The Connelly Library supports the creative, research, and teaching endeavors of the Moore community through its dynamic resources and services. We provide a vibrant learning environment and inspire students to think inquisitively, develop lifelong information literacy skills, and enable them to realize their full creative, intellectual, and professional potential.
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Connelly Library is a member of TCLC, comprised of 50 academic libraries in the Delaware Valley. To borrow from a TCLC Library you must first fill out a Letter of Introduction and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Take the completed form with your Moore ID to the member library to access to their collections.
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All students in Philadelphia are eligible for a Free Library card at no cost and you can apply for a card online. Located across Logan Circle, contains more than 7 million items and many special collections. The Central Branch has an excellent Art Department, as well as a Print and Picture Collection, and a Rare Book Department.
The Connelly Library has a borrowing agreement with University of the Arts Libraries. Email email@example.com to obtain a Letter of Introduction.
As one of the major art reference libraries in the United States, the library houses approximately 200,000 books, auction catalogues, and periodicals dating from the sixteenth century to the present. The collection is non-circulating but access to the Library is free. Present your ID to the guard at the Perelman Building entrance to request a Researchers Pass. If you have a detailed reference question about something in their collection, be sure to contact them before you go.