University of Tampa Institutional Repository

The University of Tampa Institutional Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes the intellectual output of the UT community. Our repository is an important tool for preserving UT's legacy, while promoting the University’s scholarship around the world.

For more information about our policies, please see this guide.

To view items restricted to the UT community when off-campus, please log-in using the LDAP option with your Spartans Domain.

Materials are available for scholarly and research use only. Permission for use must be given by the owner.

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Recently Added

  • Lax, Eric (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2019-05-13)
    This documentary is about underwater life in Florida and how pollution in Florida and around the world affects waterways. The documentary shows the beauty of underwater life, and also how they are threatened by pollution.
  • Bear, Dr. Marca Marie, Editor-In-Chief; Tews, Kari, Associate Editor-In-Chief; Farley, Stephen, IPO Staff Contributor; Ryan, Lisa, IPO Staff Contributor; Wolf, Cecilia, IPO Staff Contributor; Johnson, Nina, IPO Staff Contributor; Smalls, Rhonda, IPO Staff Contributor (Office of International Programs, The University of Tampa, 2019)
  • Whitesel, Taylor (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2019-05-03)
    A 30 minute documentary of the Gentrification Process currently enfolding in Tampa.
  • Torres, Ivette (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2019-05-13)
    The process of creating an animation/pitch bible for my childrens show concept.
  • Ryan, Jason (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2019-05-13)
    Drawing inspired from the wildlife hierarchy of plants, herbivores, and carnivores, a digital ecosystem has been created being represented by small dots. This ecosystem has been turned into a living painting that is ever ...

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