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Libraries Celebrate Homecoming
Baylor's 103rd anniversary of Homecoming is this weekend and the Baylor University Libraries invite students, faculty and staff, alumni, community members, and families to join them in participating with the historic celebration.

Texas Collection Hosts National Workshop
The Texas Collection is hosting a workshop today for the Society of American Archivists entitled Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS).

Baylor's Texas Collection named among world's top 20 university special collections
A new list of "The 20 Most Impressive University Special Collections" includes some of the most prestigious institutions in the world: Cambridge. Oxford. Yale. Duke. And Baylor. OEDb.org, which covers all aspects of higher education, compiled the list and recognized Baylor's Texas Collection for its offerings related to our state's history. "More than most states, [...]

Libraries Celebrate Texas Film
"A Celebration of Texas: Literature, Music & Film" will come to a close Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m.in the Den of the Bill Daniel Student Center with the final event "A Celebration of Texas Film: The Cultural Impact of Giant on the Idea of Texas."

Armstrong Browning Library Featured in Texas Literary Tour Article
The Dallas Morning News travel section featured the Armstrong Browning Library as part of its literary tour of Texas.

Texas Collection Gets Research Ready
In the most recent post in Blogging About Texas, University Archivist Amanda Keys Norman announced the introduction of a new monthly post called Research Ready.

Libraries to Celebrate Texas Writers
The Baylor Libraries are gearing up for their "Celebration of Texas: Literature, Music & Film," which features several exhibits and a variety of events that will commemorate Texas writers.

Online Exhibit features Civil War Letters from the Battlefield
The Texas Collection of Baylor University celebrates the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War by featuring its collection of letters from the battlefield in an online exhibit entitled Believe Me Your Own

Unique Armstrong Browning Exhibit on Display through February
The Armstrong Browning Library will exhibit a recent recreation of an outfit worn by Elizabeth Barrett Browning through February. The garment was created for Barabara Neri, who uses the outfit in her portrayals of Browning.

Baylor Libraries Support Regional History Fair
The faculty and staff of the Baylor University Libraries assist students each year who participate in the Heart of Texas Regional History Fair.

The Texas Collection Prepares for Renovations
The Guy B. Harrison, Jr. Reading Room will be closed the weeks of February 6 through February 17 for renovations.

Workshops Enable Students to Get an Edge on Research
The Baylor University Libraries will offer several research workshops for undergraduate and graduate students during Spring 2012.

New Exhibit in Moody Library features Student Artwork


SOPA Protests Impact Some Online Resources
Some resources Baylor students rely on for news and research may be impacted by online protests against SOPA and PIPA.

Digitization Group Provides Resources for Marine Corps
The Digitization Projects Group provided maps and other resources from the "War of the Rebellion Atlas" collection to the U.S. Marine Corps for an officer training exercise.

The Texas Collection presents "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly"
The Texas Collection presents "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: A Collection of Characters from the Adams-Blakley Collection," an exhibit dedicated to stories of cowboys, outlaws, lawmen and showmen of the American West on display now through June 30, 2011.

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