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DIGITAL TO PHYSICAL: USING GIS TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE
3D TOPOGRAPHIC MODELS

Learn more about an upcoming workshop that will introduce a method for generating and printing 3D topographic models of areas around the world.

Up next: Digital Exhibition

RARE BOOKS DIGITAL EXHIBITION — BOTANICAL RARITIES

The Rare Books Department invites you to take a virtual stroll through our most recent digital exhibition, Botanical Rarities.

Up next: Book recommends

6 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). Here are some recommendations from our catalog along with information about what the
Center for Student Wellness has planned this month.

Up next: Student employee highlight

STUDENT EMPLOYEE HIGHLIGHT: INTRODUCING KALLIN GLAUSER

Student employee Kallin Glauser, who works in Digital Collections, is currently creating the digital exhibit & timeline detailing the 1918 Spanish Flu

Up next: Map Monday

Fall 2020 Features

It’s the spooky season once again. Here’s some spine-chilling horrors and mysteries recommended by Allyson Mower, Head of Scholarly Communication & Copyright.

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.

There is nothing quite like looking at history to put current daily experience into perspective. Look no further than the collections pertaining to politics, women’s suffrage and public policy contained in the Special Collections’ Rare Book Department.

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!

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.