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Howdy! This is a library guide made specifically for your class. Here you will find links to recommended resources to guide your research; short how-tos; information on copyright in the visual arts, plagiarism; personalized librarian assistance; and help with searching for print and electronic resources available through the UTEP Library.

Ceramics: The Secret Life of Materials

Ceramics: The Secret Life of Materials (49:45)

Sand and clay, transformed by fire, become glass, earthenware, porcelain, or concrete—all types of ceramics. In this program, materials scientist Dr. Mark Miodownik delves into the history, production, and use of ceramics, and the large role they play in the creation of the 21st-century world. A BBC Production. (50 minutes)

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