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Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room

Introduction

The Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room located on the first floor of the Bing Wing is designed to facilitate a range of social science learning and research activities. A social science reference collection of over 15,000 volumes as well as classic texts, new and notable publications, and current issues of core journals in the social sciences are available. The Jonsson Reading Room is also home to the Social Sciences Resource Center computer cluster. Adjacent to the reading room is the Jonsson Library of Government Documents. This collection includes the U.S. Federal Government, State of California, United Nations, and Organization of American States depositories, documents from other international agencies and foreign countries, as well as large collections of commercially produced microfiche, microfilm, computer tapes, and other electronic products.
 

History

The Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room is named in honor of Erik Jonsson's outstanding achievements in business and technology, and his parallel commitments to education and community service. The room was dedicated on July 16, 2003.

Photo Tour of Restoration

If you would like to view a short photographic tour of the reconstruction project in the Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room, please start here.  

Floor plan

Map of the Jonsson Social Sciences Reading Room (PDF)



Last modified: January 24, 2008

   
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