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We offer a wide variety of support and services for faculty teaching and research.

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Aztecs on D-Day

Normandy landing, from the War Department Archives

Did you know that Aztecs took part in D-Day and wrote about their experiences?

Read the D-Day Letters

Data Champions Posters

Data Champions Posters are now live!

Data Champions was formed to "facilitate data-informed decision-making in support of student success."

See the Posters

Summer Facilities Update

This summer, we'll be embarking on many facilities projects, to improve spaces and services for our users.

Special Collections Temporary Closure

special collections & university archives moving to a new home this summer

May 20-Aug 19. Reopening in LL-120 fall semester.

More about this move

Summer Hours

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The Library and 24/7 Study Area are open special hours over the summer.

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Extended hours

entire library open 24/7

Ends tonight!

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HIST 503: Ancient Rome Digital Project Presentations

Join HIST 503: Ancient Rome students as they share their in-progress final, media-rich digital humanities projects that make a time- or space-related argument about Roman History. 

Location: Digital Humanities Center (Bottom of the Library Dome)

Learn more about the class: https://sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/ 

HIST 503: Ancient Rome Digital Project Presentations

Join HIST 503: Ancient Rome students as they share their in-progress final, media-rich digital humanities projects that make a time- or space-related argument about Roman History. 

Location: Digital Humanities Center (Bottom of the Library Dome)

Learn more about the class: https://sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/

Present Paradox: English Graduate Student Organization Symposium

The English Graduate Student Organization will bring together graduate and undergraduate students all dedicated to the humanities and eager to share their research and arts in the 2019 Symposium. For this year’s symposium, a combination of academic presentations, readings from creative writers, and displays of digital and non-digital works of art are encouraged to be submitted to display the multifaceted capabilities of the student body at SDSU.

The Symposium will be held in the Digital Humanities Center (Bottom of the Library Dome)

Schedule:

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