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Art and Architecture Library
Listings of rare art, architectural documents as well as illuminated manuscripts and collections. Information is available on research facilities, services, access and available equipment.
Branner Earth Sciences Library and Map Collections
Provides an overview and history of the collection, various encyclopedias, handbooks and journals in earth sciences and cartography. spanning over 300,000 documetns. Also contains GIS data and map collections. Multimedia materials are also available.
Cecil H. Green Library
Lists of computer clusters and network access points, CD-ROM stations, a stack directory and map of the library, periodicals and social sciences and humanities collections. Links are also included for a general information center, visitors, and staff.
Information on finding library materials, circulation, collections, contacting the library, facilities, equipment, hours of operation, details on interlibrary borrowing, available publications and the reserve list.
Computer Science Department Technical Reports and Notes
Research reports available for download by FTP.
Cubberley Education Library
Contains research aids such as on-line resources and databases, handbooks and encyclopedias, reports, publications. Offers a variety of collections, college catalogs, curriculum guides, government publications and dissertations. Links to various services such as course reserves and requisitions, equipment, and staffing.
Offers on-line resources and databases, subject guides, course reserves, videotapes, news, equipment services, staff information and location.
Falconer Biology Library
Provides publications and handouts, as well as brief guides to BIOSIS and AGRICOLA, MEDLINE, SciSearch, and other databases of interest to users of biological sciences information. Also available are services such as course reserves, interlibrary loans, and library instruction.
Hoover Institution: Library and Archives
Library and archives of Hoover Institution, a think tank on the campus of Stanford University.
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University
Includes information on collections, exhibitions, programs and publications.
J. Henry Meyer Memorial Library
Houses the East Asia Library Collection and provides related services for teachers, professors, students and researchers. Has facilities for users with disabilities. Links provided to access and circulation guidelines, floor plans, equipment and staff.
Lane Medical Library
Provides a range of on-line resources and reference material including e-books, e-journals, databases and reference tools. Provides customised research toolkits for various disciplines within the field of medicine. Includes information on accessing resources and details of the functioning of the library.
Mathematical and Statistics Library
Provides quicklinks, guides and publications, the Mathematical Sciences Collection, the Undergraduate Collection, an archive list of new books, interlibrary services, document delivery, reference services and news.
Special Collections & University Archives
Provides public services to aid in accessing library offerings. Collections include rare books and manuscripts, the university archives, historic maps, selected electronic media and music, exhibits and publications. Links to assistance, staffing and reference resources.
Stanford Auxiliary Library
Houses infrequently-used Dewey and Library of Congress classified monographs and journals from the collections of Stanford University Libraries as well as materials relocated from Green Library. Materials shelved in SAL are identified as such in Stanford's online catalog, SOCRATES, as well as by stack directories in the Green Library and in SAL. Materials are arranged in Dewey and Library of Congress call number order on compact moveable shelving and are easily browsable.
Stanford Law School
Offering several graduate programs in law. Admissions, course listings, library services and information.
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Library
Provides information services to support Laboratory research programs in high-energy and particle physics, particle accelerator theory, design and construction, synchrotron radiation-based accelerator theory, design, and instrumentation. The SLAC developed SPIRES was the first U.S. database on the web. Includes a series of on-line reference materials and guides to regulal library use.
Stanford Music Library
Includes facility information, circulation policies, collection description, and Stanford music links.
Stanford University Libraries
A central source for library information and research. Contains various catalogs and search tools, lists of libraries and collections, available services and databases, articles on how to access and use various research tools and library systems, and mechanisms for obtaining research help.
SUL/AIR Preservation Department
Responsible for ensuring that the materials collected by SULAIR to fulfill the knowledge and information needs of the Stanford and worldwide scholarly communities are available now and in the future. The Department participates in a wide variety of activities and provides an array of services such as: treatment and repair of damaged and deteriorated materials, digitization, microfilming, photocopying, media reformatting, materials preparation and collections housing, disaster prevention and response, preventive preservation, collection assessment, and conservation on-line.
Swain Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Library
Provides access to Socrates, science and engineering databases, e-journals, course reserves catalog, Web Guides directory, CPIMA/SURE, news, chemistry and chemical engineering databases, chemistry and chemical engineering toolbox, chemical lab safety guide, polymer chemistry guide and the Swain Guide.
Tanner Philosophy Library
A duplicate collection to serve the research and teaching needs of the faculty and graduate students in the Philosophy Department. The main philosophy research collection is located in Green Library. Materials are available to the entire campus community.
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