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  • Special Collections News & Updates 7/22/2016

    Newsfeed: Update on the Music Library Move: Pomerantz Business Library’s 2015-2016 Infographic: Migration is Beautiful Website Premieres at the 2016 National LULAC Convention July 12th was the kickoff for […]

  • We’re Moving!

    The Rita Benton Music Library will be moving from its temporary location on the second floor of the Main Library to its new home in the Voxman Music Building starting […]

  • New Liaison Librarians Join Hardin Staff

    Hardin Library recently welcomed two new Clinical Education Librarians, Heather Healy and Matt Regan. Heather is the primary liaison to Carver College of Medicine and to a number of UIHC […]

  • Pictures of Nursing: Zwerdling Postcard Collection | Exhibit open

    Pictures of Nursing: The Zwerdling Postcard Collection is now on exhibit at Hardin Library.  The exhibit explores a 2,588 postcard archive spanning over 100 years.  Images of nursing and the […]

  • Safari Tech Books Online – Trial ends 17 August 2016

    Safari Books Online is the premier on-demand digital library providing over 41,717 technology, digital media, and business books and videos online to academic and library users. Please send additional comments […]

  • Data Research Services: UM Experience | Webinar, Thursday July 21, 2-3pm

    The Greater Midwest Region (GMR) @Hardin Library and South Central Region (SCR) of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine present a jointly sponsored webinar : Data Research Services: University […]

  • Special Collections News & Updates 7/15/2016

    Newsfeed: UI Librarians Serving the Iowa Library Association: 1960’s Exhibition featured in the University of Iowa Alumni Magazine: YouTube Series If Books Could Talk finishes final episode: How an Obsolete […]

  • Documenting and Treating Scrolls: Part 2

    Friday, July 15, 2016 Submitted by Katarzyna Bator and Bailey Kinsky Dry cleaning is the first step in most, if not all conservation treatments. Loose dirt and soil buildup collects […]

  • Pomerantz Business Library: A Look Back at FY 2016

    Today the Pomerantz Business Library looks back at the recently ended fiscal year 2016. What follows provides a window into the impact that the business library has on the teaching, […]

  • YouTube Series If Books Could Talk Finishes Final Episode

    If Books Could Talk is a collaboration between Heather Wacha from History Corps, a digital public history project from the History Department at the University of Iowa, Colleen Theisen, Outreach […]

  • UI Librarians Serving the Iowa Library Association

    Q&A with Duncan Stewart ILA’s past president and UI special collections catalog librarian Q: How long have you been an active member of ILA? A: I joined ILA in 1998 when I got […]

  • Happy 160th Birthday Nikola Tesla!!

    Happy 160th Birthday!!! Nikola Tesla July 10, 1856 – January 7, 1943 Nikola Tesla  had a fascinating childhood. The son of a Serbian Orthodox Priest and a mother, who came from […]

  • Bernardino Genga |July 2016 Notes from The John Martin Rare Book Room @Hardin Library

    BERNARDINO GENGA (1620-1690). Anatomia per uso et intelligenza del disegno; ricercata non solo su gl’ossi, e muscoli del corpo humano… Rome: Domenico de Rossi, 1691. An authoritative anatomist and surgeon in […]

  • Documenting and Treating Scrolls: Part 1

    Thursday July 7, 2016 Submitted by Katarzyna Bator and Bailey Kinsky We are both graduate students at Buffalo State College Art Conservation Department. We are spending the summer at the […]

  • Our 2016 Kerber Fund Recipient: Lauren Feldmen

    Last week, the Iowa Women’s Archives welcomes Lauren Feldman, a doctoral candidate in history from Johns Hopkins University. Lauren is the latest recipient of the Linda and Richard Kerber Fund […]

  • InfoHawk+ Is Coming!

    InfoHawk+ Is Coming Soon!! The University of Iowa Libraries is introducing a new way to access library resources and materials. This month, July 2016, we will switch to a new library […]

  • Special Collections News and Updates 7/1/2016

    Newsfeed: 50 years of Star Trek on Display: Old Capitol Museum celebrates 40 years on National Historic Registry: Bringing Special Collections into Today: Recent library renovations focus on openness: […]

  • IMALERT Disaster Hotline for Cultural Collections Live July 1, 2016

    Friday, July 1, 2016 During a disaster, time is critical but help is a phone call away. IMALERT Hotline: 319-384-3673. As of today the Iowa Museums, Archives, and Libraries Emergency […]

  • Holiday Hours for the 4th of July!

    Happy 4th of July!! We will be CLOSED on Monday, July 4! We will reopen at 8:30 on Tuesday, July 5 Have a fun and safe holiday!! […]

  • 4th of July Holiday hours

    The library will be closed on Monday, July 4 for the national holiday. The library will be open reduced hours on Sunday, July 3: 12pm-4pm The 24-hour study is available […]