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Carla Burgos
  DECEMBER 1, 2020 — Meet Carla Burgos, a UTSA graduate student in Art History and student employee of UTSA Libraries Special Collections where she has worked for almost two years transcribing…
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, the UTSA Libraries’ peer coaches reached out to members of the UTSA community for book recommendations by Latinx authors or about Hispanic, Chicano or…
More than 20 million Gen Z-ers — those born after 1996 — will be eligible to vote in the November election. What impact will they have? What motivates their choices? And will they show up? Watch…
The U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) have awarded the UTSA Libraries and the Institute of Texan Cultures nearly $150,…
              Mexican American Civil Rights Digital Portal The UTSA Libraries will develop plans for a multi-phased project to build a digital portal that will aggregate metadata and…
  Beginning Monday, Aug. 24, students, faculty and staff may request library books and physical materials using a contactless delivery service through the UTSA Libraries’ “Get It For Me” system. …
  Here’s a fun activity to add to your pandemic to-do list—get inspired by Mexican pastries. The UTSA Libraries have released the first in a series of digital mini-cookbooks featuring favorite…
  Students, faculty and staff wishing to return borrowed books and other materials from the UTSA Libraries may now do so during limited hours at the John Peace Library on UTSA’s Main Campus.…
  UTSA Libraries Peer Coach Silvia Lira-Perez, a senior Cyber Security and Information Systems major  UTSA Libraries Peer Coaches normally mentor fellow Roadrunners seeking help with research…
In honor of Women’s History Month, the UTSA Libraries are showcasing a selection of work generated in the field of women’s studies and highlighting interdisciplinary databases that can guide further…
FEBRUARY 14, 2020 — Unique, handwritten recipes of traditional Mexican dishes dating as far back as 1789 can be viewed online as part of the digitization efforts of the UTSA Libraries’ Mexican…
UTSA faculty looking to integrate unique content from the UTSA Special Collections into their courses are invited to apply for the Faculty Teaching in the Archives Grants for the 2020-2021 academic…