Book holdings, print and e-books at the Emory Libraries.

Student reading printed-out article

Emory Libraries provide access to all types of articles from peer-reviewed journals, newspapers and magazines, and professional trade publications.

Journals and Newspapers

Emory Libraries provide access to over 100,000 journals and newspapers.


Emory Databases for Research and Teaching.

Books with reserves labels
Course Reserves

Course Reserves are required and recommended course materials made available to students at the request of faculty.

Films and Videos

Overview of film and video collections in Emory Libraries, available in physical and streaming formats.


Emory Libraries provide access to many types of audiobooks, including audiobooks on physical media (CD, cassette, LP), streaming audiobooks available for checkout, and streaming audiobooks from subscription databases.

Music and Scores

Emory has extensive music collections of audio and video recordings in physical formats in the Marian K. Heilbrun Music and Media Library and access to large subscription streaming music and video databases. Emory also has extensive collections of physical and online music scores.

Graduate student working with laptop and paper
Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The Emory Theses and Dissertations (ETD) Repository holds theses and dissertations from the Laney Graduate School, the Rollins School of Public Health, and the Candler School of Theology, as well as undergraduate honors papers from Emory College of Arts and Sciences.

Archives and Special Collections

This page provides a high-level introduction to various archives and special collections available at Emory University.

Patron on laptop with bookshelves in background
Faculty Scholarship

This page lists resources related to faculty published works.

Affordable Textbooks and Teaching Materials

The purpose of the Affordable Textbooks and Teaching Materials (ATTM) initiative is to promote awareness of and access to course materials that are up-to-date, satisfy academic needs, and are affordable to students.

James M. Sommerville, Christian Schussele. Ocean Life. c. 1859. Image and data provided by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Public domain.

Emory has high-quality digital images for educational use. Use this page to find images you need and learn more about discovering, researching, citing, and presenting images.


Emory Libraries provide access to a substantial number of quantitative data resources and services as well as assistance in utilizing such resources for research and teaching.

1906 Atlanta City Map

Emory has a small collection of print and digital maps, and offers GIS and mapping services for teaching and research.

Student with book volume and laptop
Government Documents

The Robert W. Woodruff Library along the Macmillan Law Library are Depository Libraries for U.S. Federal Documents.

Donated books
Gifts in Kind

The Emory Libraries welcome gifts in kind from Emory students, faculty and staff and from the community.