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Buffs One Read Program Announces New Title for Fall Program

April 6, 2022

The non-fiction book "Braiding Sweetgrass, Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Wisdom of Plants," by Robin Wall Kimmerer is the selection for Buffs One Read, launching Fall 2022.

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Now that’s what I call a summer media list!

April 26, 2022

Our Read, Watch, Listen list for summer is brought to you by YOU! Students, faculty and staff contributed their favorite books, shows, movies and podcasts to help you fill your summer with the best media from across the CU Boulder community.

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Celebrate Women’s Herstory Month with media recommendations

March 17, 2022

This list contains read, watch and listen recommendations from the University Libraries.

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Resources for understanding the Russia-Ukraine War

March 16, 2022

Whether you’re looking for reliable sources to keep up with the developing situation overseas or are interested in exploring specific subject ties affiliated with the conflict, the University Libraries can point you towards accurate information that has been vetted by trained librarians.

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University Libraries launch ‘Why We Did This’ climate change podcast

Feb. 16, 2022

CU Boulder is a world leader in climate research, and the University Libraries have a vital role to play in empowering the global community to access research that can help humanity to mitigate and live with the impacts of a changing climate. That’s why the Libraries are thrilled to announce...

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Celebrate a frightful fall with 31 media recommendations

Oct. 6, 2021

Get into the Halloween spirit with one of our many spine-chilling, frightening and downright horrifying media recommendations.

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CU Where You Are: Media recommendations for using scientific discovery processes to impact humanity

March 12, 2021

Emily Dommermuth, Science & Engineering Librarian, has identified media recommendations that illustrate how human connections forged in scientific research collaborations can help us solve humanities’ biggest challenges.

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CU Where You Are: Inclusion in government, business and beyond media recommendations

March 8, 2021

Business Collections & Reference Librarian Natalia Tingle has identified media recommendations to foster your study of issues around diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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CU Where You Are: Be well media recommendations

March 1, 2021

Health & Human Sciences Librarian Merinda McLure has identified a sampling of health and wellness media and welcomes the opportunity to continue uncovering resources with you.

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CUATL Ep 14: Anti-racism resource guides and academic libraries

Dec. 18, 2020

In June 2020, in response to the police killings of George Floyd , Breonna Taylor and many other Black people and people of color, the University Libraries, like many others, felt the strong need to take action. A group of librarians came together to create an anti-racism resources guide ...

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