Ever wish you had the time to learn Chinese? Or brush up your high school French? Thanks to the Libraries’ subscription to Mango Languages, you can take free, self-paced online language courses in more than 70 languages. Or take advantage of courses on medical terminology in Spanish or business idioms in Mandarin Chinese. Create an … Continued
The Digital Library of Tennessee (DLTN) committee recently announced the launch of its new research website, making Tennessee one of the first states with a localized portal of the Digital Public Library of America. The Tennessee portal brings together more than 100,000 digital representations of unique cultural heritage artifacts from throughout the state. The University … Continued
Letters from the final year of James K. Polk’s presidency are now available online. UT Libraries staff designed the website for the XML-encoded transcriptions. With online publication of this last portion of Polk’s correspondence, UT’s James K. Polk Project nears completion. The James K. Polk Project, based in UT’s Department of History, spent decades locating … Continued
The UT Libraries now subscribes to Mango Languages, which offers online language learning through conversations and films. Language courses are accessible from a web browser or an app. Mango Languages features: Over 60 foreign language courses featuring native speakers Over 17 English courses for non-English speakers, targeting essential and necessary dialog Cultural specialty courses such … Continued
The UT Libraries is adopting Mango as the online language learning tool for campus users. Mango Languages (mangolanguages.com) is an interactive learning tool that allows users to learn at their leisure. Mango teaches the basics of conversation in more than 70 languages. The Libraries’ subscription to Rosetta Stone will expire on Friday, May 10. Last … Continued
October 30, 2018, marks the tenth anniversary of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, UT’s public policy center named for the US senator from Tennessee who was famous for his civility and nonpartisanship. It is also the tenth anniversary of the Modern Political Archives (MPA). On October 30, author Ira Shapiro will … Continued
The University of Tennessee Libraries has secured funding from Project Ceres to digitize and preserve a selection of vintage agricultural publications from UT Extension and UT Experiment Stations (now named UT AgResearch). A digital collection of the Tennessee Farm News (1922-1988), Tennessee Farm and Home Science (1952-1988), and a series of Extension special circulars (1925-1968) … Continued
Whatever you’re making, the library can help. You might even say that libraries are the original makerspaces. The UT Libraries provides the tools of scholarship and spaces to make your big ideas come to life. We already host some useful resources for makers, but we’re actively working to provide a wealth of diverse tools and … Continued
Want to get control of your citations? Save time and get organized with EndNote, the citation management tool that helps you organize, format, and insert references into your research paper. Register for the University Libraries’ hands-on workshop: Introduction to EndNote Wed., Sept. 19, 2018 3:30-5 p.m. 127 Hodges Library or Thurs., Sept. 20, 2018 3:30-5 … Continued
The University of Tennessee Libraries has created a digital collection of drawings by artist Catherine Wiley, a notable American Impressionist painter of the early 20th century.
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