Babson Learning Resource Center (LRC) The Babson Learning Resource Center (LRC) serves as the “gateway” to information for the students, faculty, and staff of the university. Our Academic Collection is completely electronic. These e-resources are selected in consideration of the specialized business curriculum offered at Webber International University. The E- collection provides over 200,000 academic e-books as well as a vast assortment of video files, audio files, images, and journal articles. These e-resources have the advantage of being updated on a regular basis and are accessible to our students anywhere, anytime on multiple mobile devices. A small print collection of Popular Fiction is maintained for recreational reading. Several networked computers and a printer, as well as wireless service, are available in the LRC for student use. Small groups may meet and work together in our 3 study rooms, which can each accommodate up to 6 people. The common area is designated as a QUIET STUDY ZONE for serious individual study. The Rare Book Room is the repository of a collection of Roger Babson’s personal books, gift book collections, and a collection of Civil War monographs. The recently established Webber Historical Center houses and displays artifacts and information chronicling the history of Webber International University.