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    Brice Hobrock, Dean of Libraries
    Hale Library

    Kansas State University Libraries consists of five libraries: Hale Library;Paul Weigel Library of Architecture, Planning, and Design (Seaton Hall); Math/Physics Library (Cardwell Hall); Fiedler Engineering Library (Fiedler Hall); and Veterinary Medicine Library (Trotter Hall).

    Hale Library is the main library. Students needing help with research can visit the general reference desk, located on the second floor, or the William R. Love Science Library, located on the first floor. Reference librarians assist students with print and electronic resources. A 24-hour study area is located on the first floor.

    Hale Library is home to services and unique collections such as microforms, government publications, interlibrary services, and the Richard L. D. and Marjorie J. Morse Department of Special Collections, which contains a variety of old, rare, and unusual books, and other materials. University Archives offers an assortment of published and unpublished materials, including photographs, that document K-State's history. The Dow Multicultural Resource Center provides research and instructional services to support multicultural programs and our ethnically diverse student populations.

    Hale Library is host to the InfoCommons, the largest computing lab on campus with more than 200 computer terminals. Hale Library also provides a wireless network for laptop computers.

    The branch libraries offer specialized services and collections for their subject areas. Fiedler Engineering Library operates on the leading edge of technology as an electronic library. The Veterinary Medicine Library serves as a gateway to biomedical resources. All branch libraries provide full research assistance and offer many of the services available at Hale Library.

    Through K-State Libraries, researchers can access information online via the libraries' catalog, databases, or e-books and e-journals. CATnet, an information discovery portal, combines the libraries resources with those of the new K-State Digital Library. Remote access to these resources is available for the K-State community.

    Topics within Auxiliary Services and Facilities:
    dAffirmative Action dInstitutional Advancement dStudent Publications
    dAlumni Association dKSU Foundation dTelecommunications Services
    dChild Care dLibraries dUniversity Press of Kansas
    dComputing and Network Services dPolice Department dUniversity Relations
    dFamily Center dPostal Service   
    dInformation Systems Office dSpeech and Hearing Center   
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    August 19, 2005