Four Directions celebrates Native American and Indigenous Peoples’ and students’ political, social and cultural realities at MU and beyond. Visit the Ellis Library colonnade to see an exhibit of books by and about Native Americans.
The Engineering Library & Technology Commons will have the following hours from May 15th – August 22nd:
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Monday May 31th – Memorial Day: Closed
Monday July 5th: Closed
Books from University Libraries may be returned any time we are closed using the Book Return located right outside of the library.
For a detailed list of hours, please visit University Libraries Hours
Have an excellent summer everyone!
The University of Missouri Libraries currently have Beta access to a new text and data mining service from JSTOR and Portico. This is a new, free tool that enables TDM access to over 30 million journal articles, book chapters, and research reports in the JSTOR and Portico databases. The tool provides online access to a computing environment (Python, jupyter notebooks) for building and analyzing datasets, along with extensively-documented tutorial notebooks and additional learning resources for beginning Python and TDM techniques.
Our access to the beta allows for larger datasets and additional computing resources over the free tier, so to get started visit our guide for up-to-date information, access links, and workshop information.