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This guide will introduce you to the Littman Library, its collections and services.
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Welcome

Welcome to the Littman Library, the only branch library on campus. We are open seven days a week to every member of the NJIT community, but mostly serve students and faculty of the College of Architecture and Design. This guide will introduce you to all that is available at the Littman Library and through the library's website.

 

The library has a variety of collections, a large part of which are circulating. Anyone holding a valid NJIT ID card may borrow materials from the library. First-time users must come to the circulation desk to obtain a library barcode sticker. This barcode number will allow you to borrow books, including materials not owned by NJIT by using the Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery services. Users also need a UCID and password to remotely access our databases, journals and reserve readings. The Library offers many services to our users, among them printing, photocopying and scanning, borrowing presentation equipment and digital cameras, access to traditional and online reserves, reference assistance and subject consultations, as well as workshops and Information Literacy instruction sessions. Learn more about the Littman Library and its services in our "Getting Started" guide.

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