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The University of Arizona Libraries has received a $7 million gift to support renovation of the Science-Engineering Library. This gift from the Frederick Gardner Cottrell Foundation was recognized on October 5 during a ceremony to rename the Science-Engineering Library as...
Digitized collection of American Indian newspapers covering 1828-2016. More information about the collection, including a list of titles, is available at https://www.amdigital.co.uk/primary-sources/american-indian-newspapers . (Note that document downloads will not be available during the trial period.) Trial period: October 8, 2018...
University Libraries Dean Shan Sutton has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the Eugene G. Sander Faculty Fundraising Award . The Sander Faculty Fundraising Award was established by the UA Foundation Board of Trustees in 2008 to honor...
This past summer, we launched a new online search tool . Since then, we’ve been gathering feedback from students, faculty, staff and other library users. After talking to those who previously used our catalog as their primary search tool, we...
Cameron Wiles is the Content and Usability Specialist for our User Experience team. He started here as a student worker a couple years ago and has continued to work with us full-time since graduation. He filmed a student testimonial video...
#WeAreUAZLibraries is a bi-weekly series that introduces our staff on Facebook and Instagram . Meet Fernando Rios! What do you do? Essentially, I’m a research data management consultant. When someone has a problem with finding data, organizing their data, keeping...
Harvard University Press is honored to renew James Loeb's vision of accessibility and presents an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing, virtual library of all that is important in Greek and Latin literature. Our entire Greek and Latin Classical heritage is...
Join the University Libraries and Disability Resources for our presentation series on designing inclusive and accessible experiences! Across campus and the community, we all have the opportunity to create experiences that are not just accessible, but welcoming to our diverse...
During the Homecoming Library Innovation Breakfast , UA Libraries will be presenting alumna Maggie Melo with the 2018 Top Library Cat Award. Before graduating in 2018 with a PhD from the Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English program in...
Aengus Anderson is our oral historian and the person behind Archive Tucson , the Special Collections oral history project. Here's how he created a video that tells a story about Tucson in the 1960s. Tucson in the Long Sixties (and...
Welcome back to campus! Over the summer, we: Launched a new online search tool Relocated materials to different floors within the Main Library Moved the public computers to a different area of the first floor If you have questions about...
The Katheryne B. Willock Library Research Award is presented to three undergraduate and three graduate students each year. The $1,000 award recognizes students who use library services or resources extensively in their research. Willock Award winners have appeared in the...
#WeAreUAZLibraries is a bi-weekly series that introduces our staff on Facebook and Instagram . Meet Rachel Martinez! What do you do? I’m a Library Information Associate, Senior in the Access and Information Services (AIS) department of the UA Libraries (#beardown)...
Rebecca Blakiston , our User Experience Strategist, explains how listening to our library users helps us make their experiences better. The project We replaced Millennium and Summon with Alma and Primo in July as our library services platform and primary...
For fall 2018, we have an exciting lineup of events at Special Collections and the Libraries, as well as at the Loft Cinema and Arizona Historical Society. Download our new brochure or pick one up at the Main Library or...
The University of Arizona Libraries are always looking for ways to improve services for everyone who uses the library. On July 20, we updated the current library catalog and Summon search tool with a new system to help you find...
Due to construction planned at the Main Library, public computers have relocated to another space on the first floor. Public computers will continue to be available for users with a UA Libraries computer card. Visit the ASK US desk to...