The University Libraries will offer students an overnight study space in Lied Library to use during the Spring 2018 Study and Finals Weeks. The Book 'n' Bean and Extended Study Area will... more
De-stress during Study Week with one of our fun activities at Lied Library. Take a virtual nature walk, spend some time with a certified therapy dog, practice yoga and guided meditation,... more
Faculty from the UNLV College of Liberal Arts and College of Urban Affairs recently had an in-depth opportunity to explore UNLV University Libraries Special Collections and build course assignments during the second annual faculty retreat hosted in January.
The University Libraries is working with campus partners to increase the number of adaptive and assistive technologies available to assist students, faculty, and other users with utilizing library facilities, resources, and services. The Consolidated Students of University of Nevada (CSUN), UNLV Office of Information Technology, and the Disability Resource Center have partnered with the University Libraries to identify needed services and expand the selection of these technologies.
Marina Georgieva, Project Manager for the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP) at UNLV
Photograph of the “Tending the Fire” statue in front of the Potawatomi Bingo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, approximately 1999-2001. Katherine A. Spilde Papers on Native American Gaming. MS-00092. Special Collections, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Glenn Davis photographed a sailboat on Lake Mead near the crest of Boulder Dam from the upstream Nevada side. The dam was officially renamed Hoover Dam in 1947. (PH: 0020-0126)
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.
Photograph of the I-15 corridor, March 23, 2016. Aaron Mayes, UNLV Libraries Special Collections.
Above: This photograph of a snow-laden tree in Las Vegas in 1930 is part of our Doris Hancock Collection. Mrs. Hancock was a teacher at the John S. Park School for 39 years, retiring in 1963.