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Prairie Research Institute Libraries

The Prairie Research Institute, (originally the Institute of Natural Resource Sustainability), at the University of Illinois was established by statute on July 1, 2008. The Institute now comprises the Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS), Illinois State Geological Survey (ISGS), Illinois State Water Survey (ISWS), the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC), and Illinois State Archaeological Survey (ISAS).

The libraries of the Institute are in transition. The Institute Library Advisory Task Force has made recommendations for library services and administration across the Institute which are now being implemented. The 4 libraries of the Institute will merge in summer 2011 to form a single Institute Library. Thanks to an award from the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI) and additional funding from the University Library, many materials from the ISTC, ISWS, and ISGS will soon be added to the University Library catalog, and will be readily available to library users across the state.

      • Institute Library Advisory Task Force
      • Illinois Natural History Survey Library
      • Illinois State Water Survey Library
      • Illinois State Geological Survey Library
      • Illinois Sustainable Technology Center Library

Address: 1816 S. Oak Street, Room 1027
Phone: 217-333-6892
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Institute Librarians

Susan Braxton, Head Librarian, ISAS and ISWS Librarian, 333-5856, email
Laura Barnes, ISTC, 333-8957 email
Anne Huber, ISGS Librarian, 333-5110 email
Beth Wohlgemuth, INHS Librarian, 244-4907 email


Updated 05/17/11 SB

PRAIRIE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
William W. Shilts, Executive Director
615 E. Peabody Drive, MC-650
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-333-5111
Fax: 217-265-4678
prairie@illinois.edu

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