Digital Theatre +

Now Available from the UTC Library!

Check out this awesome collection that the library recently subscribed to! In Digital Theatre + you’ll find access to hundreds of streaming theatre productions. The database has a great variety of classic and contemporary performances, actor and director interviews, theory and criticism, as well as handy study guides that will help our students develop an in-depth understanding of the plays they are watching. This resource will be especially useful for Theatre and English departments, but many others may find it valuable as well.

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Here are a couple of productions that might interest you:

A Doll's House

A Doll’s House

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

Primal Pictures 3D Human Anatomy

UTC Library has recently purchased four 3D human anatomy modules from Primal Pictures!

3D Atlas: Comprised of nine highly detailed and medically accurate regional models, provides an invaluable 3D anatomy teaching and learning tool, reference and image library

3D Real-Time: Easily create accurate customized images complete with your own labels and annotations, then print or save for use in presentations and more

3D Human Anatomy and Physiology: With content equivalent to major anatomy and physiology textbooks, this resource brings learning to life with interactive 3D models, narrated animations, a comprehensive atlas of micro-anatomy, histology and dissection images, case studies, common clinical conditions and quizzes

3D Human Functional Anatomy: Interactive library of common muscle movement and gross motor movement animations, surface anatomy movies and more

*Technical note: This resource can be used on a variety of devices (desktop computers, iPads, and Android tablets) directly in the web browser without any apps. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work on mobile phones due to their small screen sizes.


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Oxford Very Short Introductions

If you prefer to read books in print, we have a VSI display on the 1st floor of the library directly in front of the Check Out Desk. Feel free to borrow any that interest you!

UTC Library now has access to the Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press both online and in print!

Launched in 1995, Very Short Introductions provide concise overviews on a wide variety of subjects in arts/humanities, law, medicine/health, science/mathematics, and social sciences. Over 500 have been published to date.

In our current era of information overload, VSI’s are a great way to learn about a topic without becoming overwhelmed. Oxford is known for its quality scholarly content worldwide

Some intriguing VSI titles include:

Over 200 New Journals from SpringerNature!

UTC Library now has access to over 200 new journals from SpringerNature.

Subjects covered include psychology, life sciences, business, chemistry, education, engineering, literature/cultural studies, medicine, political science, and more!

Some highlights include:

Selections from the Chattanooga History Collections on Display

The new school year brings with it vast new offerings from Special Collections! This summer, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) and the Chattanooga Public Library (CPL) welcomed the rich, diverse, and unique collections of the recently-folded Chattanooga History Center. Renamed the Chattanooga History Collections, co-curated by folks at UTC and CPL, and housed in Special Collections’ state-of-the-art preservation environment, we are excited to present Our Shared History: Selections from the Chattanooga History Collections. Stop by to view art, textiles, photographs, postcards, and objects that tell the history of Chattanooga displayed on the 4th floor of the UTC Library in the Andrew C. Roth Grand Reading Room and George Connor Special Collections Reading Room.

B. B. Floyd's Rompo Frolique A trip to Lookout Mountain and the Battlefield Above the Clouds poster

B. B. Floyd’s Rompo Frolique A trip to Lookout Mountain and the Battlefield Above the Clouds poster. Courtesy of the Chattanooga Public Library and University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections.

If you are interested in learning more or would like to conduct research with materials from the collections, visit the Chattanooga History Collections.