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Library Crawl!

ALA/TLA Library Crawl
Friday, February 19th
RSVP Courtney at courtney.e.jeffries [at ] gmail

Meet at iSchool Student Lounge (12:30) or at LBJ (1:00pm)

Where can you find a letter from Hernando Cortez to King Charles V, political memorabilia from the inauguration of George Washington, or exhibit cases filled with pre-Columbian artifacts?

Find out about the collections of UT’s libraries by joining the ALA/TLA UT Student Chapter for our Spring 2010 Library Crawl! This semester’s tour features the LBJ Library, Fine Arts Library, and the Benson Latin American Collection. You’ll have a chance to learn about the collections, talk to archivists and librarians about their roles, and catch a glimpse behind-the-scenes to staff areas.

Join us for all or part of the tour:

12:30pm: Meet at iSchool Student Lounge for carpool OR Meet us at LBJ (our first stop)

1:00pm: Tour at The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum

2:00pm: Tour of the Fine Arts Library

3:00pm: Tour of the Benson Latin American Collection

3:45pm: Carpool back to iSchool

4:00pm: (optional) Walk to Scholz Garten

Anyone is welcome to join us for all or part of the Library Crawl. To RSVP for the carpool or for more information, e-mail Courtney at courtney.e.jeffries [at] gmail.

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