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The James B. Duke Memorial Library was originally constructed in 1967 to replace the Carnegie Library on campus, and was extensively renovated in 1999. The 56,553- square foot facility is designed to support an independent and collaborative learning environment for undergraduate and graduate students. The first floor includes a gallery, exhibit space, the Center of Information Desk, reference collection, journal collection, eight individual study rooms, a printing station, two student lounge areas, computer stations, and KoKoMo’s Coffee Café. Technical services and the librarian offices are located on the first floor. The second floor houses the general book collection as well as the Black Heritage Room, the Inez Moore Parker Archives and Research Center, the President’s Conference Room, four group study rooms, computer stations, the Faculty Instructional Technology Sandbox, Multimedia room and the Information Technology (IT) Helpdesk.

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