Answered By: Lee Anne Paris
Last Updated: May 28, 2015     Views: 8

What does it mean when a book is located in reference?

Located on the 1st floor, the reference collection consists of basic reference works (such as dictionaries and encyclopedias) in subject areas encompassed by the University's curriculum, as well as those subject fields common to general information requests. An example of a title in the reference collection is the Encyclopedia of Religion. Books in the reference collection cannot be checked out, but copies can be made of useful pages or sections.

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