Geology Professor Tailors Free Textbook for Students

Geology of National Parks (GEO 1033), a new core-curriculum course for non-science majors approved in Spring 2022, will be taught for the first time in Fall 2022.

STEM Librarians South 2022 Conference

UTSA Libraries will host the STEM Librarians South 2022 Conference

Now in its 12th year, the STEM Librarians South 2022 Conference will take place Thursday and Friday, July 28-29. Organized and hosted by UTSA Libraries, the virtual conference will bring together information professionals and academics to discuss current research, ideas, insights, and best practices that advance STEM research and education. STEM Librarians South is the first conference to focus solely on STEM librarianship. UTSA also hosted the inaugural conference in 2011.

UT System Affordable Learning Accelerator Task Force

Task force formed in response to growing convergence of interest and activity systemwide coalescing around OER and other digital and online instructional and learning resources

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UTSA Libraries Faculty Grants Open: Call for Applications

UTSA Libraries is offering two grants that support teaching.

Fit To Sit giveaway

New Furniture Coming to JPL - Help Us Decide!

From March 1 – 12, winning prizes can be as easy as sitting down

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UTSA Libraries to collect and promote campus research in new digital library

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, conference posters, technical reports and faculty-sponsored papers.

The online library will preserve and disseminate the scholarly output of the university and will showcase discoveries made and knowledge generated at UTSA.

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UTSA Libraries tour highlights local influence on Mexican American civil rights

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 rights movement on the same streets where history was made.

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UTSA Libraries reopen as planned, provides access to study space, computing, materials

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 reservation system.

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UTSA Libraries reopen, construction begins on ‘bright,’ bold reimagination of JPL

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 kickoff of the “Heart of the Campus” project—a reimagination of the third floor into a library for the 21st century.

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DUO authentication now required to access UTSA Libraries’ digital resources

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.