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Due to improvements to our library study spaces, all collections that currently reside on the 2nd floor of the Main Library are being relocated to floors 3, 4, and 5. They are being moved over the summer to avoid any...
Congratulations to Associate Librarian Jim Martin , recipient of the 2018 Lois Olsrud Faculty Excellence Award . This award is named after Lois Olsrud, a librarian who worked at the Libraries from 1966 to 1996. It recognizes sustained excellence in...
During the Medical Library Association's Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, May 18-23, 2018, the National Library of Medicine put a spotlight on the University of Arizona Health Sciences Library (UAHSL) and Outreach Services Librarian Yamila El-Khayat . As a member...
EMIS University provides business intelligence for emerging markets, including news, and country, company, and industry reports. The Libraries acquired this new database with grant support from UA Assistant Professor Javier Osorio (School of Government and Public Policy), whose research focuses...
Thank you to our loyal customers who have used the Express Document Center (EDC) over the years. The EDC closes permanently on May 11 at noon. The last day to submit a print, scanning, or publishing job is May 10...
TUCSON, Ariz. — University of Arizona Libraries has received a $2.3 million gift from the estate of a longtime library advocate and supporter, Katheryne "Kate" Willock. Willock, who passed away in January 2017, was an archaeologist who focused her work...
Congratulations to our 2018 Katheryne B. Willock Library Research Award recipients: Ayumi Epona Pottenger, Aida Jerair Siyahian, Evelyn R. Pickering, Patrick James Campbell, and John He. This annual award of $1,000 recognizes students who use library services and resources for...
To celebrate Women's History Month, listen to three short stories from three women who grew up or lived in Tucson in the mid-20th century. All of the interviews are part of our Archive Tucson oral history collection. Romelia (Romy) Sacina...
After a year of careful planning, a team composed of Katie Armstrong, Liz Devries, and Jeanne Pfander from the University of Arizona Libraries and Preston Kramer, Chair of the Students for Sustainability (SFS) Garden Committee, launched the Seed Library at...
Jerry Perry, associate dean and director of the University of Arizona Health Sciences Library, has been recognized as a Medical Library Association Fellow and selected to give the Janet Doe lecture at the 2019 Medical Library Association Annual Meeting in...
DT+ brings performance directly into the classroom, library and lecture hall with 750+ productions, interviews, and introductory/contextual materials. Trial period: March 12, 2018 - March 26, 2018 Please send your feedback to: Rachel Castro Try Digital Theatre+
As Black History Month comes to a close, Archive Tucson offers an opportunity to keep learning by listening to oral histories of key African-American figures from the city's past.
The Belt and Road Initiative Reference Source provides leading journals covering business trends, infrastructure, research collaboration and trade opportunities. It includes journals from China, Turkey, Romania, the Russian Federation, the Czech Republic, Pakistan, Iran and Lithuania. It also includes many...
EMIS provides business intelligence for emerging markets, including news, as well as country, company and industry reports. Trial period: February 13, 2018 - March 31, 2018 Please send your feedback to: Anthony Sanchez Try EMIS University
On January 12-14, over 875 students participated in Hack Arizona at the Science-Engineering Library. This free, annual event brings students together to build software and hardware projects in 36 hours. Hack Arizona, the largest student-run hackathon in the Southwest, is...
University Libraries is excited to announce the appointment of our new Vice Dean, Sarah Shreeves. As Vice Dean, Sarah serves on the senior leadership team and is responsible for leading strategic initiatives related to Access and Information Services, Office of...
Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text is the leading full-text database for criminal justice research. It offers an essential collection of journals for students and scholars researching criminal justice and criminology. Trial period: January 30, 2018 - February 28, 2018...
World Politics Review provides analysis of critical global trends, written by a network of analysts, journalists, and scholars. Trial period: January 22, 2018 - April 12, 2018 Please send your feedback to: Niamh Wallace Try World Politics Review
The National Film Board of Canada CAMPUS collection is a video streaming service for use in the classroom that includes documentaries, animations, experimental films, fiction and interactive works. It showcases films that take a stand on issues of global importance...
Drama Online is an award-winning digital library of over 1,700 playtexts, 350 audio plays and 150 hours of video from leading theatre publishers and companies offering a complete multimedia experience of theatre. Highlights include filmed live productions from the Royal...

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