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Bowie State University

The Thurgood Marshall Library enhances the mission of Bowie State University by developing, selecting, acquiring, and organizing print, electronic, audio visual resources, and equipment appropriate to the University's academic programs. The Library recognizes the varied information needs of its students, faculty, staff, alumni and community users and attempts to address those needs. The Library also promotes information literacy education by collaborating with the University faculty in utilizing current technology and teaching methods to enhance an instructional program that teaches library clientele how to access, evaluate, and utilize information.

Coppin State University

Parlett L. Moore Library, named for Coppin State University's second president, Parlett Longworth Moore, supports the instructional program and provides an environment conducive to general intellectual enrichment and continued learning. 

Frostburg State University

The Lewis J. Ort Library supports the mission of Frostburg State University by developing, selecting, and organizing resources appropriate to the University's academic programs. The Library recognizes the varied information needs of its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community users, and suitably addresses those needs. The Library further promotes information literacy education for its clientele by utilizing current technology and by providing an instructional program that teaches Library users how to access, evaluate, and utilize information for research purposes.

Loyola Notre Dame Library

The Loyola Notre Dame Library provides information services and resources to support the academic programs and educational concerns of Notre Dame of Maryland University and Loyola University Maryland. 

Morgan State University

The mission of the Earl S. Richardson Library is to support the academic programs of Morgan State University, an urban doctoral research university. The Library provides resources and services to sustain learning, teaching, research, service, cultural and extra-curricular enrichment. Major functions that the Library performs include, but are by no means restricted to, the following: Evaluate, select, and acquire resources for the Library’s various collections; process, provide, and preserve resources for access by library users; provide reference, informational, and technological services; and foster intellectual curiosity, research and information literacy skills for life-long learning. 

St. Mary's College of Maryland

The St. Mary's College Library, Archives, & Media Center is a visionary, inventive, and resourceful organization committed to developing an ethically and socially responsible community. We provide equitable access to information and tools that support the pursuit of knowledge, at all levels, in all disciplines by empowering users to learn, collaborate and create. 

Salisbury University 

The Salisbury University Libraries cultivate and sustain a superior learning community by providing user-centered services and information resources in an engaging environment dedicated to the free exchange of ideas and excellence in learning, teaching, scholarship, creativity, and service. SU Libraries consist of three facilities: the Guerrieri Academic Commons, the Edward H. Nabb Research Center, and the Curriculum Resource Center

Towson University

Albert S. Cook Library is the campus library for Towson University (TU). They provide the resources, services, and spaces that the community needs in order to find, evaluate, and use information appropriately and ethically. 

University of Baltimore

Robert L. Bogomolny Library cultivates knowledge creation within members of campus, the Baltimore metropolitan area and beyond. We do this by teaching the skills and insights necessary to navigate the ever-changing information landscape and ensuring access to resources, learning spaces and technology.

The mission of the University of Baltimore Law Library is to promote and support the scholarly, research, and curriculum needs of the students and faculty of the UB School of Law; and to make available law and law-related resources to the UB community and to the public.

University of Maryland, Baltimore 

The Health Sciences and Human Services Library is dedicated to meeting the evolving information needs of our diverse communities through provision of expertise, resources, and services in an environment supportive of the University's mission, vision, and core values.

The Thurgood Marshall Law Library is dedicated to providing access to legal information to law students, faculty and the greater UMB community.

University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)

The Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery promotes intellectual growth and creativity by developing high quality collections, facilitating access to information resources, and furthering innovative teaching and learning. In support of the University's mission, our Library is dedicated to diversity, social responsibility, and lifelong learning.

University of Maryland, College Park

The mission of the University of Maryland Libraries is to enable the intellectual inquiry and learning required to meet the education, research and community outreach. The Libraries at the University of Maryland are comprised of six branches: McKeldin Library, the Architecture Library, the Art Library, Hornbake Library, the Michelle Smith Performing Arts LibrarySevern Library, the STEM Library, and Priddy Library at the Universities at Shady Grove.

University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

The Frederick Douglass Library functions as a viable component of the University's academic program through an organized structure which embraces Public and Technical Services. There are nine closely interrelated departments which render academic support services to students who engage in undergraduate and graduate study, continuing education and research, and also to faculty who employ both traditional and innovative methodology in the teaching-learning process and research of the university. Rendering service to the entire university community in support of teaching, research and service is the primary purpose of the library.

University of Maryland Global Campus

The mission of the UMGC Library is to (1) educate students and the UMGC community about information and digital literacy for finding, evaluating, and using information successfully; (2) partner with faculty, administrators, and staff in building next generation learning solutions; (3) provide information resources not otherwise available to students, faculty, and staff; and (4) preserve and promote UMGC's history.

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

The UMCES Library serves the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and is housed at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory.

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