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This guide covers how to identify relevant and reliable sources for research, how to navigate online and in-person resources at the University of Maryland, and how to cite sources within a research product.
We have resources for architecture, urban planning, historic preservation, real estate development, and landscape architecture. This guide will help you navigate resources available to help you in your research online and in-person.
What can the library do for you?
Here are just some of the resources the Architecture library can provide.
Copying, scanning, and printing.
Books, ebooks, print journals, maps, and periodicals.
Research assistance from the Librarian and the staff.
7 AM to 11 PM swipe card access for faculty and students in the School's Architecture, Planning, Preservation, and Real Estate Development Programs.
Mondays through Thursdays 11 AM to 4 PM, doors open.
Monday through Friday 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM.
This page was designed by Teaching Fellow Edie Sandler, Spring Semester 2016.