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Treasures from the Earth: Archaeology Through a Feminist Lens – Glenn G. Bartle Library, Second Floor Mezzanine  Ready to dig in and unearth some great resources on archaeology? This exhibit will give you a glimpse into the distant, and not ...

Renowned scholar and artist Johanna Drucker will give a public lecture and workshop on digital humanities in September. The events are sponsored by the Libraries. Digital Humanities Status Report: Where are We Now? Public lecture, 5 p.m., September 18, 2017 ...

Each stop along this fast-paced, informative tour has cool giveaways plus a raffle with an Amazon Echo as the grand prize! Learn about library resources and services that can help with your classes. Meet Baxter the Bearcat! Enjoy snacks on ...

Faculty and Instructors: Submit requests now to ensure your students have access to course materials at the Libraries and on Blackboard by the first day of class for the spring semester. Remember, we are happy to circulate not only library ...

The Libraries are open during the Intersession (May 23-27) and closed on Memorial Day Weekend.  To view the Libraries’ summer hours, visit the Library Hours webpage. ...

The Libraries are pleased to launch the beta release of Discovery Search, a new search tool for books, journals, articles, videos, sound recordings, digital images and more. The single search box retrieves ranked results from the Libraries’ Catalog and Digital ...

Abraham Lincoln : his book; a facsimile reproduction of the original with an explanatory note by J. McCan Davis is our featured book for February 2011. Part of the Howard Collection, this diminutive book holds facsimiles of newspaper clippings of ...

The dedicated terminal for the Datastream database has been temporarily moved to behind the Reference Desk in the Information Commons area. The normal Pods login will not work on this workstation, so users will need to ask the Reference Librarian ...