Answered By: Lindsey Sinnott Last Updated: Jan 07, 2019 Views: 111
When you enter Marshburn, the books you see are part of the reference collection (dictionaries, encyclopedias, and directories). To the left is the Media Center, which contains sound recordings, films, viewing/listening stations, and assistive technology resources.
Marshburn Library's circulating collection (which consists of nearly 100,000 items on the subjects of art, music, business, history, literature, the sciences, modern languages, and children's literature) is primarily located on the upper and lower levels of the building. To access these floors, use the elevator or the stairs located outside the entrance to the Media Center.
For more information about Marshburn Library and its collections, visit the Marshburn Library website.