Baylor has several research libraries, institutes, and centers, and is also home to Library and Academic Technology Services. Visit each here and in person to learn more about the great people and resources at your disposal to advance your research, learning, and teaching.
Armstrong Browning Library and Museum
The Armstrong Browning Library is a research center and museum dedicated to the study of the lives and works of Victorian poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning and houses the world’s largest collection of Browning material and other fine collections of rare 19th-century books, manuscripts, and works of art.
Arts & Special Collections Research Center
This interdisciplinary Center is home to resources and services for research and performance in music, art, theater, and special collections in all disciplines.
The Baylor Legal Research and Technology Center
Located within the Umphrey Law Center, the Sheridan & John Eddie Williams Legal Research and Technology Center serves the legal research needs of the faculty, students, and alumni of Baylor Law, the wider University, practicing attorneys, and the general public.
The Institute for Oral History
The Institute for Oral History has recorded and preserved oral histories since 1970, earning along the way a strong reputation for multidisciplinary outreach to both academic scholars and community historians by providing professional leadership, educational tools, and research opportunities.
The Keston Center for Religion, Politics & Society
As part of the Baylor University Libraries' Special Collections, the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society works with the Keston Institute in Oxford, United Kingdom, in carrying out its mission and is committed to the preservation and utilization of the library and archive.
Library and Academic Technology Services
Library and Academic Technology Services (LATS) stands at the intersection of research, learning, teaching, and technology. LATS helps faculty and students with different forms of online learning, develops and deploys library systems, provides technology across campus in classrooms and beyond, and more.
Moody and Jones Libraries
Welcome to Baylor's academic life center located at the heart of the Waco campus! In Moody and Jones you will find personal assistance with research questions, academic support through the University Writing Center, resources for creating audio, video and 3D renderings, HelpDesk+ tech support, flexible learning spaces, access to rare collections, and much more! While you are here, visit Starbucks in the Moody foyer to power your learning and research.
The School of Education Learning Resource Center
The Learning Resources Center (LRC) provides materials related to education subject fields, to child and adolescent learning and psychology, and to professional knowledge that supports the School of Education curriculum.
The Louise Herrington School of Nursing Learning Resource Center
The Nursing Learning Resource Center is in the basement of the Academic Building at 333 N. Washington Avenue in Dallas. It specializes in nursing resources that support faculty research and nursing student learning.
The Texas Collection and University Archives
Located on Baylor's historic Quadrangle, this library collects, preserves, and provides access to materials documenting the history, heritage, and culture of Texas and Baylor University.
W. R. Poage Legislative Library
The W. R. Poage Legislative Library is a congressional research center comprised of the Baylor Collections of Political Materials, the Bob Bullock Archive, and the Graduate Research Center. Located adjacent to the Moody and Jones Libraries, we offer unique research collections, quiet study spaces, and a host of resources to support graduate education at Baylor.