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Littman Library Resources for Faculty at the College of Architecture and Design : Library Services

Library Services

Welcome to the Littman Library - the only branch library on campus located in the Hillier College of Architecture and Design building. The main Van Houten Library is located in the Central Avenue building (#30 on the campus map).
The Littman Library webiste provides extensive information about our resources and services.
You can also contact a librarian 
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Faculty can schedule a consultation with a librarian to learn more about library services, policies, and collections.
  • Get help with identifying and locating materials for research and teaching.

  • Schedule a general or course-specific instruction session to help students learn how to find, evaluate and use resources available in the library and on the internet.
  • Ask a librarian to design a research guide/tutorial for your course.
  • Those who use Moodle can request information literacy materials to be included in the course management system for your particular class.
  • Request a demonstration on how to use any discipline-specific database.
  • Alerting service: ask Maya to be notified about new titles arrive or review new books online. Also, you might want to attend "Tea in the Library" events to evaluate new acquisitions.
  • Suggest materials for the collection by sending e-mail to Maya.
  • If the library does not own a book or a periodical, consider requesting it via Interlibrary Loan (for books) or Rapid Document Delivery (for articles). You can also borrow materials in person at VALE libraries.
  • Reserve a  room/space with projection available for an individual meeting or a small group discussion.
  • Reserve space and time in the Digital Scholarship Lab at:

For more information about the library consult the Introduction to the Littman Library guide.

If you have any problem with presentation equipment contact Media Services at 973-596-3005.

If you have a question or need assistance do not hesitate to contact library staff in person, by phone or via e-mail.



Materials Library

To access the Materials Library inquire at the front desk. You can also search the Material Connexion database or visit their library in New York. More information can be found in the Materials Collection research guide.

Digital Scholarship Lab







The recently established Digital Scholarship Lab, a space to work on projects that employ digital tools and methods, is equipped with two computers, flat-bed scanner, book scanner, projector and printer. Using Oculus Rift set students and faculty can explore their 3Dmodels in Virtual Reality environment or work on other projects. The Lab houses a series of workshops as a part of  “Skills Exchange” program.  For more information about reserving this space check

Library Equipment

  • The Library provides access to flat-bed and slide scanners as well as a large size scanner. The Xerox printer can be used as well to scan materials and send them via email.
  • The Library houses XGA projectors, laptops and VHS and DVD players (one is a blu-ray player) that can be reserved for your class presentations as well as a large LCD screen and a stand-alone screen that can be used in the small seminar room or checked out. The Littman Library has a limited number of projectors and laptops; additional equipment is available at Media Services.
  • An instruction session on how to use the equipment can be arranged upon request.

Placing materials on reserve

To request  books, articles, images and other documents to be placed on regular or electronic reserves, contact a librarian in person or by email ( A previously existing reserve can be re-activated on demand as well. Reserves can be found on the library website under course or instructor name.

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University Heights, Newark, New Jersey 07102-1982
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