New Faculty Center
Formerly the Digital Scholarship Lab, we have new classroom spaces, software, and equipment to offer. Please visit us on the first floor of the library to learn about workshop and training for multimedia creations, project planning assistance, project and data archiving, and collaborative workspaces.
Can't find the book you are looking for in our catalog? Search more than three million titles from 8,000+ publishers in the Espresso Book Machine catalog. Get paperback books printed on demand or self-published within one hour. For guidance on searching and ordering, check out this quick reference guide.
If you'd like to exhibit your students' work or your own, we have spaces available for displays on levels 1, 2, 3, and 5 of the library. Or if you're interested in developing an online exhibit, please contact me directly.
This collection is a collaborative repository of digital materials, which includes content from the Google Books project and the Internet Archive digitization initiatives, as well as content digitized locally by libraries like ours. As of January 2012, HathiTrust comprises 10 million volumes, over 2.7 million of which are in the public domain. HathiTrust provides a number of discovery and access services--most notably, full-text searching across the entire repository.
Uspace is the university's open access institutional repository. USpace collects and maintains intellectual writings, such as published journal articles (pre- and post-print), conference papers and proceedings, creative research, data sets, reports, theses and dissertations, and other scholarly endeavors by the Univerity of Utah faculty.
This digital collection contains more than 50 newspapers from Utah. Titles range in date from the 1850s to the 1960s. The digitized newspapers in this website may be browsed by issue or searched by keywords, article titles, wedding dates, deathdates, and birthdates. Search all newspapers, select a specific newspaper, or browse by county. This project was funded by the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) and digitized at the University of Utah.