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UTSA Libraries is offering two grants that support teaching. The FTIA grant application deadline is March 31, 2022 Faculty Teaching in the Archives (FTIA) grants support the invigoration of…
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From March 1 – 12, winning prizes can be as easy as sitting down The John Peace Library is testing new furniture for the third floor renovation – our 'Bright,' Bold Re-imagination. UTSA students can…
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FEBRUARY 11, 2022 — Crews have begun work on the “Heart of the Campus” project—a reimagination of the third of the John Peace Library. During the first phase of the construction project, crews will…
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  OCTOBER 25, 2021 — Research produced at UTSA can now be housed on the Runner Research Press, a digital library of scholarly and creative work that will archive among other things journal articles…
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SEPTEMBER 16, 2021 — A new, interactive tour produced by the UTSA Libraries and Institute of Texan Cultures allows users to experience San Antonio’s significant role in the Mexican American civil…
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AUG. 16, 2021—Fall operations at the UTSA Libraries will resume as planned, and several locations will be open beginning today with study rooms available for booking via the library’s online…
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AUGUST 3, 2021— Beginning Aug. 23, the UTSA Libraries will reopen and 24-hour service will return to the John Peace Library on Main campus. Additionally, new views will be coming to the JPL with the…
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MAY 27, 2021 — Beginning today, DUO two-factor authentication will be required to access the millions of e-books, e-journals and scholarly resources available at the UTSA Libraries. Students,…
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  MAY 24, 2021 — Julianna Barrera-Gomez, digital archivist at the UTSA Libraries Special Collections, was named recipient of the Individual Impact Award by the Texas Digital Library. The award…
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MAY 18, 2021 – To help ease the burden of the high costs of textbooks, Scott Sawtelle and Kathleen Curry have committed $100,000 to the UTSA Libraries’ Adopt-A-Free Textbook program which supports…
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MAY 12, 2021 — From birria to barbacoa and nopalitos to taquitos, main dishes—or platos fuertes—take center stage in the latest volume of “Recetas: Cooking in the Time of Coronavirus,” an e-book…
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  Petra Mata (right) organized protests on behalf of Fuerza Unida, a social justice organization she helped found in 1990 to address issues confronting garment workers released from the Levis…