Technical Services Division 07.16.2019
The database Value Line Investment Survey is experiencing technical difficulties with their website and remote backup sites. They are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. If you are unable to access this database, it is most likely related to these technical difficulties. If you have any questions, please contact the Auraria Library Troubleshooting Team.
Access and Public Services 07.05.2019
Wifi Hotspot - Mobile Beacon device is available in Auraria Library. This hotspot services provides a wireless connection virtually anywhere with 4G LTE speed. You can stay connected up to 12 hours.
The checkout period is two weeks. You can put hold on them to check them out when they are available.
What is in the box?
- Micro USB Cable
- Wifi Hotspot
- Instructions Card
Education and Outreach Services 06.28.2019
Join Auraria Library, on July 2 at 2:00 pm Mountain Time (MT) to watch the Total Solar Eclipse Live from NSF’s Cerro Tololo Observatory in Chile, via Exploratorium. The total solar eclipse will be visible from a narrow part of the South Pacific Ocean, Chile, and Argentina.
What is Solar Eclipse? What you’ll see is the Moon covers the Sun. The Sun looks completely blackened. You’ll only see the…
Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 06.06.2019
In honour of D-Day, the day when Allied forces invaded northern France to open a new front against the Third Reich, we want to share an interesting item from our collections. Published in 1979, The Story of the 442nd Combat Team is a booklet covering the history and deployments of the 442nd Infantry Regiment, a US Army unit that was composed almost entirely of Americans of Japanese ancestry. Along with the 100th Infantry…
Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 05.29.2019
We recently stumbled upon and digitized the first volume in a series of plate collections featuring examples of Gothic architecture. This series, entitled Examples of Gothic Architecture: selected from various ancient edifices in England, was collected in 1838 by renowned English architect and historian, August Welby Pugin alongside his father, Auguste Pugin. Among other things, the younger Pugin was famous for helping revive…