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Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL)

The Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL) is The University of Texas at Austin’s main research library. It embraces all subject fields, with the strongest holdings in the humanities, social sciences, business, and education. Open to everyone, we welcome your visit!

101 21ST ST E, Austin, Texas 78705

Phone

(512) 495-4350

Website

lib.utexas.edu

Twitter

@utlibraries

Upcoming Events

RSVP for free Open Workshops!

Open Workshops are offered throughout the semester to any student at no cost. Dates are listed below. Space is limited. You must RSVP at least three days in...

4/8 5pm
RSVP for free Open Workshops!

Open Workshops are offered throughout the semester to any student at no cost. Dates are listed below. Space is limited. You must RSVP at least three days in...

4/9 5pm
Change the Subject : a documentary about libraries, labels, and activism (54 min., United States, 2019)

Change the Subject shares the story of a group of college students, who from their first days at Dartmouth College, were committed to advancing and promoting...

4/16 6pm
Templates and Formatting Session 2

The Graduate School distributes a set of thesis and dissertation templates in Microsoft Word for Apple and Windows computers, which will help you format your...

4/21 1pm
 Get Your Students Speaking! Intentionally Raising Oral Proficiency in the Language Classroom

Participants will leave this workshop with practical, easy-to-use strategies that increase the use of the target language in their classrooms. Through...

6/24 9:30am

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Adrian R Riccelli left a positive review 10/14/2019

Very helpful! Will save me many hours of formatting!

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Marisol Bayona Roman left a positive review 6/17/2019

It was helpful and well-organized. And the presenters were really good!