With the official start of spring just days away, Special Collections invites you to view these images of students enjoying pleasant weather on campus from years past. Our Digital Collections contain many resources related to university history including Moccasin yearbooks, Echo student newspapers, course bulletins, and commencement programs. We encourage you to browse these collections or conduct a search for a specific person, place, or event and learn something new!
Here’s to warmer temperatures and the rapidly approaching end of the semester!
Looking for books in Anthropology, Linguistics, Philosophy, or Religious Studies? The UTC Library has access to 200 e-books from Bloomsbury Press that are sure to spark an interest in any of these fields. All titles are up-to-date, scholarly research from the past twelve years and offer helpful information for everyone from the casual learner to the seasoned scholar. Take a look at some of the titles below to see what our Bloomsbury Press collection has to offer!
“Ethnography for the Internet: Embedded, Embodied and Everyday” by Christine Hine is an anthropological study at the way our connectivity on the Internet affects our “offline” lives.
“The Philosophy of Science Fiction” by James Burton is a philosophical study of the way an unbelievable, impossible event factors into the writing of science fiction.
“A History of Modern Yoga: Patañjali and Western Esotericism” by Elizabeth De Michelis provides a brief history of yoga in the 18th century and examines the development of yoga in the 20th century.
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These titles can also be accessed via the UTC Library catalog
Do you enjoy watching TED talks? Are you looking for something different in your business research?
Thanks to the College of Business, UTC now has access to over 1,900 recorded video lectures via HSTalks Business & Management Collection.
HSTalks offers lectures and case studies from leading experts in the business world and academia. UTC’s subscription allows our users to access lectures on topics like finance, marketing, and technology and operations as many times as they would like from any device.
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Did you know that the UTC library has access to an archival collection ranging from the mid-1800s through 2004, with nearly 12,000 titles from Palgrave? This fantastic collection, accessed through SpringerLink platform, is full of peer-reviewed and carefully edited scholarly works primarily in the humanities and social sciences.
Check out some of these titles:
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The UTC Library now has access to SAGE Research Methods, a comprehensive resource designed to help students and faculty with research methods, primarily focused on the social sciences
UTC Library invites faculty to join librarians as we learn more about SAGE Research Methods during customized in person training sessions on Thursday, March 8th!
Training sessions will be held in Library 204 on March 8th
- Session 1: 12:00–2:00 PM, Lunch will be served
- Session 2: 2:30–4:30 PM, Refreshments will be served.
If you plan on attending, please RSVP to Rachel Fleming (firstname.lastname@example.org).