Answered By: Research Librarians
Last Updated: May 24, 2023     Views: 2

A reference book is a book that includes background information or facts about a particular topic or subject area. These can usually take the form of a textbook, encyclopedia, dictionary, manual, or handbook. The library's reference collection is located past the Research Center and the computers. These books cannot be checked out and used only in the library. When you are finished using a reference book, please place it in a cart or other designated area instead of placing it back on the shelf. 

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