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Central Library

702 Planetarium Pl., Arlington, TX

Upcoming Events

HerStory Edit-a-thon

Preserving HERstory in Texas: A Wikipedia Edit-a-thon; UTA Librarians and staff will guide you through research and show you how to add content to Wikipedia....

3/28 10am
Women's & Gender Studies Edit-a-thon

In conjunction with the UTA Library, Women's & Gender Studies Program will host a Wikipedia edit-a-thon during Women's History Month, focusing on editing and...

3/28 10am
Tail Waggin’ Wednesday

Spend some quality time with our awesome pups!

4/4 12pm
Introduction to Git and Github

April 5, 2018 at 1:30 pm Central Library, Room 315A This is a beginner course providing steps toward using Git, an excellent source control management...

4/18 1:30pm
UTA Libraries holiday hours and closings

UTA Libraries will be closed July 4.


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John M Young

John M Young left a positive review 3/27/2017

The Data Visualization Across Different Media presented by Peace Ossom Williamson was an excellent introduction into the subject of graphic data presentation. Ms. Williams demonstrated a deep knowledge, understanding, and experience in presenting data in a visual format.
In fact, her presentation was great example of the key concepts. She presented the information in a clear, well thought out, and precise manner. She addressed perceptual cognitive tendencies and then went on to basic design principles. From there, she elaborated upon various formats, tools, and their respective merits. Ultimately, Ms. Williams brought together her knowledge, use of media, examples, and her own experience to provide a one-stop introduction to this subject that left one with a feeling of understanding as well as a desire to know more.

Swarada Ulhas Nargolkar

Swarada Ulhas Nargolkar left a positive review 4/4/2017

it was awesome

Chaitanya Vinayakrao Gokhale

Chaitanya Vinayakrao Gokhale left a negative review 2/27/2017

I went to the location but nobody was there, Tried to inquire about it but library staff didn't have a clue about it.