The Library’s Got You Covered for Finals!

Extended Hours

The Library is open longer hours than usual to give you more time to study. Many days we’re open until 2:00am! Find a complete listing of extended hours and Easter closings here.

 

Research Rescue

This week, Librarians will be on-hand to help with last-minute research for your final projects. Drop by Library room 208 at any of these times for immediate assistance:

Tuesday, April 15, 6:00pm-7:00pm
Wednesday, April 16, 6:00pm-7:00pm
Thursday, April 17, 2:00pm-3:00pm

 

Cartoons & Cereal + Furry Finals Relief!

Visit the Library on Wednesday April 23 from 3:00pm – 6:30pm for a quick trip back to childhood. Pop in to enjoy a cartoon and a bowl of sugary cereal in Library room 208 during your quick study break and transport back to the simpler times of childhood.

 

Then on Thursday April 24 from 10:00am – 2:00pm stop by to meet the Library’s special visitors who can help to relieve your stress. Maggie & Nash, both certified therapy dogs will be at the Library with their trained handlers from the UT College of Veterinary Medicine’s HA.B.I.T. (Human-Animal Bond in Tennessee) program.  Stop by to say hi to these pooches with a quick pat on the head. Spending time with animals has been shown to relieve stress! Click here for more details about this fun event!

 

Who's a good dog??? Maggie and Nash are good dogs!!!

Who’s a good dog??? Maggie and Nash are good dogs!!!

 

 


Dogs in the Library???

Anyone who’s ever had a family pet knows how calming it can be to sit with an animal. The Library wants to help bring that calm to you this finals-season, so we’re partnering with the UT College of Veterinary Medicine’s H.A.B.I.T. (Human-Animal Bond in Tennessee) program to bring in 2 therapy dogs, Maggie & Nash.

UTC Students, Faculty and Staff are invited to meet Maggie & Nash on Thursday April 24 in the Library from 10:00am – 2:00pm. Drop by to say hello and give your new furry friends a pat on the head.

Maggie and Nash are certified therapy dogs and will be accompanied by trained handlers.  If you prefer not to be near the dogs for any reason, you can still use the library at this time. The dogs will be located in a dedicated section of the first floor of the library, near the Dean’s office, and will not be in the traffic flow of computers, printers, elevators, restrooms, or vending machines. As well, the 2nd and 3rd floors will be animal-free.

For more information on the H.A.B.I.T. program, visit the UT site at  http://www.vet.utk.edu/habit/index.php.

Furry Finals Relief
Thursday, April 24
10:00am – 2:00pm
Library, First Floor

Nash!

This sweet smile belongs to Nash, a certified therapy dog who will visit UTC.

Maggie!

Maggie is a certified therapy dog who loves to help relieve students’ stress during finals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Special Collections Closed March 12, 2014

Sorry, Special Collections & University Archives will be closed all day on Wednesday, March 12, 2014.

In our absence, take a look at these beautiful spring flowers illustrated by Emma Bell Miles, an Appalachian artist and naturalist from Walden’s Ridge.

Card illustrated by Emma Bell Miles.

Card illustrated by Emma Bell Miles.

See more of her art and photographs in the Life and Works of Emma Bell Miles digital collection.


Celebrate Arbor Day with the American Chestnut Oral History Project

The American Chestnut Oral History Project documents memories of the native chestnuts’ economic and cultural importance in the years preceding and following the blight pandemic. This interdisciplinary digital collection blends ethnographic and historical methods with environmental science  and provides access to photographs, audio recordings, transcripts, and video.

Baxter, Bethany N.,

Baxter, Bethany N., “Arles Weaver American Chestnut interview, transcript, and other material” (2008). American Chestnut Oral History Project.

 


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