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It Just Got a Little Easier

Libraries across UT System streamline direct borrowing. Students, faculty, and staff at University of Tennessee campuses across the state will find it easier to borrow library materials when visiting sister campuses.   No special borrower’s card required! Now, the ID card issued by the library user’s home institution is sufficient to borrow library materials at any campus in the UT System. To check out materials, current UT students, faculty, and

Fall Workshops

Take advantage of the library’s free workshops offered throughout the Fall semester: August/September Series Finding Sources for Your Term Paper Thursday, August 27, 2009 4:00 PM – Room 208 Online Tools to Create Your Reference List Monday, August 31st 4:00 PM – Room 208 Cut and Paste: Avoid Plagiarism Tuesday, September 1st 4:00 PM – Room 208 Finding Sources for Your Term Paper Wed, September 2nd 4:00 PM –

New Librarian: Cary Stiles

Cary Stiles joins the Lupton Library as a part-time Reference Librarian. She comes to UTC by way of Regent University in Virginia where she served as a reference assistant while completing a Master of Science in Library and Information Science (MSLIS) degree from Syracuse University. Her academic credentials also include a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree from Mary Baldwin College which led to a career as a

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Calling all those interested in women’s history, social movements, primary sources & full-text!!!!

The Lupton Library now subscribes to the database Women and Social Movements.  This resource provides full-text access to biographies of women, primary documents written by and about women and social organizations, statistics and graphs, a chronology, and document projects that bring information together for you and answers specific questions, such as “How Did Local Antislavery Women Form National Networks in the Antebellum United States?” or “How Did Gender and

One-on-One Research Appointment

Got a research assignment? Can’t find the articles and books you need? We can help! Personalized help is only a few clicks away. Make an appointment for one-on-one meeting with a librarian. We’ll meet at a time that works with your schedule. We’ll help you with key tasks such as analyzing your topic, locating articles, books, and Web sources, using EndNote to create your list of works cited, getting

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