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ENTER TO WIN A BOOK DURING THIS YEAR'S BANNED BOOKS WEEK

Join the Marriott Library Sept. 27 through Oct. 3 to celebrate Banned Books Week along with the American Library Association.

Up next: 5 Things to know

NEW TO THE U? FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE MARRIOTT LIBRARY

Regardless of whether you’re on-campus or studying remotely, the Marriott Library has you covered!

Up next: Map Monday

Animation depicting the spread of Coronavirua throughout Utah over a 6-month period.

THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS THROUGHOUT UTAH

This week's Map Monday release depicts a new way of examining the story of Coronavirus in Utah, visualizing the daily and cumulative spread of the virus
throughout the state over a 6-month period.

Up next: Digital Exhibition

RARE BOOKS DIGITAL EXHIBITION — GLIMPSE

Enjoy a virtual gallery stroll of Glimpse, based on the range of techniques, methods, and conceptual interests of the Book Arts Program’s 2016 instructors.

Up next: Banned Books Week

Fall 2020 Features

Banned Books Week is an annual event in September where libraries celebrate the freedom to read. Libraries highlight books that have been challenged or outright banned from libraries in the past in order to encourage reading them.

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.

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.

A virtual representation of Tony Sams, New Media Projects Specialist at the Marriott Library

Do you need access to a virtual headset for a class, meeting with colleagues, hanging out with friends, or just playing games? The Marriott Library has you covered!

Image of the Materials Collection located on level 2 of the Marriott Library.

During COVID-19 we have closed access to the physical materials, knowing how tempting it is to touch and interact with them. However, for those of you still interested in materials and materials research, there are still plenty of options to explore virtually.