Among the 115 Supreme Court Justices, the James E. Faust Law Library has 97 signatures preserved in an oversized book on display.
Up next: Digital Exhibit
The Rare Books Department invites you on a virtual stroll of our digital exhibition, The Pursuit of Reading, for an exploration of the small presses of the late
nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that focused on the art and craft of bookmaking.
Up next: Book recommends
This month’s recommendations feature books that highlight leadership, community, and helping others.
Up next: COVID Archive giveaway
University of Utah Students will be entered into a drawing for an e-reader when they contribute to the COVID-19 Digital Collection, which has been created to document the changes at the University of Utah and greater Utah community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Up next: Gifts of Providence
Thanks to Marriott Library’s digitized newspaper repository, Utah Digital Newspapers (UDN), the USAC was able to conclusively show that the Weber River
had been used to transport railroad ties and mine prop timbers as early as the Spring of 1877.
Up next: Judges Signatures
Need help from a librarian? Learn some fun facts about your favorite librarians while also finding out what specialities they can help you with.
The Rare Books Department invites you to two of our most recently published virtual lectures: A Look Into the Vault and Getting A Word In.
Leaning into social distancing and online service delivery, we are now providing consultations via Zoom. 3D print jobs are submitted and paid online and start printing automatically!
Using the Oculus Quest, the Creativity and Innovation Services (CrIS) department, held their Fall retreat meetings virtually!
The Utah COVID-19 Digital Collection Project has been created to document the response from the University of Utah and greater Utah community to the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020.