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BOOK OF THE WEEK — A FEW WORDS IN THE UTAH AND SHO-SHO-NE DIALECTS…

Huntington’s dictionary, titled A Few words in the Utah and Sho-sho-ne dialects: alphabetically arranged, includes translations from English to Ute (Utah) and Shoshone.

Up next: Edward Curtis

EDWARD CURTIS’ “THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN”

A short history on Edward Curtis, a photographer renowned for capturing hundreds of images of Native Americans at the turn of the century.

Up next: Interlibrary Loan

WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU CAN’T FIND A BOOK IN OUR COLLECTIONS?

With millions of items available at the J. Willard Marriott Library it’s hard to believe that we don’t always have All U Need, but what happens when there’s an item that we don’t have? In some cases, this is when Interlibrary Loan (ILL) steps in.

Up next: New York Times

NEW YORK TIMES NOW AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS, STAFF, AND FACULTY

Thanks to collaborative campus funding, the University of Utah campus community now has full access to the New York Times.

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Fall 2021 Features

November marks National Native American Heritage Month. Here are a few book available at the J. Willard Marriott Library recommended by librarian Allyson Mower.

It all started with a discussion between Ph.D. student Susana Velasquez-Franco and the Marriott Library’s GIS Specialist, Justin Sorensen to create a digital elevation model.

The Rare Books Department welcomes you all back to the J. Willard Marriott Library, and invites you to visit our latest exhibition, Roar of Distant Breakersnow on display in the Special Collections Gallery on level four.

The U libraries have created a new, simplified process for instructors needing course reserves in Canvas.

In celebration of National Native American Heritage Month here are a few films available at the J. Willard Marriott Library recommended by Joni Clayton.