Cover of Princeton Review

According to the Princeton Review, Duke University is home to one of the very best college libraries in the country (second only to Harvard). The Princeton Review, a college-preparatory company, asked students at 373 top colleges to rate their schools on dozens of topics (from professor quality to athletic facilities) and report on their campus experiences. The rankings are based on surveys of 122,000 undergraduates (an average of 325 per campus) during the 2009-10 academic year. The results are published in The Best 373 Colleges: 2011 Edition (Random House/Princeton Review).


 

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  1. [...] I recently had a student make an appointment to discuss research strategies for a class paper. She had a general idea of what topic she was interested in but was not sure where to go from there. I offered to show her around the Duke University Library website. Duke has an impressive library system, which includes nine individual libraries; the Princeton Review ranked Duke in 2011 as having the second best college library. [...]

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