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The University Libraries, comprised of Love Library and six branch libraries, is the only comprehensive research library in Nebraska. In the branches, students will find specialized collections on subjects such as: architecture, engineering, geology, mathematics, and music. Agricultural materials can be found at the C.Y. Thompson Library on the East Campus. Love Library, the six branch libraries, and the Marvin and Virginia Schmid Law Library, offer both in-house and remote access to a robust set of on-line information services. The Libraries Encore search interface offers access to a vast array of resources including electronic books, full-text journal articles, image databases, and online archival material. Library services include in-person, telephone, and online reference and research assistance, specialized subject area research assistance, and interlibrary loan and document delivery services. The UNL DigitalCommons, a hosted institutional repository for faculty and student scholarship, is the nation’s second largest. C.Y. Thompson and Love Library have wireless networking, and laptop computers are available for check out. Computer labs are located in Love and C.Y. Thompson Libraries.