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Historical note: The Libraries have a rich portfolio of collections, services, and public programming. Distributed in 14 facilities with collections including over 6.5 million volumes and a rapidly growing virtual collection of electronic resources, the Libraries provide critical resources in support of the University's comprehensive programs and land-grant mission. The Libraries are an integral part of the campus life and a significant collaborator within the state, national, and international research library communities.


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Creating Fantastic Gardening Kits

Mastel, Kristen; Gaither, Renoir (Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries, 2020)

Leveling the Playing Field: Simple Strategies to Help Transfer Students Succeed in the Research Process

Tomlinson, Carissa; Arnold-Garza, Sara S. (Towson University January Conference, 2019-01)

Beyond the Books: Libraries Pivot to Role as Hub in the Innovation Ecosystem

Tomlinson, Carissa A; Leebaw, Danya; Burhanna, Kenneth; Messing, Julie; Langston, William (Deshpande Symposium, 2020-07)
The goal of this session is to facilitate a dialogue on how campus libraries are evolving as the nexus of entrepreneurship. As many universities prioritize building and growing an innovation ecosystem, libraries are uniquely ...

Partnering for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A New Role for Library Spaces

Leebaw, Danya E; Tomlinson, Carissa A (Designing Libraries VIII, 2019)
From information commons to coffee shops to makerspaces, academic library spaces have evolved in recent years in response to both changing student needs and new roles for libraries within higher education. In response to ...

Victorian Secrets and Edwardian Enigmas: the Riddles of the Rooms of 221B Baker Street, An Exhibition of Materials from the Sherlock Holmes Collections

Johnson, Timothy J; Terpstra, Darren; Gangl, Susan (University of Minnesota Libraries, 2007-06)
A catalog of an exhibition that examined some of the recreations of the sitting room at 221B Baker Street as depicted in the adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John H. Watson. The exhibit also highlighted the gift to ...

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