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Special Libraries


  • Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
    The Carter Library and Information Resource Center is the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' central source for information, serving the needs of DNR staff, researchers, and the public. The DNR Library can assist with questions about state environmental protection programs, history of environmental protection in Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay, and ecology of Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay. Click here to go to their email webform.

  • Maryland State Law Library
    The Maryland State Law Library provides legal information to the Maryland judiciary and other branches of State government, bar members and the public. Information specialists can assist with suggestions for beginning and advanced legal research, assistance in the location and use of sources and finding aids, and recommendations for alternative sources for legal help outside of the Library. Click here to go to their email webform.

  • Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (LBPH)
    The mission of the Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped is to provide comprehensive library services to the eligible blind and physically handicapped residents of the State of Maryland. Click here to go to their email webform.

  • National Agricultural Library (NAL)
    Professional reference (research and specialized information center) staff at the National Agricultural Library can help you find the agriculture related information you need. Staff members answer questions using authoritative, pertinent resources and produce online guides to myriad food, farming, environment and agriculture topics. Let them help you. Click here to go to their email webform.

  • National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC)
    The National Rehabilitation Information Center focuses on disability and rehabilitation research. Information specialists provide quick information and referral to agencies, organizations, and publishers providing services and support for people with disabilities. Their collection of more than 50,000 disability and rehabilitation research documents is open to the public and indexed on their website. Click here to go to their email webform.

  • Pathfinders for Autism
    Pathfinders for Autism is dedicated to providing accurate, timely, and accessible information to individuals with autism, their families and professionals. The Pathfinders for Autism Resource Center offers caring, knowledgeable staff to respond to calls and email inquiries. Our website provides an on-line, searchable database with information on services and programs throughout Maryland as well as articles, recommended reading, professional training, a calendar of autism-related events and more. In addition, we have a Walk-in Center, offering hands-on tools and resource exchange. Click here to go to their email webform.

  • WorldCat® by OCLC
    WorldCat connects you to the collections and services of more than 10,000 libraries.