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The Medical Center Library & Archives provides the services and collections necessary to further educational, research, clinical, and administrative activities in the medical field. Services are available to Duke Medicine faculty, staff, and students in the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, allied health programs, and graduate programs in the basic medical sciences. The Library also serves Duke Hospital and Health System.
10 Searle Drive; DUMC 3702; Durham, NC 27710 DIRECTIONS
Here are some basic facts about the Library and Archives as of June 30, 2017.
Statistics are taken from two reports to national associations:
- Association of Research Libraries [ARL]
- Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries [AAHSL]
Internal reports have been used (where there is no designation).
Staff: 24.75 FTE (Library 21.75; Archives 3)
Core biomedical electronic journal subscriptions: 846 [ARL]
Total health sciences electronic journal titles: 14,019 [AAHSL]
Biomedical online databases: 108 [AAHSL]
Total print volumes: 176,545 [AAHSL]
Total book titles: 50,126 [AAHSL]
Items borrowed from other libraries (ILL): 1,432 [ARL, AAHSL]
Library Website usage: 1,656,401 pageviews [AAHSL]
Educational Sessions: 186 [ARL]
Reference/Consultation Services: 14,661 [ARL]
Electronic (Email and Instant Messenger): 4,486 [AAHSL]
Online tutorials available: 82 [AAHSL]
Linear feet in Archives collection: 11,844 [ARL]
The Library is located in the Seeley G. Mudd Building
Medical Center Communications Center and Library
The overarching goal of the Medical Center Library & Archives (MCL&A) is to respect your rights to freely access information and to protect your privacy in terms of the information that is used or accessed.
Duke University Community Commitment
Because diversity is essential to fulfilling the university’s mission, Duke is committed to building an inclusive and diverse university community. Every student, faculty, and staff member — whatever their race, gender, age, ethnicity, cultural heritage or nationality; religious or political beliefs; sexual orientation or gender identity; or socioeconomic, veteran or ability status — has the right to inclusion, respect, agency and voice in the Duke community. Further, all members of the University community have a responsibility to uphold these values and actively foster full participation in university life.
For more information, connect to Duke’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Website produced by Duke's Office of the Provost.
If you have comments, suggestions, or feel that the Library could make improvements to better meet your needs, please contact Megan von Isenburg, Associate Dean for Library Services and Archives.