12.10  Libraries

The library system for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville includes the David W. Mullins Library, which is the main research library on campus, and four branch libraries: Chemistry/ Biochemistry, Fine Arts, Law, and Physics.  Our main website contains links to collections, such as Performing Arts and Media or GIS and Maps, along with resources and instructions to help you access what you need from wherever you have Internet access.  Our library catalog provides information for traditional materials within the Libraries’ collections, and QuickSearch provides single search access to all entries in the catalog, as well as full text search of most of the e-books and e-journals to which we subscribe, other specialty databases such as Index Arkansas, streaming media, and open access materials.  The Libraries’ Special Collections acquires and preserves access to historical manuscripts, University Archives, Arkansas Collection, rare books, historical maps, and the Arkansas Architectural Archives.  Select items from these collections are digitized for our Digital Collections.  For information concerning our collections and services, please call (479) 575-4101.

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