Cubberley Education Library

485 Lasuen Mall
Stanford CA 94305
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<p>The Cubberly Education Library is on the second floor of the School of Education building,&nbsp;by the clock tower&nbsp;on Stanford campus. It is an airy and spacious place that feels welcoming without the turnstiles and ID-checking of many other campus libraries. The library's grandeur matches the style of the old building. Portraits of the&nbsp;first dean of the school, Ellwood Patterson Cubberly, and his wife, former deans and important contributors to education frame the high walls.</p> <p>The library provides information services to the School of Education at Stanford and covers a wide range of topics in the social sciences and education. It&nbsp;also encourages visitors from the field of education, and especially area educators, to come and use the resources on-site. Borrowing privileges can be purchased at the Cecil H. Green Library privileges desk on campus.</p> <p>Educational resources of Cubberly include: handbooks, databases, encyclopedias, case studies, curricula, kits, data sets, government publications, journals, tests, dissertations, websites, children's books, catalogs and style manuals.</p>