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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

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

5 Journals to Discover This Month

In honor of Black History month, UTC Library has compiled a list of 5 fantastic journals. Find amazing content celebrating black history in the following e-journals:   1. Callaloo This peer-reviewed African Diaspora literary journal includes fiction, poetry, plays, critical essays, cultural studies, interviews, and visual art featured in the journal from 1995 – today.   2. Journal of African American Studies This peer-reviewed journal includes a variety of content focusing

Let the Library Be Your Finals Superhero!

The Library has everything you need for finals! Need a place to host your late-night cram session? Look no further! The UTC Library is open until 2am Sunday – Thursday, and until 8pm on Friday and Saturday. Click here to see all of the Library’s extended hours during Finals Week. Need a place to sit down and plug in? Well the Library has plenty of those! And during Finals Week,

10 Questions with Chantelle Swaren

Meet Chantelle Swaren, our new Assessment and Outreach Librarian. Prior to joining UTC, Chantelle held the position of Senior Marketing Consultant for the Edmonton Public Library. Before entering the wonderful world of libraries, she worked in the private sector in a variety of product management, sales, and marketing roles. She holds an M.B.A. from the University of Alberta and an M.L.I.S. from the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!). The

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