Microfiche & Microfilm
Several Microfiche Collections are located on the first floor in Room 124 (the Microform Room) next to the Information Commons Annex. These include the ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) microfiche of documents in the education field and the LAC (Library of American Civilization) microfiche of American magazines and books published through 1914. Other microfiche collections include Crime and Juvenile Delinquency, the Afro-American Rare Book Collection, Value Line Investment Guide, and curriculum guides.
Many periodical back issues are available in the Microfilm Collection. The microfilms are also located on the first floor in Room 124 (the Microform Room) next to the Information Commons Annex. Most microfilms are organized alphabetically by title and chronologically within each title. Publications include the New York Times, Times Educational Supplement, Times Literary Supplement, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, London Times , Atlanta Journal, Barrons, Christian Science Monitor, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Harris County, Georgia Newspapers.
Microform readers and readers/printers are located to the left when entering the library, beyond the Circulation Desk.