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Geospatial explorations continue with Maptime Mile High

Researcher Support Services 10.23.2020

The monthly meetings of Maptime Mile High have continued into our virtual times! The online platform has allowed for a wider spectrum of people to attend, giving students an opportunity to engage with more voices beyond our campus.

Our last gathering focused on wildfires and geospatial data. Topics covered included data sources for historic fire perimeters, cartographic techniques for conveying emergency information to the…

The Complete List to What’s Available in Our Library Café

Auraria Library 10.21.2020

Planning to stop by our Library Cafe? Great! Things are a bit different thanks to COVID-19, but we’re working hard to create an inviting place to relax, get work done, and access resources— all while following safety guidelines. 

Here’s what IS and IS NOT available in our Library Café:

What IS available:

General Use:

  • Restrooms 
  • Wifi 
  • Check out materials with …

RESOLVED: Auraria Library login system is down

Discovery and Metadata 10.16.2020

The Auraria Library login system is currently down.  We are working to resolve this as soon as possible.  If you have VPN access through your institution, you can use you that to bypass the login screen.  We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Open Access: The Best Way Forward for Equity and Inclusion in Research

Researcher Support Services 10.15.2020

An analysis of master’s theses by Auraria Library revealed it would cost on average more than $2,000 to access resources to write a masters’ thesis if authors didn’t have access to Auraria Library’s resources.

In short, writing scholarly research is expensive. That’s where Auraria Library and Open Access come in.

What Is Open Access? 

Open Access (OA) refers to scholarly research that is online and freely accessible. Without access to a library,…

Auraria Library statement against library vendors developing surveillance software

Collections Strategies 10.08.2020

We at Auraria Library stand strongly against the direct or indirect development

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