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University Libraries is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) by highlighting history, people, digital collections, and online exhibits that include and represent Hispanic, Latinx, and Chicano/a/x communities. Stay tuned as new highlights are added. Using newspapers to expand...
You asked, and we delivered. The University of Arizona Health Sciences Library (UAHSL) will launch a new, improved website on September 20. A team of University Libraries staff has been transitioning the website to the university’s UA Sites platform over...
A.E. Douglass and colleagues working in the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research under the Arizona Stadium, undated. Enjoy the last story in a four-part series about the Andrew Ellicott Douglass films digitization project funded by the Council on Library and Information...
The Harvard Business Review once described the work of a data scientist as the "sexiest job of the 21st century." One University of Arizona data scientist looked at 10 universities in the United States to better understand what a job...
Maybe it has been a while since you've been in the libraries--or maybe you've never visited us at all! Here's a quick tour of some of our spaces and services with America Curl , a former student employee and recent...
Due to budget and staffing constraints, the Fine Arts Library (FAL) will remain closed to walk-in access and continue to serve as a closed stacks library. The University Libraries, in collaboration with the College of Fine Arts and the Fred...
Last October, the Libraries’ Office of Digital Innovation & Stewardship launched the University of Arizona Research Data Repository , also known as ReDATA. ReDATA, which is free to University of Arizona faculty, staff, designated campus colleagues, and enrolled undergraduate and...
Our Special Collections department contributes research work and support that results in course curricula, manuscripts and books, articles, films, and much more. Even podcasts. Trent Purdy Amanda Howard In October 2019, Canadian podcaster Adam Huggins traveled to Tucson to do...