Inside the USC Libraries

Inside the USC Libraries: Architecture & Fine Arts Library

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This thirteenth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the Helen Topping Architecture & Fine Arts Library, which supports the research needs of USC scholars and practitioners in architecture and the fine arts.

Inside the USC Libraries: Social Work Information Center

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This twelfth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries locations looks inside the Social Work Information Center, which provides on-site research assistance and access to electronic resources to the students, staff, and faculty of the USC School of Social Work.

Inside the USC Libraries: Grand Avenue Library

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This eleventh installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the Grand Avenue Library, home to an important collection of lesser-used print and other physical resources. With over two million volumes filling the library's fifteen-foot shelves, the collection covers nearly every academic discipline and includes microfilm, LPs, and government documents. Keep reading to learn more about the library, including how USC students, staff, faculty, and alumni can visit in person.

Inside the USC Libraries: Crocker Business Library

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This tenth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the Roy P. Crocker Business Library, which supports the research needs of business scholars, including the students and faculty of the USC Marshall School of Business. Keep reading to learn more about the Crocker Business Library, which offers collaborative study rooms, nearly ninety computers, electronic resources, and a selection of essential print resources. 

Inside the USC Libraries: East Asian Library

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 10/27

This ninth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the East Asian Library, which supports the educational and research needs of faculty and students of East Asian studies. Keep reading to learn more about the East Asian Library.

Inside the USC Libraries: Accounting Library

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This eighth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the Accounting Library, which was recently renovated to optimize spaces for student use. The library now offers students, faculty, and staff of the Leventhal School of Accounting updated technology and features new carpeting and furniture. Keep reading to learn more about the Accounting Library.

Inside the USC Libraries: VKC Library

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 09/29

This seventh installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the Von KleinSmid Center Library for International and Public Affairs (VKC Library), an invaluable resource for students, faculty, and other scholars of the applied social sciences. Located in the basement of the Von KleinSmid Center, the VKC Library houses specialized collections in disciplines ranging from political science to urban planning, and also serves as an official depository for government documents of the United States, State of California, and European Union.

Inside the USC Libraries: Music Library

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 09/15

This sixth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the Music Library, whose primary mission is to serve the USC Thornton School of Music. Located on the ground floor of Doheny Memorial Library, the Music Library houses a strong collection of music scores, CDs, books, and other resources for students, scholars, and practitioners of music.

Inside the USC Libraries: Feuchtwanger Memorial Library

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 09/01

This fifth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks inside the Feuchtwanger Memorial Library. The library is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Jewish-German novelist Lion Feuchtwanger and has become an essential destination for scholars researching the experience of German émigrés in Los Angeles.

Inside the USC Libraries: Science and Engineering Library

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 08/18

The fourth installment in a series exploring the many USC Libraries looks at the Science & Engineering Library. The library recently unveiled a refurbished first floor, with compact reference shelving and more space for study and instruction. Keep reading to learn more about Science & Engineering Library and its renovated first floor.