Cook Has That? Really?

October 17, 2012 at 7:00 am Leave a comment

There are a lot of hidden treasures in Cook Library, you just have to know where to look.  For example, did you know?

  • On the 5th floor next to the Academic Achievement Center, Cook Library has a children’s book collection. We have fiction, nonfiction, classics, and new additions.
  • Special Collections and Archives on the 5th floor and online has thousands of historic photographs, old editions of the Towerlight, past course catalogs, and lots of other fascinating TU treasures
  • Cook Library has a leisure reading collection. You can find cookbooks to help you whip up your next culinary masterpiece or the latest bestseller to unwind with after a hard week.
  • Need to borrow video equipment or edit a video? Media Resource Services on the 2nd floor has what you need.
  • If you are looking for a quiet place to study, Cook has a Quiet Study Room at the back of the 2nd floor, in room 200c.
  • At the front of the 2nd floor, Cook Library has a series of day-use lockers.
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