landman library

about the library

the bette e. landman library is a three-story building at the heart of the arcadia campus. in 2002, a multi-million dollar renovation campaign brought the former atwood library firmly into the 21st century with a solid show of support from the entire university community. its striking design won a 2005 aia/ala library building award.

the library is a member of two consortia, the southeastern pennsylvania consortium for higher education (sepche) and the tri-state college cooperative (tclc).

facilities
  • over 60 open computers
  • several group study rooms
  • two computer classrooms and one general classroom
  • beaver college room
  • curriculum lab
  • grand reading room
  • information commons collaborative workspace
  • university archive
  • judith taylor student art gallery
  • instructional technology lab 
  • writing center
resources
  • 120,000 print books
  • over 40,000 online journals
  • over 35 online databases
  • over 400 volumes of leisure reading 
  • over 3,000 k-12 resources
services
  • reference and research assistance
  • information literacy instruction
  • interlibrary loan
  • course reserves
  • copyright guidance
  • institutional digital repository