Google Images is now hosting a collection of photographs from the magazine LIFE. The photos date back to the 1750s.
Use the search box or use the browse feature to find photos of famous people, places, and events.
In a Google Images search, you can also add “source:life” to your keywords to limit a search to this collection.
university of texas source:life
Don’t let end-of-semester projects get you down! Come by PCL Tuesday, November Nov 18 through Friday, November 21 for practical tips and advice with your last-minute research projects, a chance to win cool prizes, and free candy.
PCL is located at the corner of 21st and Speedway.
Can’t make it in next week but still need some help? Use our Ask a Librarian service to chat with a librarian online until midnight Sunday through Thursday. Check out all the hours and start chatting at http://www.lib.utexas.edu/ask.
Check out the new blog ShelfLife@Texas for information about literary news and events on campus:
The blog, a service of the Office of Public Affairs, covers new books by faculty, staff, students, and alumni, reading recommendations, and coverage of upcoming readings and other literary events on campus.
Have you ever searched for something within the UT Libraries Website?
Are you interested in making that an easier process?
Please take 5-10 minutes to fill out this online survey about a featured search box we’re building for the Libraries homepage.
The survey will be available through November 14.
If you haven’t already voted, be sure to head to the polls tomorrow, Tuesday, 11/4!
Need help making a decision? The League of Women Voters provides a guide to the candidates and the issues:
Need to find your polling place in Travis County? The Travis County Tax Office allows you to search for your name and Election Day polling location.
Looking for someplace to watch the returns? News 8 Austin details some of the election night watch parties in Austin.