Collection overview and statistics
The primary purpose of the Raymond H. Fogler Library collections is to support the curriculum and research needs of University of Maine students, staff, and faculty. The collections include an excellent selection of monographs, journals, databases, maps, and media supporting undergraduate and graduate studies and faculty research. The library also has a number of specialized collections, including Maine-related books, records, and manuscripts; the University of Maine archives; and a nationally recognized Canadiana collection; and a growing Digital Commons@UMaine repository highlighting unique digitized University of Maine resources.
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.
The Raymond H. Fogler Library,on the Orono campus of the University of Maine, is the largest library in Maine. The collection includes:
Total volumes: 3.6 million
(count includes print monographs; print serial volumes; and 2.4 million government documents in all formats)
Microforms: 1.67 million
(count excludes government document microforms)
Research databases: 379
(15,750 physical format such as DVDs, CDs, etc.; 169,157 streaming music, audiobooks, film & video)
Digital Commons holdings: 39,000+
These statistics were updated February 23, 2017 with data drawn from Fogler Library responses to the latest (FY16) ACRL survey, and internal FY16 records, completed in spring 2017. The statistics listed here will be updated again in spring 2018.