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Express Retrieval paging service now available

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5th Annual Junior Scientists Kids' Day, November 3rd!

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Learn the easy way to cite sources with new RefWorks workshops!

* Do you dread writing your bibliography more than you do writing your paper?

* Do you have trouble keeping track of your references and sources for your paper?

* Do you find MLA, APA, Chicago Manual and other citation styles a pain?

If you answered "yes," to any of these questions, RefWorks is for you! More...

Arizona Electronic Atlas User Survey

What information do you use in the Arizona Electronic Atlas?

What new features or data would you like to see?



The Library is gathering information to plan the Atlas’ future directions and need your help. The survey will give the Library an opportunity to find out what information you use in the Atlas and what features you would like to see. More...

Acquisition Budget Spending Reduction

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Preferred Searches Service Now Available

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A free exhibit opening will be held at 7pm on August 20th and will feature presentations by Bill and Vickie Stewart, owners of Vamp & Tramp, Booksellers, in Birmingham, Alabama. More...

Creativity in Consilience: New Perspectives on Environmental Challenges


The University of Arizona Science-Engineering Library is currently featuring an exhibit of artistic expressions created by students in Environmental Biology (ECOL 206) and Conservation Biology (ECOL 406/506). More...

Native Voices: Three UA Voices

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Native Voices: Indigenous Poetry and Prose


A book exhibition at the University Libraries’ Special Collections will feature works of poetry and prose written by contemporary American Indian writers. Simultaneously, the Main Library’s research west area will host a small exhibit of children’s books by American Indian authors. More...

Form and Function on the Range: Western and Working Art

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Pioneers in Optics: Centuries of Innovation

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Libraries Celebrate the Chinese New Year: 2007, Year of the Pig


The University of Arizona Library, the Pima County Public Library, and the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center will jointly present activities and performances to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year on February 17, Saturday between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm at Himmel Park Library. More...

Shakespearean Lecture with Peter Medine

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Early Book Lecture Series

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The Friends of the University of Arizona Libraries Annual Book Sale

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