WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT THE LIBRARY

By Jordan Hanzon, marketing and public relations assistant, J. Willard Marriott Library

Suggest purchases of new books



Can’t find that latest book everyone’s talking about? Are there certain materials you think the library should own? You can suggest a new purchase and we’ll add it to our collection.


You can create professional looking videos with just One Button



We have recently launched the One Button Studio as a way for you to create an amazing video with just the simple press of a button. The studio allows you to create high-quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive with you and push a single button.

Get one-on-one consultations on your 3-D project



Whether it’s 3-D printing, modeling, scanning or VR technologies, we’re here to help. Send us an email and we can help you figure out how to make your next cool idea a reality.


We’ll get those books, articles and journals even if we don’t own them



Thanks to Interlibrary Loan, we have access to millions of works that we can get to you fast. The free service provides students with books and articles by borrowing them from other libraries. Just submit a request and we’ll figure out where it is.


You can create amazing art



Our Book Arts Program is planning their final workshop for the semester on Nov. 10. It’ll be a great opportunity to learn about letterpress printing and have some fun while you’re at it.


Kids can play too



Our Family Reading Room is a safe space for kids to play and read while you study. The room features four desktop computers, an Apple TV, a lactation room and of course, toys. There are also group study rooms so you can work with fellow students while your kids play nearby.


Make your papers pop



Find great sources for your research papers using our extensive databases. If you want a more hands-on-approach on some old-school sources, try our Special Collections on Level 4 to access some very rare books.


For questions or more information, contact Jordan Hanzon at jordan.hanzon@utah.edu or 801-581-8857