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DROP OFF YOUR BOOKS ANYTIME

Need to drop off your book, movie, or video game? Try using our drop off slot at the Level 1 Entrance adjacent to the campus store.

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BOOK ARTS BINDING INSTRUCTOR’S WORK JURIED INTO PRESTIGIOUS EXHIBITION

The Marriott Library is pleased to announce that Emily Tipps of the Book Arts Program has been included in the American Academy of Bookbinding (AABB)
exhibition OPEN * SET.

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.

Up next: Book of the Week

BOOK OF THE WEEK — GEORGII AGRICOLAE…DE RE METALLICA LIBRI XII…

Georgii agricolae…de re metallica libri xii… | Georg Agricola (1494-1555)

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.

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Summer 2020 Features

Yes, even during these strangely remote times, you can still browse the stacks through our catalog’s virtual browse feature and request books and other materials from the Marriott Library!

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.

For over 170 years, The Economist has reported on the world’s political, business, scientific, technological, and cultural developments and the connections between them, appealing for its economic and political analysis.

Need help creating virtual course work? Or maybe you’re working on your capstone project. Librarians have created plug-and-play pages to help faculty as well as undergraduate and graduate students with their teaching and research.

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!