The AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center
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The AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center, located between the Dr. Henry Givens Jr. Administration Building and Bosley Residence Hall, is designed to integrate the latest technology with a traditional library setting. The library houses approximately 79,000 volumes and more than 150 periodical titles, with subscriptions to several periodical index databases which provide access to articles from over 3,000 periodicals, many of which are available in full text. The library's holdings have a strong emphasis on educational materials due to the university's historic dedication to Elementary Education. Special collections include the following:

The Juvenile Collection is a unique collection of more than 13,000 children's books as well as a special section on children's literature and storytelling.

The Urban/Multicultural Collection is not just a collection of African-American history and literature; this collection includes materials on all of the ethnic groups that have influenced the development of the United States, including Native Americans, Asians, Hispanics and various European ethnicities, as well as materials on the development of U.S. cities.

The Curriculum Collection is a collection of textbook and teacher's editions used in schools for grades K-12. The collection also includes auxiliary materials for classroom enrichment.

The AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center participates in MOBIUS and reciprocal borrowing programs in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

 

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