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The Library has numerous collections available to help you with your research. To view items within a collection click the name of the collection below. Learn more about where items are located as well as borrowing privileges for undergraduates, graduates, and staff/faculty. If you need any assistance contact a librarian.
American Indian and Alaskan Native non-circulating scholarly materials from UMD's American Indian Learning Resource Center (AILRC) are temporarily being housed in the Library Annex. The Mishoomis Collection Library in 315 Kirby Plaza consists of AILRC circulating materials.
The archives includes resources pertaining to the University of Minnesota Duluth. Special Collections include the NE Minnesota Historical Center Collections, Ramseyer Northern Bible Society Collection, and more.
Our Best Seller collection contains popular fiction and nonfiction from current bestseller lists.
Our Children's Literature collection includes fiction and nonfiction books for preschool to age 13, including Caldecott and Newbery honor and medal books.
A growing collection of games available for week long loans. Play classics like Chess and Candy Land or try something new!
Our collection of graphic novels, comics, and sequential art support the curriculum and represent a diverse range of cultures and experiences.
Our Microform collection includes microfilm, microfiche, and cartridges containing newspapers, magazines, journals, and documents.
This unique Bible collection includes over 1,800 Bibles and other scriptural works representing 410 languages.
Our Teaching Materials collection contains materials for teachers from preschool through high school.
UMD's Olive Anna Tezla Memorial Library supports the museum's fine art collections, with focused areas in ceramic art, photography, American Indian art, European art, and global contemporary art. Tweed materials are noncirculating.
The d-Commons merged with the University of Minnesota Twin Cities University Digital Conservancy which provides free public access and long-term preservation to works created at the University.