H.T.Coutts Library

The H.T.Coutts Library is the primary resource library for the faculties of Education and Physical Education and Recreation at the University of Alberta. The Main Floor holds the service desk, a Mac Lab, Common Area, and one of the library's book collections. This library also has a second floor and basement. These contain a quiet area (second floor), study rooms (second floor), the majority of the library's collections (second floor), common area (basement), and puppets (basement).

The Herbert T. Coutts Education & Physical Education Library is located on 87th Avenue and 112 Street on the North Campus of the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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