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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...
Lois Olsrud , a former library faculty member and long-time colleague, passed away June 2, 2021. Hired in 1966 as a Humanities Librarian, she retired June 28, 1996, after 30 years of service at the University Libraries.  Lois worked closely...
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...
The University of Arizona Libraries is making plans for reopening to support researchers and their work once the decision to reopen the campus is determined. Here's an update. Our approach The highest priority of the University of Arizona Libraries is...
The spring semester has ended, but we wanted to give a special shout-out to the student employees in Special Collections who made great contributions over the past academic year. From August 10, 2020, to May 4, 2021, they served over...
People who live and work on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands will be able to see more perspectives of their history, culture and experiences thanks to a grant project created by the University Libraries to support the development of research projects that...
From May 17-August 22, we're ready when you are. Drop by the Main Library lobby, visit the Weaver Library, or contact us by chat, text, and email during these hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-7pm Friday 9am-6pm Saturday 11am-6pm Sunday 1pm-6pm The...
We’re happy to announce the winners of the 2021 Data Visualization Challenge . Undergraduate and graduate students from different disciplines were invited to submit visual displays of data to tell stories. This is the second year that the Libraries’ Office...