In addition to Tisch and the other Tufts libraries, a number of departments and research centers at Tufts have established their own collections; many of these are listed below. Tisch Library is not responsible for these collections, so if you have questions about borrowing from, or would like to suggest additions to, these collections, please contact them directly.
Located in Paige Hall, Room 103, the Education Department's Curriculum Resource Center (CRC) provides materials to support Education students. Education students can use computers and other video-making equipment, take advantage of technology training opportunities, and use the CRC's collection of journals, books.
The Child Development department maintains the Evelyn G. Pitcher Curriculum Laboratory, which contains a library, studio workshop, technology center, classroom, A/V and multimedia center dedicated to the study of children. The Lab is open to members of the Tufts community.
The GIS Center, located in Tisch Library, houses a small collection of geographic information systems (GIS) data on CD-ROMS, DVDs, as well as some books about using GIS. The GIS Center is a non-circulating library. Books and tutorials may be used by the public, but GIS software and data are restricted to members of the Tufts community. Additional resources may be located by searching the Tufts Library Catalog.
The LGBT Center @ Tufts holds an extensive collection of queer related books, magazines, and videos, as well as subscriptions to a variety of gay-related magazines, including The Advocate, Curve, Out, and others. Bay Windows, New England's weekly gay paper, is also delivered to the center. The LGBT Center has recently relocated its library listing to a new website called Librarything. It has the listing of all our holdings and is searchable by keyword, title, and/or author.
The Stevens Library (Room 157) of the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development houses the department’s theses, dissertations, and faculty publications. See also the Evelyn G. Pitcher Curriculum Laboratory.
The Tufts Digital Library is a place to explore and discover Tufts' research and teaching online. Collections include faculty and student scholarship, photograph and image collections, oral histories, student and university publications, and more.
The Women's Center maintains a library of books, films, magazines, and other resources that are available for use in-house. Books may be checked out to members of the Tufts community. A catalog of the Women's Center's books is available at LibraryThing.
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