Tucson Headquarters Library
About the Tucson Headquarters Library
The Tucson Headquarters Library is a research library that supports the research activities of NSF's NOIRLab by providing and facilitating access to information found in both electronic and paper sources.
The Tucson Headquarters Library supports the mission of NSF's NOIRLab in the following ways:
Informational Services: The Library purchases informational materials to support the research activities of staff; preserves, organizes, and provides access to historical information; facilitates access to information in digital format; locates and obtains journal articles; and fills information requests.
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Electronic Resources: The Library maintains a website to facilitate access to information in digital format, with links to electronic journals, reference sources, news items, and digital information sources.
Library Electronic Resources (incl. journals)
The Library maintains the Digital Archives (images, videos, and audio files), which is available to staff only through links on the Intranet.
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Physical Collection: The library maintains and circulates a collection of books, journals, atlases, observatory publications, and historical documents in astronomy, mathematics, physics, science, and technology. These materials may be checked out for an indefinite period of time, but after two weeks, if another patron wishes to see the material, we will recall it. We do not share circulation information with staff.
Physical Space: The library provides areas for quiet study and for collaborative meetings. We also have a public printer, scanner, computer, and whiteboard.
Map of Library
Publications Lists: The librarian tracks publications of Scientific Staff and publications that cite the use of data obtained from our telescopes.
NOAO Publication Lists (CTIO, KPNO, and US NGO) from 1987 through 2019; NOIRLab MSO and CSDC Publications Lists from 2020 to present.
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