The UFCU Room, which includes STEM Learning Spaces, the STEM Study Area and the UT Poetry Center, is normally available as study space and occasionally used for events. The use policy and request form are available here.
The Mathematics Department is offering students enrolled in calculus courses at UT the chance to receive help and work with classmates in a room that's open five days a week for the afternoon and evening. The lab will be staffed by current mathematics graduate students (including your calculus TA), as well as advanced undergraduate Learning Assistants.
An exhibit highlighting Billings’ career and life will be on display in the Scholars Commons November 1 - December 3, and an online component can be viewed on Scalar. Borrowing the title of Billings’ 1995 essay on the future of libraries, we’ve given the exhibit a name that we think embodies Billings’ role as an innovative leader in the field: The Tomorrow Librarian. Event Details
Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight, 2016 Wikimedian of the Year and prominent Wikipedia editor, will present on Wikipedia's gender gaps: the low percentage of women editors and the equally low percentage of articles about women, their works, and their issues. Event Details
Scalar is a publishing platform that allows users to create multi-media digital books. Existing at the crossroads between an ebook and a website, Scalar's many features allow instructors to design classroom assignments that bring traditional essay writing into the realm of the digital humanities, allowing students to experiment with tagging, web scraping, and integrating media into their work. Event Details
Middle Eastern Studies Librarians from the University of Texas at Austin, New York University, University of Michigan, and the University of California, Santa Barbara, will discuss their engagement with digital scholarship––in particular, digital humanities––within the realm of Middle Eastern Studies. Event Details