"A library's Reference Collection is used to gather together in one convenient location standard references like encyclopedias, handbooks, and dictionaries that will provide answers to questions on any topic in any field of research."
"It is called a Reference Collection because its use is limited to in‐library reference and because it is used heavily by the library's Reference Department to answer library patrons' questions quickly. Ideally, a library's Reference Collection should provide resources that will quickly answer any question posed by a library patron or that will at least direct the patron to a source that will answer the question."
University of North Florida Digital Commons
The Reference Collection is split between two areas on the library's Main floor. Rows 21 - 23 contain Reference Section and Row 35 is the Quick Reference Section.
The Canadian Abridgements (blue and tan books) Row 23
The Canadian Abridgements Consolidated Table of Cases (red and tan books) Row 23
Halsbury’s Laws of Canada (black and red books) Row 21
Canadian Encyclopedic Digest (black binders) Row 35
Canadian Case Citations (brown books) Row 23
Canadian Statutes Citations (blue and grey books) Row 23