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Newly-created INSEAD and its small library are located in a wing of the Fontainebleau Castle.
INSEAD moves to the Carmes convent in Avon, with the library moving into an abandoned chapel.
The library moves to the lower gallery of the newly-built campus in Fontainebleau.
The Euro-Asia Centre Library is set up in the basement of a new building of the same name.
The library moves to its current location in the CII building and is named the Georges and Edna Doriot Library.
INSEAD opens a second campus in Singapore and a small library is created.
The Euro-Asia Centre Library is closed and its collections are relocated to the Asia Campus.
A new library is built as part of Phase II of the Asia Campus and is named the Tanoto Library.
INSEAD establishes a Centre in Abu Dhabi and sets up a display of key publications.
A new campus is built in Abu Dhabi, including a dedicated library.
Answering student expectations, 2 new study lounges are created in Doriot Library.
The Middle East campus moves to Abu Dhabi’s ADGM sq. The library is integrated in the research open-space.
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