The L. Tom Perry Special Collections sponsors a number of lectures throughout the year related to the materials that we collect and make available. These events include the Omnibus Lecture Program, as well as exhibit-related programs and other special events.
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The Omnibus Lecture Program includes both “spur of the moment” presentations and well-planned lecture series, offered to the BYU community to promote scholarship, student-faculty discourse and ground-breaking use of library holdings. Lectures can be refined, carefully crafted presentations or “in-progress” presentations where participants contribute to the presenter’s discovery.
Lectures are small, collaborative gatherings that take place typically on Thursdays at 3 pm in the DeLamar Jensen Lecture Room (HBLL 1130) adjacent to the L. Tom Perry Special Collections, unless otherwise noted.
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Why the name Omnibus?
Last Modified: October 21, 2014