Robert W. Woodruff Library

The Robert W. Woodruff Library brings together technology specialists and librarians in one facility to provide a range of services, such as collections, study space, research help, etc., to support the academic mission of Emory University.

Graphic Narratives and Comic Collections at Emory: Past, Present and Future

Graphic novels exhibit opens Feb. 11

A sample of Emory Libraries’ impressive graphic novels and comic book collections will be on display on Level 2 of the Woodruff Library.

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Research Tools and Study Spaces

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Articles+

Access to millions of scholarly publications

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Databases

Find the best library databases for your research

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eJournals

Find electronic versions of journals, magazines, and newspapers

Subject Librarians

Find a specialist to help with your research needs and schedule a research consultation

Interlibrary Loan

We can borrow items from libraries around the world on your behalf through Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Reservable Spaces

Carrels, faculty studies, graduate study rooms, short-term group and individual study rooms, and more

Computing and Technology

Level 2 Library Service Desk

Equipment Collections

Audio visual equipment readily available for the Emory community

Levels 1, 2, 3, 4

EaglePrint

Printing/copying/scanning for both the main and Oxford campuses

Throughout Woodruff Library

Learning Commons

Library computer workstations, multiple printing stations, group study rooms, loaner tech, and more

Level 4 Lobby Wing

MediaLab

Resources and technology for graphic design, video, audio, and image editing, web development, and 3D modeling

Level 1

Production Studios

Video, photo, and audio production, practicing and recording presentations, and online conferencing and streaming

Faculty and Instructor Technology

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Woodruff Library Building

Map, directions, and parking for the Woodruff Library Building, home of the Woodruff Library, Rose Library, Business Library, Schatten Gallery, Banjo Coffee, and more

Visitor Information

The Woodruff Library Building welcomes non-Emory affiliated researchers and visitors during visitor hours