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Digital Initiatives

On March 12–13, 2016, the Department of Language Studies at UTM hosted an on-campus international conference on the topic of gastronomy. Find out more and read papers by conference presenters.

Arpilleras are burlap tapestries used to document and expose oppression. Students in Dr. Joan Simalchik's Women and World Cultures class created their own arpilleras under the guidance of artist and arpillerista, Cecilia Salazr. See their work in this online exhibit.

The Medium Archive provides access to the archives of three newspapers produced by University of Toronto Mississauga students: The Erindalian, Medium II, and The Medium. The newspapers provide coverage of student activities and feature original poetry and cartoons.

A collection of images and other media about the history of University of Toronto Mississauga from 1967 to the present. Documents events and the accomplishments of staff and students over the course of fifty years.

Between 2012-2014, the UTM Library provided an alternative exhibition space for students in the Art & Art History Program. View the artwork and learn more about this initiative.
Untitled sculpture by Sarah Lalonde (2010)

Cultural connections link together a family of stringed instruments from around the world. To learn more, explore the videos, maps, and other educational materials assembled by project director, Dr. Mairi Cowan. An innovative resource for teaching World History at any level.

Teach yourself Italian grammar using this open access textbook created by UTM Department of Language Studies faculty member, Dr. Teresa Lobalsamo.

The Yagi Project Web site represents a collaboration between UTM Anthropology professor Gary Crawford, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the UTM Library. Visit the site for information about the Hamanasuno and Yagi excavation sites (1973-1980) and to view materials from the Library's archival collection.