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Based on new results from the REopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums (REALM) tests, the University Libraries will now be quarantining returned materials for 7 days. These new quarantine… more

Join the Teacher Development & Resources Library, Sperling Kronberg Mack Las Vegas Holocaust Resource Center, and the Gayle A. Zeiter Literacy Development Center on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at… more

🕒 January 15, 2021

The University Libraries has launched a new Research Data Series, a new collection of workshops meant to familiarize faculty, staff, and students alike with different data-based skills needed to carry out research.

🕒 January 14, 2021

The University Libraries has announced the Spring 2021 Online Workshop schedule, featuring more than 30 events covering a wide variety of topics utilizing tools and software for students and faculty.

🕒 January 12, 2021

The Libraries offers flexible ways to incorporate research support in your courses. For students, research can be overwhelming at the best of times. Libraries faculty are here to partner with you to make research fun, and help students through every step of the research process no matter the circumstances. 

🕒 January 12, 2021

The University Libraries, in conjunction with the Office of Information Technology, the Office of Online Education, the Faculty Center, and the UNLV Bookstore, invite faculty of all ranks and classifications to apply for the OER Faculty Learning Group.

Information regarding stipends, participant expectations, and the application process can be found on the University Libraries’ OER page. Applications are due by February 12.

🕒 December 20, 2020
A Spectre is Haunting Hollywood: The History of Howard Hughes and HUAC - Part I
🕒 December 8, 2020
Take a look at this panoramic! This view of the Las Vegas valley needs two tables to fully unroll.
🕒 November 11, 2020

In light of rising COVID-19 rates in Nevada and Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order to limit in-person gatherings, the remaining three episodes of the We Need To Talk: Discussions on Racism For A More Resilient Las Vegas series will be postponed. 

🕒 November 3, 2020
Introducing the Inventing Hollywood: Preserving and Providing Access to the Papers of Renegade Genius Howard Hughes Project Team!

The processing project team for the "Inventing Hollywood: Preserving and Providing Access to the Papers of Renegade Genius Howard Hughes" NEH grant has been hard at working surveying the collection, preparing inventories, and beginning conservation work. The team is a diverse group of students, part-time processing assistants, and a project archivist.

🕒 October 20, 2020

In celebration of International Open Access Week, the University Libraries is presenting the third annual UNLV Open Access Awards. This year's honorees represent a variety of units and researchers across campus.

🕒 October 20, 2020

Did you know that having and using an ORCID iD can help support your open access scholarship? ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier) is a 16-digit number that distinguishes you from other researchers, ensuring your work is recognized. ORCID is increasingly required by funders and publishers, including open access publishers. 

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