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New Digital Collection: West Side Recorder

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 10.16.2018

The latest addition to Auraria Library Digital Collections is the West Side Recorder, a well-known Denver newspaper published by the residents and community leaders of Denver's West Side. West Side Recorder was one of many community-driven and activist newspapers that supported this predominantly Chicana/o and Hispanic neighborhood. It reported everything from the…

Resource Highlight: Engineering Resources

Researcher Support Services 09.26.2018

Five primary databases provide key engineering content: ACM Digital Library, ASCE Civil Engineering Research Library, ASME Digital Library,…

Study for the SAT, GRE, MCAT, LSAT and More!

Researcher Support Services 09.10.2018

Preparing for college, graduate school, or an exam specific to your field? Interested in advancing your academic skills?

Use the database Learning Express to prepare for for a variety of exams as well as learn skills for academic and career success and advancement.

Coffee, Song, and Study!

Researcher Support Services 08.22.2018

You’ll find coffee at the Library Café and songs through the Library’s streaming music collections. The varied music offerings support campus music courses and research and offer gems for the campus community to sample. 

The Library's streaming music collections include -

Text & Data Mining in Library Resources!

Resource Management 08.08.2018

Ever wondered how Text & Data Mining (TDM) works? Ever thought of using it for a paper or project? The library can help!

For more information on how, and why, to use text & data mining, check out Yale’s LibGuide on the subject here: https://guides.library.yale.edu/tdm

If you decide to use TDM for a project, first be aware that there are legal limitations on using it in the…

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