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  • UFCU Student Learning Commons Room Reservation Policy | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    between the hours of 5 00 pm and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays on dates when the Perry Castañeda Library is scheduled to be open during these hours The room may not be reserved during or directly before university final exams and may not be available during other high use time periods Room reservation requests are made to the Associate Director for User Services who will provide the requestor with written approval if the reservation is accepted A representative of the group reserving the room must be present at all times and be able to produce the written approval at any time during the event Room reservations must be submitted a minimum of ten business days prior to the requested reservation date The Libraries administration should be notified as soon as possible in the event of a cancellation The Libraries administration reserves the right at all times to deny or cancel a reservation A planned minimum of 25 people attending an event is required for the room to be reserved maximum occupancy is 200 No admissions fee may be charged or solicited No donations of money or other property may be solicited or collected and no sales may be made during an event A projector and screen are provided Requestor must request projector remote control and key for screen access in advance Provision of a public address system is the responsibility of the requestor Sound amplification is permitted but must not disrupt the use of the library by others in adjoining spaces Food and non alcoholic beverages are permitted at reserved events Normal catering preparation is permitted but cooking is prohibited All catering arrangements are to be made by the requestor through University approved catering services The requestor is responsible for cleaning the room and returning furniture to its original

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/vprovost/policies/student_commons_reservations.html (2016-02-17)
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  • We Love UT Libraries | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Press Clippings We Love UT Libraries What is We UT Libraries This initiative is a fun way to re connect with the University while creating a community of library enthusiasts UT students depend on their libraries UT Libraries depends on you Did you know that the UT alumni community is over 400 000 strong We think there is enough Longhorn pride to get 100 000 of our alumni and friends to join the We heart UT Libraries community of support All it takes is you To Participate Share Your Story and tell us why you love libraries Make your 40 annual contribution to UT Libraries Share what you have done with other alumni and friends by encouraging them to join the community It s about people not dollars Power in Numbers Our goal is to get 100 000 alumni and friends to share their library story and to give 40 a year for 3 years in support of UT Libraries That s just 120 over 3 years Every contribution counts Your contribution will have the following impact Add new books to the library digitize hundreds of maps buy subscriptions to electronic journals for engineering business and liberal arts students Renovate study spaces to accommodate more students with better technology Initiate world wide archival partnerships like the Human Rights Documentation Initiative Provide new library resources for teaching and research in emerging areas like energy policy nanotechnology and advanced computing Expand our collection with unique items like the Sam Shepard Papers The money you give will increase our margin of excellence Because of your support the library won t have to make the tough choice of what books we can add to our collection or which e journals to eliminate as a result of decreasing state budgets What do you get for

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/development/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Connect With Us | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home About the Libraries We Love UT Libraries Connect With Us ThinkSpace Connect With Us Adopt A Book Wish List Advisory Council Endowments Appraisal of In kind Gifts How to Make a Gift of Materials Contact HornRaiser Support the creation of The Fine Arts Library Recording Studio Other sites of Interest Courtesy Borrower Services Current Library News Press Clippings Connect With Us Like us on Facebook and keep up on the latest news Facebook Spread the word on your favorite network Digg Facebook Friendfeed Google Buzz LinkedIn Twitter Personalize a message to your friends Suggested short message for Twitter I joined the We Love UT Libraries community Do you love libraries Join in It s about people not dollars http bit ly 98WP69 Suggested longer message for email or Facebook I joined the We heart UT Libraries community because I know that excellent libraries encourage excellent minds Every dollar is meaningful but this initiative is just as much about creating a network of support Together we can help expand the minds

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/development/connect_with_us (2016-02-17)
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  • Adopt-A-Book | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Arts Library Recording Studio Other sites of Interest Courtesy Borrower Services Current Library News Press Clippings Adopt A Book Do you love the University of Texas at Austin Do you love books or do you know someone who does Do you want to honor or memorialize someone special Do you want to permanently demonstrate your love for UT If you answered yes to any of these then we invite you to Adopt a Book in the University of Texas Libraries Adopt a Book gifts are used to purchase new materials and to preserve repair and provide greater access to the millions of items already part of the UT Libraries collection To Participate 1 Select your book 2 Adopt your book by making your 375 gift Your Adopt a Book gift of 375 helps support academic excellence at the University of Texas at Austin Why 375 Because this is the lifelong cost of buying shelving and preserving a book in our collection What do you get You select the book of your choice from UT Libraries online catalog Your name or the name of your honoree or memorial is permanently recognized in the catalog record of your book You will receive

