Library News

Special Collections: We Have A Coloring Book!

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 02.07.2017

Hopping onto the coloring book bandwagon and using plates from a cool book about dragons, we created A Coloring Book with Dragons! You can download it here and print it out, or visit Special Collections as we will have some copies on-hand for the taking.

We hope to produce more coloring books in the future as…

Get Research Help in Knowledge Market

Marketing & Communications 02.07.2017

Research tutoring is for quick questions, tips, and strategies on finding and evaluating information resources. Research Tutoring is located in the Knowledge Market on the first floor and is available Monday–Thursday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The New King Faculty Room is Open (Room 130)

Marketing & Communications 02.07.2017

With funding from the Kenneth King Foundation, the Library created a faculty-only space equipped with PCs, a scanner, a local-area-calls telephone, a counter height laptop table, wireless capability, and a comfortable lounge seating area. The new, larger King Faculty Room (room 130) is located on the first floor of the Library and features windows that look out on to Curtis Street. Faculty may request the King Faculty Room access code at the Ask Us Desk and enjoy a fresh perspective in the…

Auraria Library Newsletter January 2017 No.2

Marketing & Communications 02.03.2017

In this Issue:

  • Entering the Library Renovation Homestretch

  • Take a self-guided tour of the Library's new spaces

  • Learn about new Library initiatives, faculty partnerships, campus outreach, free research workshops, and the latest addition to Special Collections

  • Mark your calendar for the opening of the MakeLab

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New Digital Collection: The Wonderful World of Clothes

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 01.26.2017

The latest oddity to surface in the Auraria Library Digital Collections is the well-meaning, albeit dated, Wonderful World of Clothes, a 1963 UNICEF publication that is part of our UN/UNESCO collections. With illustrations reminiscent of a certain musical Disneyland attraction, and descriptions of traditional dress, this book was an attempt to expose children and pre-teens to a few examples of global garb styles in an…