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The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, August 22, 19847B
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By KEVIN E. WASHINGTON
New UNC students will find 16
libraries scattered across the campus.
With their student identification cards
as passports, freshmen, transfer stu
dents, returning upperclassmen and
graduate students will be able to use
At first, freshmen and transfer
students may find the library system one
big maze, but a number of orientation
programs have been designed to help
For the most part, the Robert B.
House Undergraduate Library will be
the first library new students meet. The
124,000-volume library is open from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thurs
day, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and
10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sunday.
Myrna Schwartz, assistant librarian
at the undergraduate library, said all
students may ask for an informal tour.
Students in English 1 and 2 classes will
be introduced to the library's resources
The library's special academic orien
tation for classes acquaints students
with the Reader's Guide to Periodical
Literature, the Congressional Digest,
the Harvard Guide to American History
and any other reference materials
students will be using.
Schwartz said that students needing
help with writing assignments may
come back for a term paper consulta
tion. Students may schedule a consul
tation for assistance in finding research
materials any time between 8 a.m. and
5 p.m. and some evenings, she said.
For students in special reserve classes
or those just looking for entertainment,
the nonprint center houses the library
system's collection of audiocassettes,
records, films, slides and videocassettes.
The videocassette library has a variety
of instructional and entertainment
films, from Advanced Spoken Japanese
to The Year of Living Dangerously.
New theatrical releases such as Silk
wood and Melvin and Howard can also
be found in the videocassette library at
If the number of students wanting to
use the nonprint center gets too high,
those on reserve lists will have priority.
Students settling down to more
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serious research later in the semester will
probably use the new Walter Royal
Davis Library located next to the
Carolina Union. The library has eight
floors and contains more than 1.8
Beginning today at 3 p.m., Davis
Library will conduct tours for incoming
students and other interested patrons,
said Assistant Librarian Elizabeth
Wagner. Tours will be conducted twice
daily at 1 1 a.m. and 3 p.m. with tours
beginning at the main entrance on
Thursday, Friday, and Aug. 27-29. On
Aug. 30 and 31 there will be tours at
3 p.m. After Aug. 31 there will be a
tour every Wednesday at 3 p.m., she
Wagner said students do not have to
sign up for tours and may even arrange
for formal tours ahead of time. Tours
last from 30 minutes to an hour. She
said several class sections will also tour
the library during the semester as part
of the Undergraduate Library orienta
Wagner said that although Davis
Library was mainly used by graduate
students, undergraduates should feel
free to come by.
Most of the Davis collection was
moved from Wilson Library, the old
main library for the campus. Wilson
Library is presently being renovated,
Wagner said, and the only entrance to
the library is across from the Bell Tower
on South Road. She said the library
is now a special collections library
housing the North Carolina Collection,
the Rare Book Collection, Southern
Historical Collection and the University
Archives. During the renovation,
Wilson will only be open from 8 a.m.
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UNC's largest library, the Walter Royal Davis Library, opened last spring to students
to 5 p.m.
Other libraries, geared toward stu
dents in specific curricula, will also be
opening their doors to new students.
For the most part, these libraries have
special orientation programs for either
students in a specific curriculum or
For example, the Library of Health
Sciences will conduct an orientation
program for all incoming students in
the health sciences. Associate Director
of the Library Gary Bird said students
interested in touring the library may
arrange for informal tours.
Students and faculty using the Health
Sciences Library must bring UNC
Indent ification in order to get a library
card to borrow materials, Byrd said.
Several libraries on campus are more
like reading rooms than libraries. One
such library is the Sociology and
Policital Science Reading Room
located on the second floor of Hamilton
Hall. It is used mostly by graduate
students and upperclassmen, said
librarian Judy Marks. However, she
added, freshmen are also welcome.
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