main levels; Basement, First, Second, and Third Floors. In addition to the four floors of Love South, a core “stacks” area is divided into levels. Levels 1, 2, and 3 correspond with the numbered floors. “A” denotes a level between floors and results in levels BA, 1A, 2A, and 3A. Easy access to these levels is provided by the elevator located inside the stacks area, and stairwells located in the far corners of the stacks. General Collection materials are often referred to as the “stacks”. The stacks are open access which means library visitors may walk through the aisles and see what is on the shelves.
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