The University Libraries is proud to host the Neysa Davis Tonks Mentor Endowment to support a Mason Undergraduate Peer Research Coach. The endowment was established by the family of Neysa... more
NV Energy has donated $10,000 to support the UNLV University Libraries’ Latinx Voices of Southern Nevada project.
Give Back! Support UNLV students! Get a chance to win a pizza party at Lied Library sponsored by Metro Pizza!
Image 1 and 2: Image Montage created using Montage via ImageJ. Top montage uses the costume design sketches, and the bottom uses photographs from the same collection.
The University Libraries will be hosting a Student Assistant Job Fair on Friday, August 24 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the Amargosa Room on the first floor of Lied Library.
Images 1 & 2: Before (top) and after (bottom) item renaming process.
Homepage collage for the Entertainment Collections
Photograph of Matthew O’Brien taken by Danny Mollohan for Beneath the Neon. From the Matthew O'Brien Papers (MS-00849).
Thomas Padilla, Visiting Digital Research Services Librarian at the University of Nevada Las Vegas will lead Collections as Data: Part to Whole, a three-year national collections as data effort supported by a $750,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Teaching and Learning Librarian Mark Lenker was recently the recipient of the 2018 Johns Hopkins University Press Award for Best Article. He received the award for "Developmentalism: Learning as the Basis for Evaluating Information", which was published in the journal "portal: Libraries and the Academy".
The UNLV University Libraries has launched a pilot project, the UNLV Open Article Fund, to provide up to $30,000 in financial assistance for UNLV faculty and graduate student researchers seeking to publish in open access journals.
From the German Baroque to Revolutionary France, with Bill Harrah’s playing cards in between, the art of printing and printmaking has captured the eye of collectors. This Reading Room exhibit highlights the visual arts of printing from three collections representing three very different collectors: a European scholar of literature, an unknown American collector of Napoleana, and a Nevada gaming mogul.
The Association of College Research Libraries (ACRL) has awarded Starr Hoffman, Director of Planning and Assessment, and James Cheng, Library Data Analyst, an Academic Library Impact Research Grant for a project entitled “Researchers on Academic Library Impact: Characteristics and Perspectives.”