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BOOK OF THE WEEK — LA NAVTICA RILVCENTE O’ SIA DIARIO DELLA NAVIGAZIONE

This handbook on navigation deals with location at sea, elapsed time, distance traveled, charting a course, reading maps and using tables of solar and stellar declination.

Up next: Utah COVID-19 Digital Collection

UTAH COVID-19 DIGITAL COLLECTION

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. We are soliciting photographs and stories from residents around the State of Utah to share with the world.

Up next: Spotlight on PPE volunteers

SPOTLIGHT ON PPE VOLUNTEERS

Angel and Michael Warkentin are community volunteers who have been helping to print face shield parts to donate to the medical workers in Utah.

Up next: COVID Guides

WE’VE GOT U COVERED! ASSISTANCE WITH RESEARCHING COVID-19

Three University of Utah libraries have come together to create COVID-19 guides for the students, faculty and the general public.

Up next: 1918 Flu Online Collection

READ ABOUT THE 1918 FLU PANDEMIC THROUGH UTAH DIGITAL NEWSPAPERS

To help with research related to the 1918 pandemic, the library has created the 1918 Flu Pandemic Newspapers Collection with more than 1,000 articles.

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Spring 2020 Features

We’re featuring subject specialists weekly along with some fun facts about them! Learn more about how they can help you with your research and more.

SHHHHHH! is a digital exhibition based on a physical exhibition in the Special Collections Gallery on display between September 9, 2015 and November 1, 2015. The exhibition marked Banned Books Week.

Congratulations to all 2020 University of Utah graduates! We wanted to take a moment to especially recognize those graduates who are also student employees of the Marriott Library.

Saint Jude Maronite Church

In late February, the Marriott Library’s Digital Library Services launched a new collection of contemporary photographs of religious buildings in the state of Utah.

Check out the lesson plans and instructional videos below for great hands-on activities in the classroom that can be applied to any subject matter!