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ENGL 4290: Topics in Medieval Literature (Camp): Library Spaces and Services

About the Libraries

 

 

Main Library

The UGA Libraries include the Main Library on North Campus, the Science Library on South Campus, the Miller Learning Center in central campus, and the Russell Special Collections Building near North Campus. There are also smaller libraries in the School of Art, College of Education, School of Music, and the Health Sciences Campus.

Library Building Hours are on the homepage; service desk and department hours are on the all hours page.

Ask Us!

For this class, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.

Research help is always available:

Chat:      http://www.libs.uga.edu/chat/

Text: 706-890-3228

Call: 706-542-3251

Email: ask@uga.libanswers.com

Visit: At the reference desks on the entry floors of the Main Library and the Science Library. You can also make an appointment for an individual consultation with a librarian for one-on-one help over Zoom or in person.

Study Spaces

The Libraries and MLC still have a variety of study spaces. See our study spaces page for more information, or the campus-wide Study Space Locator.

Quiet study spaces are on the upper floors of the Main and Science libraries and the top floor of the Miller Learning Center. A few open one-person study carrels are on floors 3-5 of the Main Library; the rest are assigned to graduate students for the semester.

Group study rooms in the Main Library are at the back of the first floor, and more group study space is on the 4th floor north side (colorful space). The Miller Learning Center has 96 group study rooms.

Your Librarian

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Kristin Nielsen
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Contact:
Main Library Research & Instruction Department
knielsen@uga.edu
706-542-0654

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