Lindley and Kaneaster Hodges, Jr., Reading Room
The Lindley and Kaneaster Hodges, Jr., Reading Room contains the current periodicals collection, microform collections and readers, and a copy center. The Hodges Reading Room provides a quiet reading environment with seating for 148 and has network and wireless connections. There is also a quiet computing area with 22 workstations. Staff maintain about 1200 current periodical titles, about 15 domestic and international newspapers, and extensive microform collections, including guides and indices to the microform collections. Periodicals are shelved in call number order using the Library of Congress (LC) cataloging system and are listed in the library catalog. Photocopiers and microform readers are available to patrons. There are also public workstations allowing patrons to access the online catalog. Consult our Frequently Asked Questions for other information.
- Locating call numbers of materials
- Locating materials housed in the Hodges Reading Room
- Using microform readers and scanning software
- Using copiers
- Directional assistance
- Circulation of portable microform readers and some microforms