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H.T.Coutts Library, Second Floor
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The second floor of the Herbet T. Coutts Education & Physical Education Library is a quiet area and holds study rooms and the majority of the library's collection. The service desk of this library is located on the main floor, which is a common area (not silent). 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.

Copyright: University Of Alberta
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Caricate: 19/12/2013
Aggiornato: 22/04/2014
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Tags: university of alberta; library; indoors; education; physical education; north campus; study space
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