• Listening to Muhammad Ali, 53 years later

    It’s been over fifty-three years since Muhammad Ali spoke to a full house in the Iowa Memorial Union on the University of Iowa campus, but thanks to the Darwin Turner Audio Collection (and a grant to digitize this collection), anyone […]

  • Medical Arts: Teaching Art History Through The John Martin Rare Book Room – Video of Talk by Vero Rose Smith

    Watch a recording of Vero Rose Smith’s talk on November 11, 2020 Medical Arts: Teaching Art History Through The John Martin Rare Book Room For the past eight years, students enrolled in art history and studio arts courses explored […]

  • Potential COVID-19 Vaccines: What to Know

    Potential COVID-19 Vaccines: What to Know Two vaccines have shown great promise recently to be successful against COVID-19. Pfizer and Moderna have reported that their vaccines showed close to 95% efficacy in their recent vaccine trials. […]

  • Shortened Hours During Thanksgiving Break!

      Monday – Tuesday November 23rd – 24th In-person & Virtually: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM   CLOSED Wednesday – Sunday November 25th – 29th   REOPEN 8:30 AM Monday, November 30th      

  • Thanksgiving Break Hours @Hardin Library

    The Hardin Library will have different hours during the Thanksgiving Break holiday. The 24-hour study will be available when the library is closed. Saturday, November 21 Virtual help available 1pm-5pm Sunday, November 22 Virtual help […]

  • Engineering Library Closed 11/13/2020

      The Engineering Library will be closed today, Friday, November 13, 2020. We will reopen on Monday, November 16th at 8:30 AM Our Live Chat will be available until 6:00 PM today and you may email us at lib-engineering@uiowa.edu if you […]

  • Tidying Up Your Research Data!

          Tidying Up Your Research Data with Good Practices Have you ever had a messy computer desktop? Have you ever had trouble finding your research data in a computer directory? Have you ever had a nightmare of recalling […]

  • Sackner Archive: An Iowa Author, A World View

    By Timothy Shipe Curator, International Dada Archive Co-Curator, Sackner Archive exhibition Mary Ellen Solt is the only poet in the Sackner Archive exhibition who is also part of the UI Libraries’ Iowa Authors […]

  • Sackner Archive: Poets as Dissidents

    By Timothy Shipe Curator, International Dada Archive Co-Curator, Sackner Archive exhibition In former Czechoslovakia, concrete poets were at the heart of dissident movements seeking to reform or overthrow the Communist regime. Two of these […]

  • Iowa Rocks!

    Iowa is not known for having an especially dramatic landscape. But in fact there are many hidden gems to be found in this particular plot of so-called flyover country. Among them is Wildcat Den State Park in southeastern Iowa. According to […]


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