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Help the Libraries build a poem for National Poetry Month

April 1, 2022

Come to Norlin’s East Entrance April 12 and 13, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. to take part in a community poem writing activity, take away a pocket poem and engage with librarians.

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Finding ‘Exquisite Hope’ in community and poetry

April 1, 2021

The University Libraries invite you to celebrate National Poetry Month 2021 with us by submitting a line or two of poetry for this year's community poem.

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Stress less, connect more with the libraries

Feb. 8, 2021

As we welcome you back to campus and continue to Protect Our Herd, we invite you to join us in the following collective online space where together, we Library Buffs can capture, read and engage with one another’s voices and experiences.

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Educators can request library support for their courses

Jan. 15, 2021

The University Libraries offer a variety of learning opportunities — workshops, consultations and course sessions for students, faculty, staff and community members. We invite educators to connect with us about integrating these opportunities into their courses. Request a research seminar for your class or group Request research sessions, where a...

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Finding e-resources through the libraries

Oct. 21, 2020

The University Libraries strive to connect students and researchers with the highest quality of information. But finding information can be difficult if you’re not sure where to start! To support your research, we have pinpointed three key areas of our website to look for sources and how to conduct effective...

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University Libraries share Juneteenth resources

June 18, 2020

University Libraries personnel have created a resource guide to celebrate Juneteenth. Emancipation Day Celebration, June 19, 1900. ( Photo /Mrs. Charles "Grace Murray" Stephenson) Historically, Juneteenth has been celebrated by Black Americans as a symbol of their emancipation on June 19, 1865, two-and-a-half years after the Emancipation Proclamation declared all...


University Libraries share anti-racism resources

June 8, 2020

University Libraries personnel have teamed up to curate a comprehensive collection of anti-racism resources in response to the violent deaths of George Floyd and other Black people during recent incidents of police brutality across the country. This online guide is dedicated to the study and practice of anti-racism and includes...

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Exquisite Hope: One Poem, Many Voices

April 7, 2020

Even though we may be far apart, we are excited to see what we can create together using our many voices.

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Latin American Indigenous Languages Symposium To Premiere Additions to Collections

Feb. 28, 2020

Celebrate Latin American indigenous languages by exploring new book collections, academic scholarship and music this month at Norlin Library. The “Inclusive Collections and Courses: Latin American Indigenous Languages” symposium will formally recognize over 100 book titles that have been added to the University Libraries’ collections, including children’s books, adult literature,...

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CUATL Ep. 2: Living Library

Sept. 30, 2019

This transcript of the CU at the Libraries episode “Living Library” has been rewritten for the University of Colorado Boulder Libraries news site. Press play to listen to this episode below or find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Introduction: Books are often thought...