The John A. Butler Learning Resource Center and Design Library provides you with the print and electronic resources needed to complete research papers and other projects for your classes. They also provide quiet spaces for study as well as collaboration spaces for when working on team projects.
Library staff are here to help you:
- Find information needed to complete coursework
- Navigate both print and electronic resources
- Develop greater informational literacy
- Improve your understanding of the academic disciplines and industries you are studying
The Library is also committed to offering informational resources and educational support to faculty and staff.
John A. Butler Learning Resource Center (Library)
The John A. Butler Learning Resource Center supports students and faculty through its resources and services.
The Library provides a book and reference collection (both ebook and print), online databases, newspapers, periodicals, a collaboration station, individual study carrels, computer stations with curriculum-related software available, and a printer/copy machine.
Two computers are available for students, with program-specific software for: Architecture, Construction Management/Construction Project Management, Interior Design, Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology and Design & Graphics Technology.
John A. Butler Learning Resource Center
Monday-Friday: 6:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
(Library Staff are available
Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
The John A. Butler Learning Resource Center is located on the Black Level in room 43.
The Design Library is located on the Red Level in room 44.