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/development/adoptabook (2016-02-17)
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  • Wish List | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    1785 Bailey s industrial oil and fat products 6th ed 2005 This resource is a revised edition of the standard reference on the chemistry and processing technology of edible oils and fats as well as industrial and nonedible derivative products This sixth edition consists of six volumes five volumes on edible oils and fats with still one volume as in the fifth edition devoted to nonedible products from oils and fats Some brand new topics in the sixth edition include fungal and algal oils conjugated linoleic acid coco butter phytosterols and plant biotechnology as related to oil production Now with 75 accessible chapters each volume contains a self contained index for that particular volume First published in 1945 Bailey s has become the standard reference on the food chemistry and processing technology related to edible oils and the nonedible byproducts derived from oils This sixth edition features new coverage of edible fats and oils and is enhanced by a second volume on oils and oilseeds Courses Supported Chemical Engineering Food Technology Publisher Wiley Blu Ray Disc Player General Equipment Science and Math 600 Blu Ray Disc Player This Blu Ray DVD player will provide a high quality viewing experience at our Science Study Breaks and other events This player will enhance Science Study Breaks and other library outreach public events Courses Supported All Breast Cancer Prognosis Tre Books Nursing 300 Breast Cancer Prognosis Treatment and Prevention This volume compiles all the latest research findings along with the most innovative clinical diagnosis and treatment guidelines into one cohesive comprehensive resource for physicians It delivers the most up to date data on therapeutic strategies prognostic and predictive factors and prevention strategies including the beneficial role of physical activity in the treatment and prevention of breast cancer The volume also examines the biological genetic and molecular pathways linked to the development and progression of breast cancer including new information on the mechanisms involved in carcinogenesis Courses Supported Nursing Pharmacy Publisher Taylor Frances Editor Jorge R Pasqualini Century Project CAJ H serie Electronic Media Asian Studies 11200 Century Project CAJ H series education Social sciences Current archive 1915 1993 This represents backfiles of full text selected Chinese journals from 1915 1993 on the subjects of social sciences and education This is an important full text database to support research Courses Supported Chinese Studies Asian Studies Social History Education Vendor Eastview Century Project CJP G serie Electronic Media Social Sciences 3360 Century Project CJP G series Politics archive These are backfiles of full text selected Chinese journals from 1915 1993 on the subject of politics This is an important full text database to support research Courses Supported Chinese Studies Government Public Affairs Asian Studies Vendor Eastview Century Project CJP J serie Electronic Media Economics 4200 Century Project CJP J series Economics This database contains backfiles of full text selected Chinese journals on the subject of economics from 1915 1993 This is an important full text database to support research Courses Supported Chinese Studies Asian Studies

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/development/wishlist.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Contact | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Chat Call Visit Home About the Libraries We Love UT Libraries Contact ThinkSpace Connect With Us Adopt A Book Wish List Advisory Council Endowments Appraisal of In kind Gifts How to Make a Gift of Materials Contact HornRaiser Support the creation of The Fine Arts Library Recording Studio Other sites of Interest Courtesy Borrower Services Current Library News Press Clippings Contact Natalie Moore Chief Development Officer 512 495 4349 nmoore

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/development/contact.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Student Library Council Comment Form | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Find a Map News and Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home About the Libraries Library Administration Student Library Council Student Library Council Comment Form Library Administration Welcome Executive Staff Mission Vision Values Continuous Planning History State of the Libraries Library Information Organizational Charts Library Policies Annual Reports Library Committees Advisory Council Organizational Charts Library Assessment Service Quality Assessment LibQual Quality Council Staff Awards About Staff Awards Billings Staff Honors Award Library Excellence Awards Nilsson Scholarship University Outstanding Staff and Supervisor Award Student Library Council Comment Form We welcome your comments and suggestions concerning services provided by the University of Texas Libraries We will answer your e mail as promptly as possible Required E mail Address Name Status Choose one Undergraduate Graduate Faculty Staff Other College None Architecture Communication Continuing Extended Education Division Education Engineering Fine Arts Jackson School of Geosciences LBJ School of Public Affairs Liberal Arts McCombs School of Business Natural Sciences Nursing Pharmacy School of Information School of Law Social Work Your

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/vprovost/meetings/slcminutes/comment.html (2016-02-17)
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  • 2015 Recipients of the Harold W. Billings Staff Honors Award | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Call Visit Home 2015 Recipients of the Harold W Billings Staff Honors Award Library Administration Welcome Executive Staff Mission Vision Values Continuous Planning History State of the Libraries Library Information Organizational Charts Library Policies Annual Reports Library Committees Advisory Council Student Library Council Library Assessment Service Quality Assessment LibQual Quality Council Staff Awards About Staff Awards Billings Staff Honors Award Library Excellence Awards Nilsson Scholarship University Outstanding Staff and Supervisor

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/vprovost/awards/staff_honors/2015 (2016-02-17)
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