UTEP LIbrary, Access Services Desk
(915) 747-5672 or (915) 747-5674.
(915) 747-5643 or (915) 747-5638
UTEP Police Department (24/7)
(Emergency and Non-emergency calls)
(There's only 2 Wi-Fi options: 1. UTEPGuest: WiFi network was deployed to meet the most basic Internet needs and to be used by visitors to the UTEP campus; and 2. UTEPSecure, for students / faculty / staff. )
To access electronic resources outside the library you will need to authenticate your status as a UTEP student.
There are two options for remote access:
Hello there! This is a library research guide made specifically for your class. Here you will find links to recommended resources to guide your research; short how-tos; information related to Symbolism and Mythology in Ancient Egyptian Art; personalized librarian assistance; and help with both print and electronic resources available through the UTEP Library.
Flinders Petrie’s pioneering excavation technique—to examine soil inch by inch instead of heaving shovelfuls of dirt around a site—elevated archaeology from an activity for tomb raiders and treasure hunters to a true science. He conducted the first mathematical analysis of the architecture of the pyramids, discovered the oldest portraits in the world, and unearthed ancient Egypt’s prehistoric roots. In this program, Chris Naunton, director of the Egypt Exploration Society, travels to the key sites of Petrie’s discoveries and draws on his extensive correspondence, work journals, and photos to chart the man’s remarkable achievements. A BBC Production. (52 minutes)
Located inside the UTEP Library, next to the Reference Desk (on the right) on the 2nd floor, the University Writing Center has the following Features and Services:
500 W. University Avenue : El Paso, TX, 79968-0582 : (915) 747-5672