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The TIP online tutorial introduces students to information literacy concepts and is part of the University Studies "L" requirement. Students work through five interactive modules before completing a 50 question quiz.


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The University of Wyoming Libraries deposits and hosts most digital collections in Digital UW, an archival repository that serves a variety of purposes including access, discovery, secure storage, long-term preservation, and more. The content housed in Digital UW is derived from unique collections held by the University Libraries, academic departments and individuals at UW, as well as content from other sources such as community members and other state agencies in Wyoming.

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Copies of The New York Times Returns this Fall
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Good news! With the start of the new semester next week you can pick up your free copy of The New York Times paper at Coe Library and at various locations across campus starting with the first day of classes. The New York Times Reading Program is provided by the generous support of Academic Affairs, […]

Summer Reading at UW Libraries: Staff Picks
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Whether you’re preparing for a road trip, need a break from your summer studies, or just want a good book to read, here are a few books from our popular reading collection recommended by our staff and librarians: (listed in no particular order) Title: Goldfinch by Donna Tartt Genre: Fiction – Pulitzer Prize Why? “I […]

Author Talk and Book Signing
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Author and researcher Kenneth A Barrick will present on his book, “Harrison R. Crandall, Creating a Vision of Grand Teton National Park”, Wednesday, July 9th at 5PM in the Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center. Book sales and signing following the talk. “Harrison R. Crandall” Creating a Vision of Grand Teton National Park,” is a cumulation of […]


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