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In-Library Information Resources Guide

Current Periodicals and Reference Shelves – Main Floor
Magazines, journals, and reference materials can be found here.

Music (M call numbers) and Art Shelves (N call numbers) – Main Floor
Find books about music, including scores, chamber music, miniature scores, and LP records. Art books include visual arts, sculpture, drawing, painting, and oversize books.

DVDs – Main Floor
Includes Popular DVDs and Video Non-fiction DVDs.

Shelves with call numbers A to L, and P to Z – 2nd Floor
The bulk of our physical book collection is upstairs, on the North, West, and East sides of the floor. See a library map for more details:

Children’s Books and Picture Books – 2nd Floor
The Juvenile Collection includes classics and current children’s literature.

Young Adult (YA) Collection – 2nd Floor
The YA genre has emerged in the last decade as a hotbed of politically aware speculative fiction, worth consideration from readers of any age.

Government Documents and Periodicals – Basement
These stacks contain our federal and Florida government documents collection (left) and our periodicals collection (right), consisting of periodical installments published prior to 2009. Microfiche and microfilm collections are stored in cabinets in this area.

Archives and Special Collections – Basement
The library’s unique archival collections such as the Max Cleland Collection (pictured), the E. Clay Shaw Collection, the University Archives, and Stetson Memorabilia Collections are housed downstairs. The collections are accessible online and by appointment. See

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