- Harriet Irving Library
- Science & Forestry Library
- Engineering Library
- Saint John Library
- Law Library
Since the 1950s, UNB Libraries has been building a working collection of maps and as of the 1990s has been adding spatial data to extend our research and teaching as the data become available (and affordable). The UNB Map Room has compiled a list of useful Internet sites of federal, provincial and international sources of cartographic material to supplement the print collection found in the UNB Libraries collection. Many items from the collection may be found in Quest, UNB Libraries' catalogue, and most items in the collection may be borrowed for a period of two weeks, subject to the same terms and conditions as other materials in the UNB library system.
Facilities in the Map Room include drafting tables, a light table, and large study tables. Cartographic material in the collection includes:
Spatial data files require GIS software to use. The University of New Brunswick has a site licence for academic use for ESRI products (such as ArcGIS) and for CARIS products. Contact David Fraser for information on accessing these programs, registering for ESRI's Virtual Campus courses, or CARIS training.