Kilby School Library Media Center exists to support the goals and curriculum of Kilby School and is located in Kilby School Building on Pine Street across from Norton Auditorium.
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Kilby Library is open during the regular public school year Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Kilby School Media Specialist
Kilby Library supports the curriculum of Kilby School with materials and services to assist in instruction, provide access to information, and to promote literacy and the enjoyment of reading, viewing, and listening. Story times, book talks, and booklists are used to encourage reading. The library provides materials for the students in grades N-6, with these materials also available to UNA students, faculty, and staff.
The Kilby School Library Media Center contains children's books, professional books, periodicals, and audiovisual materials and equipment.
The Music Library and Listening Center is an instructional support unit of the University of North Alabama and is located on the second floor of the Music Building, Room M-211.
Spring and Fall semesters - Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer semester - 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays
Eleanor McClellan, Music Library Specialist (256) 765-4521 or (256) 765-4375.
The Music Library serves as an instructional facility for the Music Department. The Listening Center is used for listening assignments and for the enjoyment of listening. Collier Library provides additional reference service, periodicals, and a circulating book collection for music students.
The Music Library provides videocassettes, kits, audiocassettes, phonograph records, compact discs, computer software, and music scores. Only faculty and staff are allowed to charge out these materials. Materials available to students are to be used in the Music Library only.
Reserves: Books and articles required for student reading may be placed on reserve each semester in the Music Library or Collier Library. Audiovisual materials placed on reserve for class assignments for listening are kept in the Listening Center.