Meet our new Information Literacy Librarian: Elizabeth DeZouche! Elizabeth transferred to Laredo in January and is a Georgia native. She is the liaison to the College of Education, University College, and the Departments of Math/Physics and Biology/Chemistry. Students can get personalized research help by scheduling a personal Research Appointment. Faculty and Staff with questions or wishing to arrange library instruction for their class may reach her at email@example.com or 956-326-2116.
Gender Norms: Women and the Challenges of Patriarchy in Colonial Latin America is a free presentation by Dr. Aaron Olivas in order to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. The event will take place at 3pm Friday March 8, 2019 in the Killam Library Special Collections Reading Room (KL203). Event Flier
TAMIU researchers now have access to Dataverse, a platform for uploading datasets produced by TAMIU researchers. For additional information or to schedule training please contact Nerissa Lindsey or Rogelio HinojosaView it here!
Issues of the El Manana newspaper from 1927 and 1932 were donated to the Killam Library Special Collections & Archives. These issues were digitized and uploaded into the Killam Library Digital Repository and are available to view online. View it here!
Meet Our New Information Literacy Librarian
Women's History Month Event in Special Collections