The UT Libraries is pleased to announce a new lactation room in Hodges Library. Room 255B (behind Starbucks) provides a private and comfortably furnished space for feeding infants or expressing milk. The lactation room is open to all UT Knoxville visitors, students, staff, and faculty and is available all hours the library is open. Location … Continued
Hodges Library will host Game Night on March 27 and April 24. Drop by Room 209 anytime between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. for video games, puzzles, board and card games, as well as virtual reality. Students, faculty, and staff . . . everyone is welcome.
In 2019, the University Libraries will cut the ribbon on a Graduate Commons that will support the unique needs of graduate students. The original Commons — a bustling, energizing workspace that fills almost the entire second floor of Hodges Library — remains highly popular with students. But graduate students’ needs are distinctly different from those … Continued
Wednesday, February 20, is Game Night at Hodges Library. Drop by Room 209 anytime between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. for video games, puzzles, board and card games, as well as virtual reality. Students, faculty, and staff . . . everyone is welcome.
Whatever you’re making, the library can help. You might even say that libraries are the original makerspaces. The UT Libraries provides the tools of scholarship and spaces to make your big ideas come to life. We already host some useful resources for makers, but we’re actively working to provide a wealth of diverse tools and … Continued
UT student Beverly Banks recently produced a video encouraging her fellow Vols to take a stand against sexual assault. From filming to post-production, the video was created entirely in the Studio media production lab in Hodges Library.
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