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Yorescape is a trial that runs through June 30, 2023 and enables users to take virtual tours of historical sites around the globe. See the sites as they exist today or see how they looked in their heyday. Freely roam around the sites reconstructed in 3D. First time users must create an account using their UT email.
Twentieth Century Advice Literature
This resource provides a visual and searchable archive illustrating how American day- to-day life, attitudes, mores, and behaviors changed over time.
Covidence is a systematic review screening platform designed to streamline production of literature review. New users will need to create an account with their UT email address.
Yorescape Virtual Museum
The Yorescape Virtual Museum is a trial that runs though June 30, 2023 and provides an interactive 3D experience of more than 1,000 sculptures, monuments, and furnishings from Greek and Roman antiquity. First-time users must create an account using their UT email.
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- Do you know where your next meal is coming from?
- A Conversation with Appalachian Filmmakers
- Early Printed Bibles on View during Shakespeare Symposium
- Accessible to All — Resources to Learn More About Disabilities
- Financial Hardship and Food Insecurity on Campus: Panel Discussion, March 9
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- Maggie Longmire to Perform at Boundless: Artists in the Archives
- Douglass Day — Join us for a Lecture and Transcribe-a-thon
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Big Hairy Grants: How to Build an Interdisciplinary TeamMar. 21 at 11:30amDunford Hall - 2225
Barbara Dombrowski - “Tropic Ice” Exhibit, Screening and Lecture at Hodges LibraryMar. 21 at 4pmJohn C Hodges Library - 2nd floor, Main Gallery
Barbara Dombrowski - “Tropic Ice” Exhibit, Screening and Lecture at Hodges LibraryMar. 22 at 4pmJohn C Hodges Library - 2nd floor, Main Gallery