We redefine “study” at Morris Library. We have a variety of study spaces, exhibits, collections, services, events and even special treasures. There are group study rooms as well as adaptable, technology-laden rooms that facilitate collaborative learning. All of this and more along with thousands of volumes, microforms, current periodicals and serials, DVDs, sound recordings, e-books and full-text databases as well as extensive collections of government documents, maps, films and more. Our “OneSearch” discovery tool makes it easy to connect with resources and our faculty and staff members are always ready to help. Our Special Collections Research Center is home to gems including a hand-written Abraham Lincoln speech, a 1597 world atlas, a clay tablet dating to about 2400-2200 B.C. and a page from the Gutenberg Bible, the world’s first printed book.