UTA Libraries received three awards funded by grants from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission and U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services. These include an Impact Grant, a Special Projects grant, and the ... Read more about UTA Libraries Awarded Grants Totaling More Than $100K
The Texas State Library and Archives (TSLAC) awarded University of Texas at Arlington’s Library $25,000 to digitize thousands of materials for inclusion in the ... Read more about TexTreasures Grant Funds Disability History Portal
The UTA FabLab created a new student worker training regime that uses maker concepts to develop student workers’ maker literacies—such as problem solving, cross-disciplinary communication, critical thinking, etc.
“A lot of thought went into their training,” said Director of FabLab Katie... Read more about New FabLab staff training transforms student workers into makers
The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries is pleased to announce five new recipients of the UTA CARES Grant Program. The Libraries offers these grants annually to encourage UTA educators to replace textbooks with open educational resources (OER) to decrease costs for their students.
The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries’ Mavs Open Press recently published volume 21 of the Publication of the Afro-Latin/American Research Association (PALARA). This two-decade-old journal was... Read more about Mavs Open Press publishes first digital, open access volume of PALARA
The Shorthorn published an article and slideshow Tuesday, April 17, covering a FabLab workshop on gold leafing, taught by Kathryne Beebe, assistant professor of medieval history and digital humanities.
University of Texas at Arlington Libraries is leading a team comprised of six library makerspaces across the country in a pilot study to investigate the effectiveness of early-stage maker-based competencies in undergraduate learning, stemming from work developed by a UTA Libraries task force.... Read more about UTA FabLab leads national collaboration
Finding treasure in your own home is delightful. Nick Kithas experienced that pleasure while his home was being renovated.
Several pieces of broken marble were found. When pieced together, they formed a cornerstone inscribed with "Carlisle Military Academy 1906." While investigating the... Read more about Early campus cornerstone donated to Special Collections
Have you read a banned book? Probably.
But in English Professor Desiree Henderson’s Topics in Literature course, that is all you will read. Dr. Henderson frequently makes selections using the American Library Association’s ... Read more about English instructor invites discussion using banned books