Units within the Miller Center
- LRS Dean's Office
Learning Resources Services (LRS) provides contemporary academic library resources, services, and instruction that enable people to access, evaluate, apply, create, and communicate information in all formats through a variety of technologies that support teaching, learning, and scholarship. Faculty and staff specialize in the acquisition, organization, production, distribution, and use of information resources as well as instruction in scholarly information literacy and pedagogical applications of technology. LRS is organized into four workgroups - Access Services, Collections Management, Reference Services, and InforMedia Services - which provide unique services to the University community.
The James W. Miller Learning Resources Center provides access to more than 2 million print and electronic information resources, wired and wireless Internet access, more than 200 dedicated desktop computers, group study rooms, a variety of seating and study areas and configurations for up to 2300 people, a coffee shop, and a 24-hour computer lab.