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New Art!

The library has new art! Come by and view it at your earliest convenience. The picture in this post is only a small portion of the work.

26 August 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 27 Aug

Transfer Your Historic Records to the University Archives!

The University Archives and Special Collections Department at the Robert R. Muntz Library collects and preserves historic materials that document the research, teaching, community and administrative functions of UT Tyler. - Terra Bianchi, University Archivist

Want to know more? Call 903-566-5849 or tbianchi@uttyler.edu

31 July 2014 (All day)

Speaking of July. . .

If you want interesting, this display has it! If you want informative, this display has it! If you want fun, this display has it! And the display is. . ."This Month in History"! The creators have included, facts, pictures, memorabilia, and information, all related to the month of July from a historical perspective. Come by and view this display before the month is over!

2 July 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 03 Jul

eBook Display

What's the most innovative book in libraries today? It's the eBook! The Library is hosting an eBook display. It includes information about eBook collections that we carry. And, it's interactive! If you get a chance, come over and try it out!

Want to know more about our eBooks? Click on the link below:

http://libguides.uttyler.edu/ebooks

2 July 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 03 Jul

The Library is Weeding!

This is a good thing. The term itself, gives indication of this. Just as a good gardener pulls weeds and debris which hinder the health and growth of plants, the Library does the same with books. We take away the old, and underused books, to make way for - not only new books, but new and improved resources and services!

Currently, the Library collection is overrun with many print books more than 40 years old. Therefore, we are evaluating all books which are over 10 years old and have not circulated in 10 years. We will then determine which of these books are no longer acceptable for the collection. When this project is finished, there will be more room for collaborative spaces, and users will be able to "see" what we have!

Our director and staff envision a progressive, innovative, functional, and inviting space for our patrons! So, please excuse our mess, in the ensuing months! We are improving our library for you!

The Library also has over 60,000 eBooks available! http://libguides.uttyler.edu/ebooks

Still have questions? Contact your library liaison or Jeanne Standley, Library Director.

24 June 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 25 Jun

Space Available

Do you have an idea, passion, special day, assignment, group, or subject matter you would like to promote? Great news! The Library has space available for you! You only need to contact our Outreach Specialist, April Borromeo at (903)566-5731 or call (903)566-7342 and we will help get you started on your special project!

19 June 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 20 Jun

Juneteenth

Today is Juneteenth! Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.

Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Note that this was two and a half years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation - which had become official January 1, 1863.

The Emancipation Proclamation had little impact on the Texans due to the minimal number of Union troops to enforce the new Executive Order. However, with the surrender of General Lee in April of 1865, and the arrival of General Granger’s regiment, the forces were finally strong enough to influence and overcome the resistance.

Article taken from: Juneteenth.com http://juneteenth.com/history.htm

18 June 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 19 Jun

Trial Database: Psychological Experiments Online

The library has a trial of Psychological Experiments Online until July 31, 2014. It has been added to the Databases by Title page and under Psychology on the Databases by Subject page.

Psychological Experiments Online pairs audio and video recordings of quintessential experiments in psychology with thousands of pages of primary-source documents.
Click on this link: http://search.alexanderstreet.com/pexp

Please give us your feedback on this database: http://uttyler.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bfR6bW4YD5ZUW8J

Information for this post was received from Margo Duncan, Systems Librarian for Muntz Library.

17 June 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 18 Jun

RKMA Trial Database

Margo Duncan (Systems Librarian) has announced that the library has a trial of RKMA Richard K. Miller & Associates until July 11, 2014.

It has been added to the "Databases by Title" page and under Business on the Databases by Subject page.

RKMA Richard K. Miller & Associates are handbooks on consumer related-markets. These assessments include forecasts, sector trends and statistics.
Click on this link to access the database: http://www.rkma.com/uttyler/muntz/

Also, your feedback would be greatly appreciated.
http://uttyler.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8bM1mcGAC2bPjHD

Trial ends July 11, 2014.

17 June 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 18 Jun

eBook LibGuide

Need an eBook? Good news! Now there is a LibGuide for that! This eBook platform also includes FAQ's, new eBooks and a direct link to the Library chat. Click on the link below and explore this exciting LibGuide today!
http://libguides.uttyler.edu/ebooks

16 June 2014 (All day)
Published by aravenell3 on 17 Jun

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