There are still books in Tutt Library South. The leisure reading is on display in the lobby. Check out some summer reading. The art books on the 2nd floor are also available for browsing and may be checked out.
All ciculation services are now located in the lobby of Tutt South. Pick up requested books, check out books still in the building, get DVDs and more. Enter the the library via the entrance on the east side of the building.
Archives of Human Sexuality and Identity: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940 is now available. This is a treasure trove of digitized primary and secondary sources on and by the LGBTQ community. Newsletters, newspapers, periodicals, and many other types of materials, drawn from hundreds of institutions and organizations, including both major international activist organizations and local, grassroots groups. Overlapping subject areas include feminism and HIV/AIDS. From Gale Cengage.
Although the sign hasn't yet been moved, the research desk has been relocated to the lobby of Tutt where it will be for the next year+ during the building remodel. Hours do vary; you can check here for library hours.
There are many ways to get help from a librarian:
Stop by in person or phone the Research Desk at 719-389-6662 or email research or text a librarian a question at 719-387-5441 or contact a reference librarian via IM/chat from the Tutt Library landing page
All those carts that have been sitting in the Atrium on the second floor of Tutt Library holding journals began their trek down Uintah to their new home in the Creekside facility. This is the start of moving books and materials to the storage facility which will take about 60 days total.
There is now a construction fence surrounding Tutt Library. Use the gate on the west side of the building on Cascade Ave. to enter the library.
The return box for books is still located by the front door and is available for returning materials when the library is closed.
While we don’t expect construction to impede access to bicycle parking racks, we also know that this is a time of constant change, and bike parking options may temporarily be affected. So, if you’re concerned about bicycle parking options here at Tutt, there are a few options to consider:
parking elsewhere on campus – all bicycle racks are now open for the summer, and you don’t have to park your bike near the library to use the library
if you have an office in the building, please consider parking your bike in your office (if there’s room!)
if you can’t figure out where the best place to park your bicycle might be, please come in and talk to us. Odds are good that if something unusual is going on, we’ll have heard about it! And if not, we will help you figure out a solution.
Here’s one option that won’t work:
locking your bike to a handrail is a parking violation; it keeps people who need that handrail from entering the building.
The good news is that the southeast (quad) entrance will be ready very soon. Once we shift over to that space, we will go back to having bike parking very close to the main entrance of the building!
Yes you can still read the dailies at Tutt Library. The the current day newspaper will be available on the shelves directly behind the research desk. Please ask at the Circulation Desk for the previous days' edtions.
Newspaper Titles received daily at Tutt Library:
Denver Post Gazette New York Times USA Today Wall Street Journal