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February 3rd, 2016: UA Libraries are participating in Love Your Data week, Feb. 8-12, a nationwide event designed to raise awareness about research data management, sharing and preservation, along with the support and resources available at the University of Arizona. Learn to Protect Your Research Data During 'Love Your Data Week'.
January 27, 2016: Honors College Theses from Fall 2015 have just been added to the repository. View the latest additions to the Honors College collection, and congratulations to the Honors graduates!
January 11, 2016: Interested in geospatial data? Have you tried the Spatial Data Explorer from the University of Arizona Libraries? Use it to access spatial data previously available through the Arizona Geospatial Data and Maps, Campus Repository, Arizona Regional Image Archive, and other campus sources. Discover data through the map-based interface, preview data and metadata, download data as shapefiles or image files, and share data with others.
December 23, 2015: What was Arizona cooking for Christmas in 1959? Historical articles like Arizona Christmas Foods from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Extension Publications collection provide a glimpse into the not-so-distant-past.
December 18, 2015: New student theses and posters added to the Sustainable Built Environments Senior Capstones collection. Research topics include building conservation, sustainability, transportation and redevelopment.
December 11, 2015: Can't remember where you found a repository file? Cover sheet functionality has been added to the UA Campus Repository; the cover sheet includes title, author, copyright, and other relevant information for any PDF file you download from the repository.
December 4, 2015: Did you know that Katharine Graham and Helen Thomas were recipients of The John Peter and Anna Catherine Zenger Award for Freedom of the Press and the People's Right to Know? The new Zenger Awards collection, a collaboration with the School of Journalism, preserves and makes the speeches of Zenger Award winners from 1954-present freely available online.
November 20, 2015: Article-level metrics have come to the UA Campus Repository. The "Altmetric donut" explores new ways impact can be measured, by including metrics from online sources such as social media.
November 13, 2015: The new Anthropological Papers of The University of Arizona collection from the UA Press makes out-of-print research freely available online, with the option to order a print-on-demand copy for your own bookshelf - just in time to to Celebrate Excellence with the University of Arizona Anthropology Centennial.
- The Biophysical Mechanisms Of Bacterial And Cellular Invasion
- Theocritus' Use of Daphnis as a Poetic Symbol
- A Powerful Correlation Method for Microbial Co-Occurrence Networks
- Influential Environments: School Gardens Impacting Arizona Children's Environmental Perspectives
- Bandwidth and Noise in Spatio-temporally Modulated Mueller Matrix Polarimeters