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Law Library -
An external board of library supporters whose role is one of advice and advocacy, assisting the University Librarian by pointing out significant opportunities, recommending approaches to new challenges, and suggesting ways to raise the Library's profile among the University's constituency. The Board provides leadership for fund raising by helping to identify and secure financial resources, as well as committing personal support.
The Library Council is composed of nine faculty members, two members of the professional library staff, one graduate student and one undergraduate student, all appointed by the Provost. Members of the Library's Executive Group serve ex- officio. The Council exercises general supervision over matters of policy in the Perkins Library, the Lilly Library, and the libraries of the Divinity School, Biological & Environmental Sciences, Physics-Mathematics, Chemistry, Music, and Engineering.
Department which coordinates the computerized operations in the library.
5 Anson St., Durham, (approximately 8 miles from campus.) The first phase in the renovation of Perkins Library has begun with the opening of the multimillion dollar library storage facility. The new site, which will replace the current 700,000-volume Duke Offsite Storage, will house 3 million books and has the ability to expand to hold 15 million volumes. The LSC is the Perkins Library System's primary remote-storage facility. In
addition to LSC/DOSS, there are other storage areas throughout the Perkins Library System. If you need a book or periodical listed in the online catalog as being in "Library Service Center," "Duke Off-Site Stacks," "PIT," or "NSR," etc. use the form on the LSC web page.
Lilly Library -
Lilly Library is located on the East Campus and houses the collections on the visual arts and art history, drama, and philosophy as well as the
film and video collections, which make up the Paul B. Williams Multimedia Broadcast Center. Formerly known as Woman's College Library (WCL) and East Campus Library (ECL).
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