Find layout maps of the Upper, Main, and Lower levels of the Zondervan Library.
Maps include locations for departments, offices, Library collections, and call number ranges.
The Main level hosts several departments: Academic Enrichment Center (including Writing Center, Tutoring, Academic Advising), IT User Services (including Help Desk), and Zondervan Library and University Archives staff offices and public service desks.
Several Library Collections are featured on the Main level, as well, including Fiction, Graphic Novels, Games, DVDs, Audiobooks, Juvenile collections (i.e., Nonfiction, EZ, MG, YA, Graphic Novels, and DVDs), Lewis & Friends Collection (i.e., Nonfiction, Fiction, Juvenile), Periodicals (e.g., academic journals, popular & trade magazines), and the Christian Ministries Department's Curricula.
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The Lower level hosts staff offices for a couple of departments--Taylor University Online (TUO) and Zondervan Library--as well as processing spaces, interlibrary loan services, and a few conference/meeting rooms.
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The Upper level hosts quiet study spaces for students--individual study carrels and tables, group study rooms, and standing tables.
The Main Collection, which features our circulating nonfiction (Dewey Decimal call numbers 000-999), takes up most of the book stacks on the Upper level. We have a small Reference Collection, which is for in-Library use only, on a half-height shelf just inside the doors on the Upper level.
Many of the study rooms have TVs or monitors that you can connect to for group work or viewing course video content. Cables and remotes for connecting to study room devices are available at the Check Out Desk. Simply request the cable box for the corresponding room number (e.g., ZON 203) and Library personnel will assist you with checking it out.
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