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Provides annotated links to scholarly resources of particular interest to students & faculty researching at U.Va.
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Welcome to the 2022-23 academic course. Having COVID pandemic finally under control, I will be very happy to have meeting in person and also I will be available for meetings virtually using Zoom. You can schedule an appointment by contacting me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to have a virtual appointment, I will send you a Zoom link for us to meet. If Zoom will not work for you, please email me and we will find another option for meeting.
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Using Library Facilities.
All UVA libraries are open with access to their Library stacks, rooms, and other public spaces. However, remember that the Main Library (before called Alderman) remains closed for construction. The current central library for Social Sciences and Humanities is Clemons Library. Check: Library Hours and locations
Check a LibGuide with general resources about COVID-19
Refreshing our memory about Ivy Stacks library (A library that holds a large library collection from the Main Library during its construction). Ivy Stacks is a high-density shelving and retrieval facility located one mile west of Central Grounds. Materials are available for checkout through Virgo. Ivy Stacks also houses a reading room, which is available for students and researchers who request materials and an appointment in advance.
LEO delivery to departments will once again be available for faculty, staff, and graduate students. This means you will be able to have books and other circulating material delivered directly to you via your mailboxes. To refresh yourself on the methodology, consult Library Express On-Grounds (LEO delivery Services)
Welcome to the UVA Italian Studies Research Guide. In this guide you will find resources for research and learning about Italian language, literature, and culture.
Its main purpose is to support UVA students, faculty, and researchers in courses, programs and research initiatives that focus on Italian Studies. This guide direct you to the best resources for the study of Italian including reference works, monographs, journal articles, databases owned or licensed by the library, and links to external web resources.
We hope this Guide will serve you as a useful door for these related UVA collections. Please select any tab from the left menu to expand your search.
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