Circulating - materials in the circulation collection are located on the 1st and 3rd floors, shelved using the Library of Congress (LC) call number system. These books can be borrowed for 4 weeks.
Reference - books are located on the 2nd floor of the library near the reference desk. These books must remain in the library. They use the same LC call numbers.
Reserves - located at the circulation desk. During library hours materials on reserve can be checked out for 2 hours for use in the library. Materials can be checked out over night within the last hour the library is open, and must be returned the next day within the first hour the library is open.
Search LancerQuest for books, articles, videos, and so much more:
You may be tempted to use Wikipedia to get quick information or an overview on a topic, but there are hazards in using an openly editable document for research. IF you choose to use Wikipedia, ALWAYS check the sources then use those sources instead --- it is always better to have the original source of the information.
A better way to locate brief overviews is to use one of the published encyclopedias that the Morgan Library subscribes to and are available here:
These resources also provide bibliographies or lists of other resources to help you locate more information. Encyclopedias are a great place to start your research.