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Homepage for all services and resources provided by the Abbot Vincent Taylor Library at Belmont Abbey College.

About the Library

The Abbot Vincent Taylor Library contains more than 150,000 print books, 400,000 e-books, over 100 databases, and other digital sources, multimedia collections (DVDs, CDs), periodicals and microfilms, all searchable through the online catalog—Alexandria. Wireless internet access is available throughout the building. The main floor houses the Learning Commons, featuring reading and reference areas with workstations, group study tables, laptop plug-in carrels, and the Carter Center computer lab where reference librarians teach research skills and information literacy, and which are also available for faculty reservations. The Main floor also houses the technical services and interlibrary loan department, administrative offices, and equipment for printing, scanning, faxing, and photocopying. On the lower floor are current and bound periodicals, rare books, the monastic collection in the Benedictine Room, and multimedia materials and equipment. The open-stack book collection is classified according to the Library of Congress system. The book stacks are located on both the main floor and the lower level.

The primary goal for our area is to provide the college community with the technology and tools necessary to be successful, and to help you to access and retrieve the information you need. We look forward to helping you navigate your information needs.

Library Staff

Alexxis Lynn, MLIS

Director of Library Services
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Megin Vickers, MLIS

Media, Serials & Digitization Librarian

Dr. Denis Obermeyer

Curator, Rare Books & Special Collections

Elizabeth McManamon

Cataloging & Technical Services Specialist

Regina Aizcorbe

Reference Assistant

Komal Sodha

Circulation Assistant

Bradley Baker

Evening Reference Specialist