UNM Center for Development and Disability Library (CDD)
What is the CDD Library?
- Located at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Center for Development and Disability (CDD) , the CDD Library contains the largest collection of disability-specific books, eBooks, videos, DVDs, periodicals, and journals in the state of New Mexico. Materials are available for check out or onsite use by public.
Where is the CDD Library located?
- In the Midtown Center at 2300 Menaul Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, between University and Carlisle. Free parking is available. The library is on the first floor of the west building next to the CDD reception area.
Who can use the CDD Library?
- The library is open to anyone who lives in New Mexico. Anyone who lives in New Mexico can receive a library card and become a CDD Library patron. There are no membership costs. The CDD Library welcomes all community members.
What does the CDD Library have?
- The library offers books, videos, DVDs, journals, eBooks, accessible public access computers, brochures from community agencies, a fax machine, a copier, Onyx Test Magnifier, Dragon Speak, JAWS, and Talking Books.
How do I borrow items from the CDD Library?
- Sign up for the CDD Library card. Register in person, online, or by phone. A patron card will be mailed to you if registration is done online or by phone.