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Between the Lines, News from YOUR Research Library: Focus

By BTL on November 30, 2013 11:30 AM | Permalink

Welcome to the final fall issue of Between the Lines, an e-newsletter created specifically with UNLV staff, faculty, administrators, and graduate students in mind.  As the semester comes to an end, we share with you the details and progress of a few key projects that have been our focus throughout the fall.

For our fifth issue, themed FOCUS, we highlight the contributions our subject liaison librarians have made to student learning across the disciplines through the integrated research component in the First-Year Seminar courses this year. 

We also focus on some of the recent research accolades and scholarship accomplishments of our librarians; two valuable grant-seeking databases available through the Libraries; the progress of our second annual “Night at the Libraries” event for Clark County School District history student researchers; the upcoming completion of several key space enhancement projects for Lied Library; and our plan for library services during our approaching extended winter closure of Lied Library.

Between the Lines will be back to update you on important library news in the spring.  Until then, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and the Libraries’ News Blog (available at for new information weekly.

We’ll be here during the extended winter closure focusing on initiatives that fulfill our mission to define the new academic research library—bringing people and information together in innovative ways.

Warmest regards,

Patricia Iannuzzi
Dean of Libraries