The Warden Memorial Library is located on the ground floor of the Johnston Center. The library holds over 111,000 volumes of books, bound periodicals, and audiovisual materials. As a member of OCLC, the library has access to over 70 million items through interlibrary loan. The library is open seven days a week during the school year and Monday through Friday during the summer.
Books may be checked out for two weeks. Students may check out audiovisual materials for two days. Periodicals and reference books do not circulate. Multi-purpose computer terminals in the library provide access to the computerized card catalog (OPAC), electronic databases, Microsoft Office programs, and the Internet. Most of the library’s databases and its entire e-book collection are available remotely to any student with Internet access; databases include CINAHL, JSTOR, and Business Source Complete. The library also contains several notable collections, including the Senator Ross Bass Archives, the Methodist Reference and Rare Book Collections, the Zimmerman Judaica Collection (incorporating the Glatzer Collection), and additional local history and rare book collections.
The library has a multi-purpose printer/copier/scanner, compact and full-size laminators, two group study rooms, and a listening and viewing room for audiovisual resources. Wireless access is now available for all laptop/tablet users. More information on printers/copiers/scanners can be found below.
The library’s regular hours, staff, policies, and services can be found in a brochure available at the library. Please pick up a copy of this brochure for more information or download and print your own here.
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Contact Richard Madden, (931) 363-9844, ext. 3795, email@example.com
Mr. Richard Madden
Director of the Warden Memorial Library
Ms. Jessica Barber
Ms. Chris Van Doran
Ms. Caitlin Augustin
Public Services & Circulation
Ms. Lisa Aschliman