The Raymond H. Fogler Library, on the Orono campus, is the largest library in Maine.
The collection includes:
Total volumes (physical and digital/electronic): 2.02 million
Serials (subscriptions and access, all formats): 104,000+
Research databases: 420+
United States Federal, Maine State, and Canadian federal and provincial government publications (including electronic): 2.39 million
Microform items: 1.67 million
Media: 81,834 (18,937 physical format; 62,897 streaming)
Digital Commons holdings: 19,000+
(Data drawn from library responses to the FY14 ACRL and IPEDS surveys, FY14 internal records; media and database numbers calculated in Fall 2014; serials number calculated June 2015; Digital Commons calculated November 2015. FY15 ACRL survey data will be calculated in 2016.)
Scope of the Collection
The purpose of the collection is to support the curriculum and research needs of University of Maine students, staff, and faculty. As such it includes an excellent selection of general materials to support undergraduate studies, as well as rich and varied research materials. Specialized resources include Maine-related books, journals and manuscripts; maps, physical and streaming media; music scores; educational materials for teachers and students; a nationally recognized Canadiana collection; and major sci-tech databases such as ASTM Standards and Scifinder Scholar.
Fogler Library is a Patent and Trademark Resource Center; the northern New England Regional (complete) United States Government Documents Depository since 1963; an official depository for Canadian federal and Maine state government publications; and the designated State Research Library for Business, Science, and Technology.