ACM hosts two libraries on campus, incorporating a collection of 6,000 items. Manning Hall houses the Pearson Library devoted to art and art history. The Centre d’Etudes Françaises houses a library devoted to the humanities and literature, with books in French and English. Each library has six computer workstations for students. ACM subscribes to JStor and Artstor and has access to a number of open access collections, such as OPEN RESEARCH LIBRARY (OPL), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ZLibrary, Academia.edu, MET Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, Material Culture of al-Andalus, MET Publications, Getty Publications Virtual Library, V&A Search the Collection, Archnet, and the Guggenheim. ACM participates in AMICAL, a consortium of American international liberal arts institutions, working together on common goals for libraries, technology, and learning. ACM’s collection of online resources is constantly growing and evolving. For questions on ACM academic information resources, please contact the Coordinator for Academic Information Resources, Dr. Yumna Masarwa.