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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

Loeb Classical Library

You’ve probably heard of the Hippocratic Oath and the Socratic Method. But who were Hippocrates and Socrates? What did they write? The UTC Library can help answer these questions through access to the Loeb Classical Library online. Founded over a century ago, the Loeb Classical Library contains the greatest masterpieces of ancient Greek and Roman thought. This collection will surely benefit students and researchers in history and philosophy as

New JSTOR eBooks

The UTC Library now has access to nearly 100 ebooks on JSTOR. Complete List of JSTOR eBooks at UTC Access JSTOR Some Highlights: Spectacular Girls: Media Fascination and Celebrity Culture explores both the adoration and disdain in the treatment of women in film, television, the news, and on the Internet. Turtles as Hopeful Monsters: Origins and Evolution traces the evolutionary story of the turtle, taking advantage of a nearly

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Project Muse Election Books

In honor of Election Day this Tuesday, November 6th, the UTC Library would like to showcase eBooks related to elections, campaigns, and voting from our Project Muse eBook collection. This collection supports the research endeavors of those in the humanities and social sciences with peer-reviewed, full-text eBooks from the country’s major university presses. These books are available for PDF viewing and downloading at the chapter level and are fully

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