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Between the Lines, News from YOUR Research Library: Learn

Welcome to Between the Lines, an e-newsletter created for UNLV faculty, staff, administrators, and graduate students.

In this issue, themed LEARN, we highlight just a couple of the ways the Libraries contribute to lifelong learning. For example, May 1st marks the opening of a new library exhibit, French Connection: Lido de Paris and Folies Bergère in Las Vegas. This exhibit promises to be an exciting self-directed learning experience. Mark your calendars for the opening event and panel discussion on May 17.

We announce our upcoming summer graduate internship opportunities and share what our 2014 interns learned and how two of them turned their experience into scholarship. UNLV Libraries is very proud to support graduate students in their development of both job skills and lifelong learning skills.

Learn about our varied and deep collections of electronic newspapers and think about how to connect students to this rich resource. We invite you to keep up with our video streaming subscriptions through our Media Playlist blog. And finally, read what the early data is showing about what our recent alumni value from their learning experience at UNLV, and how they use the skills learned in college once they are in the workplace.

Between the Lines will return in the fall with updates on important library news. Until then, visit the Libraries’ News Blog (available at library.unlv.edu) for new information weekly.

Warmest regards,

Patricia Iannuzzi
Dean of Libraries