People tend to check in during these times:
The Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami Libraries documents Cuba and its diaspora by collecting, preserving, and providing access to resources for research, teaching, and learning.
CHC provides lockers to store your personal belongings while you get to work. Ask the front desk about how to obtain a key.
Leave your mark at CHC by signing the guest book at the front desk.
Want to use one of our images in your book, article, or documentary? Find out how: http://library.miami.edu/photocopies-digital-reproductions/
Hate killing trees? Bring your own digital camera to take photos of the research material instead of requesting photocopies. Just remember to turn off the flash.
CHC is available as a study area during our hours of operation, though researchers utilizing our materials have priority seating in our Reading Room.
Need a snack or coffee break? There's a Starbucks located just downstairs and the Hurricane Food Court is nearby to help you get through those mid-afternoon lulls.
Our space is for quiet individual study. No cell phone calls please.
Remember, food and drinks are not permitted in the Reading Room.
If you are planning on using matterials from the collection, i strongly encourage you to bring a digital camara, so that tge matterials dont have to be put through the photocopying process.