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library2.jpg Located in Nome on Northwest Campus, the Student Resource Center contains thousands of publications-books, magazines, journals, newspapers, video and audiotapes and several computers with internet access. In addition to shelving more than 17,000 books, the library offers access to printers, a copier, microfiche/film readers (minimal fee to cover paper costs), a video-conferencing room and an online card catalog.

The Student Resource Center is dedicated to Emily Ivanoff Brown (1904 - 1982). Mrs. Brown, whose Eskimo name was Ticasuk, was born in Unalakleet. She became distinguished and well known for her life long quest for learning, her efforts to learn about her own Eskimo heritage and her desire to record and pass on a knowledge and appreciation for the unwritten history of all her people.

Rasmuson Library Off-Campus Library Services provides research assistance to UAF students, faculty and staff. If you reside out of the Fairbanks area or if you are traveling outside of the Fairbanks area, they are your connection to Rasmuson Library.

Through the Rasmuson Library web page you can link to Rasmuson library and Off-Campus Services resources.

Off-Campus Library services can be reached by:
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