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Texas A&M, UT Open Joint Library Facility

tamu-ut-joint-library-facilityimage © TAMUToday the Texas A&M University (TAMU) and University of Texas (UT) systems are opening a Joint Library Facility at TAMU’s Riverside Campus. The $6.3 million, 18,000-square-foot facility will house more than 1 million books from the collections of the two universities and make them available for use by other academic or medical institutions.

Texas A&M in College Station and UT Austin have collaborated in the past on projects, such as the Texas Digital Library and preservation storage in a high-density library repository in Austin. This new Joint Library Facility represents another level of cooperation by incorporating the resource-in-common model for all materials in the facility and including general academic and medical campuses from both systems.

For more details, see the May 21 TAMU Times article, "Texas A&M and University Of Texas Systems to Open Joint Library Facility Friday," and the May 21 UT Libraries news release, "Texas A&M and University of Texas Renew Collaboration with Opening of Joint Library Facility."

 
 
 

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