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There’s a hidden treasure in Los Alamos and UNM-LA Library Director Dennis Davies-Wilson wants to help you find it. For a community like Los Alamos, there’s no greater treasure than access to information and the academic library at UNM-Los Alamos is open to the public and ready to serve any citizen of New Mexico, Davies-Wilson said.
“All services, except for interlibrary loan, are free to the community,” he said. “Community members interested in interlibrary loan services should contact library staff for information about the process and the fee involved.”
Community members are invited to register as a UNM-LA Library patron. This provides access to approximately 22,500 volumes and a variety of online resources, including 168,000 indexed periodical titles. Patrons older than age 18 are allowed to use the library’s computers. Adults need to accompany those younger than 18, unless they are enrolled at UNM-LA.
“We’re very lucky to have three distinctly different libraries open to the community of Los Alamos: Mesa Public Library, the LANL Library and the UNM-LA Library,” Davies-Wilson said.
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