Happy Thanksgiving from the UNLV University Libraries! In celebration of the holiday, the libraries will have adjusted hours for the Thanksgiving weekend.
Study Week is stressful, but the library is here to help you de-stress for finals success! Stop by one or more events in Lied Library during study and finals week. Spend a few minutes with... more
Special Collections and Archives and the Center for Gaming Research are delighted to welcome our latest Eadington Fellow, Kim Manh.
Librarians remain current on developments in scholarly communication in order to spend limited resources wisely, teach students, provide research support to academic and professional colleagues, and make good decisions about our own scholarship.
This August marked the start of the 16th fall semester in Lied Library, which, as you may have noticed, has received a number of public space enhancements during the past few years. University Libraries is driven by the principle of continuous improvement, and work to provide the best learning environment for our students, faculty, staff, and community.
"Please I’d Like to Grow," a new exhibit on the first floor of Lied Library, highlights student activism at UNLV from its founding through the present day. Rebel Yell articles as well as ephemera, including posters, t-shirts, fliers, and other documents from UNLV University Archives, provide evidence of student-led social and political activism around issues such as education, racism and civil rights, war, gender and sexuality, immigration, and the environment.
University Libraries is participating in Research Week with the series of events and workshops listed in the schedule below. Please review the schedule for more information on registration.
Cory Lampert, Head, Digital Collections, Special Collections Division
Down on the first-floor processing area of UNLV’s Lied Library, our local National Historical Publications and Records Commission grant project team is busy at work organizing, rehousing, and describing three of the largest gaming collections in Special Collections.
Aug. 31, 3pm to 5pm Sept. 1, 2pm to 4pm Amargosa Room, 1st floor, Lied Library
Tee off your semester by playing mini-golf and other games while you learn about the many free resources from the University Libraries and Academic Success Center. Win prizes, meet other students, enjoy refreshments, and get to know the ins and outs of your research library!