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Libraries to Begin Three-Year Planning Process with ClimateQUAL Survey
Post written by Josh Been, Director of Data and Digital Scholarship and Digital Scholarship Librarian and Eric Ames, Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications for ITS/Libraries Exciting news! The Baylor University Libraries are poised to (More)
University Libraries Unveil Two New Exhibits Highlighting Faculty, Student Works
“A Stitched-Up Life: The Work of Dr. Mary Ruth Smith” and BFA student works showcase two unique additions to the campus art environment As the Libraries make plans to move into the Fall 2021 semester, the More)
(Digital Collections) Where The Bears Made Their Dens Back Then: A Multimedia Visualization of Baylor Student Housing From 1913-1914
Student housing, 1913 style. From "Baylor University Students of 191 (More)
(Digital Collections) Let’s Get To Know One Another, Shall We?
Inset of photo taken at undated meeting of (More)
(Digital Collections) Spring Break, Spring Cleaning!
Since this week is Spring Break here on the beautiful campus of Baylor University, we're not going to post a full-on blog today. Instead, we hope you'll enjoy two "spring cleaning" items of note! 1. We changed the look of our site to give it a fresh (More)
The Libraries' Best Stories, All In One Place
A library's collections are more than just books on shelves or files in a database: they are the "raw stuff" of history, the documentation of our cultural memory, the stories that define humanity. And in a library system with more than 170 years' (More)
Back to School Special: Read Up on What's New and Improved at the Central Libraries
The sun is shining, the Pat Neff bells are ringing, and students are returning to Baylor! We are so excited to have our spaces filled with the hustle and bustle of the fall semester. Over the summer, we made improvements to the Central Libraries b (More)
Moody 104 Renovation Progress for April 13, 2018 (More)
Moody 104 Renovation Progress for May 4, 2018 (More)
Moody 104 Renovation Progress Report, May 18 (More)
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