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Prepare for Graduate School and Career Exams This Summer!

The Testing and Education Reference Center database offers ebooks and practice tests to help you prepare for graduate school admissions exams such as the GRE, LSAT, MCAT and Miller Analogies Test.This database also contains helpful study resources for career-related exams such as the Praxis II, American Foreign Service Officer, Civil Service Caseworker, and real estate licensure. Testing & Education Reference View Title List ***Please note: You must create a

Celebrate Autism Acceptance Month!

April is Autism Acceptance Month which recognizes the unique and valuable contributions of autistic people to our society More information can be found at the Autism Acceptance Month website. The UTC Library has access to nearly 100 ebooks on autism including memoirs written by autistics themselves, practical guides for navigating life on the spectrum, and academic research on autism from fields such as medicine, psychology, and anthropology. With publication

New 2018 Palgrave Humanities and Social Sciences Ebooks!

The UTC Library now has access to over 2,500 Palgrave Macmillan ebooks from 2018 in the following disciplines: Behavioral Science and Psychology Business and Management Economics and Finance Education History Literature, Cultural and Media Studies Political Science and International Studies Religion and Philosophy Social Sciences Full Title List   Access Palgrave Books and More on SpringerLink Here are a few interesting titles from this collection: Jimi Hendrix and the Cultural

Faculty Workshop Series

The UTC Library is pleased to offer a new series of workshops this semester, focusing on topics of interest to faculty. The series will cover scholarly identity and scholarly communication topics such as author rights, open access, open educational resources, identity management and identity management tools. While the workshops were designed with faculty in mind, graduate students and other researchers are welcome to attend all workshops. The complete list

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy in Duke University Press eBooks

On Monday, January 21st, our country celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A pioneer in nonviolent activism against racial discrimination, his work continues to influence our society and inspire those committed to stamping out injustice. The UTC Library has selected the following ebooks from Duke University Press to showcase the legacy of Dr. King’s work. These books highlight the social, political, and economic challenges faced by