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Kelvin Smith Library welcomes individuals who have personal research needs, and offers on-shelf collections for browsing, reading, and photocopying. Our primary mission is to support the teaching and learning activities of the Case faculty, staff, and students and while the majority of our computers require the Case network ID logon, we reserve some Guest computers for the public’s research needs. Click on the link for additional information is on this page about access, hours, and using the collections.
The Kulas Music Library is a satellite library of Kelvin Smith Library. It houses Case Western Reserve University’s library collections in the area of music. The library contains 45,000 items, including music scores, books on music, sound recordings, video recordings, microforms and music periodicals. The library also contains a listening room for using the sound recording and video collections.
The Freedman Center is a partnership between the College of Arts and Sciences and the Kelvin Smith Library. Established in 2005, with over 2,700 square feet of highly functional workspace and state-of-the-art equipment, the Freedman Center harnesses the power of modern technology and combines it with the driver of academic creativity.