Exploration, investigation and knowledge creation occur across 20 campus libraries. Stanford Libraries has more than 9.5 million physical volumes in its collection, and more than one million scholarly items available via the Stanford Digital Repository that are produced by Stanford scholars or collected by librarians.
A treasure trove of material relating to the history of science and technology, including the Apple Computer archive, the Hewlett-Packard papers, and collections spanning the 21st-century gaming industry, are housed in the Department of Special Collections alongside the archives of famous literary gures like John Steinbeck and Allen Ginsberg.
The new David Rumsey Map Center is located on the fourth floor of Green Library. The first-of-its-kind map center is fully integrated with technology and Geographic Information System (GIS) software, offering state-of-the-art research facilities and methods.
Stanford Libraries has agreements and services with academic institutions around the globe, further expanding access to informational resources. For more information visit library.stanford.edu or searchworks.stanford.edu and follow @StanfordLibs on Twitter and Facebook.
Stanford University Press
Founded in 1925, Stanford University Press publishes approximately 130 books a year across the humanities, social sciences, law and business. Our books inform scholarly debate, generate global and cross-cultural discussion, and bring award-winning scholarship to the wider reading public. At the leading edge of both print and digital dissemination of innovative research, with more than 3,000 books currently in print, SUP is a publisher of ideas that matter, books that endure.
This page last modified Feb 27, 2017.