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Galvin Library Joins the Center for Research Libraries

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The Paul V. Galvin Library has joined the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), an international consortium of university, college, and independent research libraries. Membership complements, but does not replace, the Library’s existing collection by providing access to five million books, journals, documents and newspapers.

Collection Strengths

  • Rich holdings in STE print serials through a partnership with the Linda Hall Library of Science, Technology and Engineering
  • More than 800,000 non-U.S. dissertations
  • The largest circulating collection of newspapers in North America—more than 16,000 newspaper titles from all world regions and from every U.S. state—mainstream dailies and opposition papers, rare publications from international conflict zones, U.S. ethnic titles and early African-American newspapers
  • Area Studies: major collections of news, government documents, and archives from Africa, Latin America, Middle East, Europe, Asia, and South Asia

Benefit to You

Request purchases. CRL will acquire foreign dissertations, newspapers, and archival materials on request at no charge for researchers at IIT.

Save time and money traveling to primary collections by using the Library’s access to CRL’s vast collection.

Keep materials longer. Long runs of CRL materials are loaned for entire academic cycles and the duration of advanced research projects.

 

Search CRL’s collection or contact your subject specialist to learn more about how CRL can support your research.

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