The Hunter College Libraries are comprised of our main space, the Leon and Toby Cooperman Library along with the Zabar Art Library and our Archives and Special Collections at 68th Street, the Health Professions Library at the Brookdale Campus and the Schools of Social Work and Public Health Library at the Silberman Campus. We have open stack collections and hold over 800,000 volumes and over 1,200 print periodical subscriptions, as well as providing access to 100,000 ebooks and over 180,000 electronic periodicals. Hunter College Libraries online resources include primary sources for the past 4 centuries, science and social science datasets, streaming media and over 60,000 digital images. Our Library spaces include collaborative work areas, smaller study rooms (on a reserve basis) and many areas for quiet study. We also loan out laptops and tablets for student use. Our newly renovated main floor of the 9-floor Cooperman Library includes an Information Commons, remote printing services, collaborative study cubicles (Co-Labs), a dining area, whiteboard laminated tables, interactive wayfinding devices and a fully wired Reading Room. The main entrance to the Cooperman Library is located on the 3rd Floor of Hunter East.