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Spaces and Services for Student Success, With over 2 780 seats and 405 computers the Libraries offer a variety work and study spaces Areas include an. Information Commons for computing collaboration and research GroupSpot a state of the art digital classroom. and study space that facilitates collaboration through small group tables with shared displays quiet study and. computing areas and 60 group study rooms Specialized engineering software is available on several. workstations at JPL in a dedicated area, The Libraries offer a number of additional services and resources to enhance student success including laptops. and multimedia equipment for borrowing online course reserves textbook reserves high speed scanners DVD. viewing stations and collaborative group workstations To provide comprehensive student support the library has. created partnerships with campus tutoring programs including the Judith G Gardner Center for Writing. Excellence the Tom s Rivera Center which provides tutoring in a variety of subjects and the Supplemental. Instruction Program a peer tutoring program, The Libraries reference services have moved far beyond the traditional reference desk Students and. researchers are encouraged to Ask us Anything via the Libraries popular online chat service or by text email. phone or in person at one of our information desks at either campus. Staff are available all hours that the Libraries are open to assist patrons in checking out materials accessing. media equipment and items placed on reserve by faculty members for specific courses and using the facility. materials computers and other equipment in the JPL A courier service provides one day service for students. faculty and staff to transport needed books and other materials between the JPL and the DT Library. Research and Teaching Resources, The librarian for Architecture creates library research guides specifically for students in Architecture programs at. http libguides utsa edu architecture This and other online guides provide contact information for librarians and. library support staff pathways to online databases electronic journals ebooks and online videos access to. professional resources guidelines for citing resources and information about ethics global issues and policy. research Research guides can be linked to Blackboard pages for Architecture courses. Archives and Special Collections, The UTSA Archives and Special Collections serve as repositories for the University s primary source materials. including manuscripts rare books and University records In addition to University records the archives core. collecting areas include San Antonio history urban development and architecture regional authors Mexican. cookery women and women s history and the Texas Mexico border region Its holdings total more than 5 200. linear feet and its finding aids are available in the Texas Archival Resources Online database. Special Collections contains more than 19 300 volumes emphasizing the history and development of the Texas. Mexico border region especially the people history art architecture life and literature of San Antonio and South. Texas It also supports the research needs of UTSA by providing a general selection of core Texas historical book. materials and a comprehensive selection of San Antonio historical book materials. Regarding the study of architecture the HemisFair Collection includes materials that document the history of the. River Walk and additional resources that support research into local preservation are available In addition. resources about local architects local builders and historic buildings are maintained. The UTSA Libraries are attracting an increasing number of gift collections from the community including sizable. collections that support growing programs in music and architecture as well as personal collections from cultural. figures in San Antonio, UTSA Archives holds materials related to the development and revitalization of San Antonio and its surrounding. areas including the personal papers of local architects and architecture historians as well as the organizational. records of city wide initiatives and commissions,Architecture Resources and Services Staff. The subject specialist in architecture Gary Woods has responsibility for developing strong relationships with the. faculty members who serve as library liaisons and to support the UTSA Architecture program by providing. collection building instruction in depth reference assistance and general assistance with library services and. Gary Woods the subject specialist for architecture has an undergraduate degree in philosophy and a Master of. Library and Information Science both from the University of Texas at Austin UTSA has a large staff to serve the. UTSA Architecture program The Downtown Library has two librarians eight paraprofessionals and several. student assistants Librarians are expected to attend at least one conference each year Mr Woods generally. attends the annual conference of the Association of Architecture School Librarians Staff salaries are competitive. with other institutions of higher education, Libraries staff report to the Dean of Libraries through four Assistant Deans The Assistant Dean for Collections. and Curriculum Support and the Assistant Dean for Public Services are the most relevant for collections services. and staff at the Downtown Library Librarians at UTSA have professional non faculty status. Architecture Resources and Services Research Databases in Architecture. The Libraries provide access to databases with content crucial to undergraduate and graduate studies and. advanced research across all areas of architecture urban and regional planning public administration. construction science civil engineering and other related areas with content published by major societies and. providers such as American Institute of Architects AIA Society of Architectural Historians SAH American. Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers ASHRAE Royal Institute of British Architects. RIBA and American Society of Landscape Architects ASLA major publishers collections of ejournals ebooks. and other materials in ScienceDirect SpringerLINK Sage Premier Emerald Insight Cambridge Journals Online. De Gruyter Online and Wiley Online Library and well as streaming video collections such as OnArchitecture. Engineering Case Studies Films on Demand VAST Filmmakers Library and Kanopy videos These databases. collectively ensure research level access to fundamental materials needed to support UTSA s Architecture. Major online resources for architecture and related disciplines include. Applied Science and Technology Abstracts,Art Full Text. Art Index Retrospective,ASCE Online Research Library. Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals,Building Green. CAMIO Collection of Art Images Online,DAAI Design and Applied Art Index. DAR Design Abstracts Restrospective,Digital Sanborn Maps 1867 1970. Emerald Insight, Engineering Case Studies Online streaming video and text. Environmental Engineering and Ecology Abstracts,Environmental Universe. IHS Standards,Knovel ebooks,Material ConneXion,Materials Science a Sage Full Text Collection. OnArchitecture streaming videos,Oxford Art Online,Project Muse. ScienceDirect, Sustainability Science Abstracts subfile of Environmental Sciences Pollution. Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering Computer Science ebooks. Wiley Journals Online, Other significant electronic resources include the discipline specific databases in related areas These include full. text databases in engineering computer and information sciences art art history photography history. demographics environmental science as well as full text electronic books in many disciplines. Architecture Resources and Services Books, The primary focus of the Libraries collection in support of the architecture program has been on architecture. design construction structural engineering historic preservation and urban studies and planning Additional. support is provided by relevant literature in the visual arts including art history and criticism techniques of. drawing and the decorative arts as well as other academic disciplines such as economics management public. administration psychology sociology and anthropology. As of August 2015 the Libraries collections related specifically to architecture design construction and. structural engineering consisted of more than 18 788 volumes These totals represent an increase of 130 more. 10 630 volumes respectively since September 2003 Counting only those materials classed specifically in. architecture filed under NA by the Library of Congress classification scheme the Library s collections consist of. more than 13 901 volumes These totals represent an increase of 134 since September 2003 However none. of these counts reflects strong holdings in historic preservation and urban studies and planning which are. typically categorized under history economics anthropology and sociology nor the strong regional focus of the. collection on the South Texas Northern Mexico region and more broadly the Southwestern United States. Another 30 232 volumes provide broad support for general art art history and criticism and art studio courses. The Libraries also maintain substantial collections in related academic areas such as psychology management. sociology and anthropology which include relevant literature Each of these areas also offers master s programs. and thus receives strong support from the Libraries with collections incorporating a wide range of print. audiovisual and electronic resources, For areas of study within the College of Architecture Construction and Planning the breakdown is as follows. architecture 13 901 titles 14 870 items, decorative arts and interior decoration 1 709 titles 2 296 items. gardens landscape architecture 867 titles 958 items. building construction 1 487 titles 1 808 items, communities city and regional planning 3 549 titles 3 997 items. Collections have been strengthened in support of undergraduate teaching and in areas of new programs and. research Some examples include sustainable building building science urban planning architectural theory. history of architecture furniture history of interior design and collected works of individual architects. Architecture Resources and Services Journals, The Library currently subscribes to 39 print journals to support the needs of programs in the College of. Architecture Construction and Planning In addition many architecture journals are available in full text through. subscriptions to their publishers electronic journal collections The Libraries continue to support increased access. to these and other journals electronically through subscription databases In total the library has access to 173. journals in electronic format for architecture New titles both in print and in electronic formats are added in. response to faculty requests and program needs, Library Expenditures in Support of College of Architecture Construction and Planning Programs. In the last five years the Libraries have expended 465 799 00 on library materials for architecture In FY2015. the Libraries expended over 76 000 for books databases multimedia and journals in direct support of. Architecture programs and an additional 107 783 00 in related disciplines Approximately 29 000 or about 38. of the total amount spent on materials for Architecture was expended on databases and journals The remaining. amount was expended on print and electronic books and multimedia materials. Expenditures for Architecture FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15, Books print electronic 75 112 11 68 811 72 59 223 20 46 816 13. Databases Digital Collections 13 294 00 19 676 50 15 322 00 17 556 39. Multimedia 320 00 260 49 1 024 55 984 54, Journals print electronic 10 043 90 10 457 23 10 819 36 11 423 63. Total 98 770 01 99 205 94 86 389 11 76 780 69,Additional Research Level Materials. Other indexing and full text journal collections support upper level studies and research but are broader in scope. and provide valuable depth such as Annual Reviews ProQuest Research Library JSTOR Dissertations. Theses Full Text Sage Research Methods Journal Citation Reports JCR and Web of Science Such. collections support intensive research activities for a number of existing and proposed programs. Resources Available through Library Partners, The Libraries participate in a variety of cooperative library agreements at the local regional national and. international levels that serve to broaden the base of resources available to the UTSA s faculty students and. staff and significantly improve access to resources Some resources are made available through the UT System. Advisory Committee on Library Resources which cooperatively acquires houses and provides access to. additional resources that may be beyond the means of any single UT institution Membership in the Center for. Research Libraries provides the UTSA community access to over 5 million unique rarely held materials. collected by the Center These materials both supplement and complement the holdings of most major research. libraries The TexShare Library Resource Sharing Program supports and enhances resource sharing among. Texas academic libraries In addition to access to all available online catalogs of TexShare libraries TexShare. membership entitles participants access to several major databases Membership in the Council of Research. and Academic Libraries CORAL authorizes UTSA users to access other member institutions collections at no. charge This access includes unique archives and collections in the San Antonio area that may provide special.
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