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UNLV theses and dissertations dating back to 1978 are now available for researchers using ProQuest through a project spearheaded by the Scholarly Communications Initiatives department in the University Libraries.
In the final in a series celebrating Black History Month, Claytee White examines racial tension from the 1960s and 1970s in Las Vegas and shares three oral histories to read for more perspective on the era.
The University Libraries recently completed a semester-long virtual reality pilot project focused on students studying human anatomy in order to explore how the libraries can partner with teaching faculty to integrate virtual reality learning experiences into UNLV curricula.
Nominations are now being accepted for the Lance and Elena Calvert Undergraduate Research Awards. The University Libraries present the awards annually to undergraduate students who have completed significant research projects that make sophisticated and interesting use of library collections.
In our Secrets from Special Collections series, UNLV Libraries Special Collections and Archives staff members divulge what they consider to be the hidden gems of the library, sharing answers, based on their own experiences, to six intriguing questions. Here, Technical Services Librarian Tammi Kim gives us a glimpse into life working among the rare treasures of the library.
Claytee White, Director of the Oral History Research Center, share some of her favorite oral histories examining the 1930s-1950s in Las Vegas as part of the Documenting the African Experience in Las Vegas in this series celebrating Black History Month.
Join Paradise Filmworks International, the Sperling Kronberg Mack Las Vegas Holocaust Resource Center, and the UNLV Teacher Development and Resources Library for a special screening of the documentary film, No Asylum: The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank's Story.
The University Libraries and the UNLV Department of Art will host the Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon on Wednesday, Feb. 28 from 3-7 p.m. in the Amargosa Room in Lied Library.
The Mary Etta Syphus family home in Panaca, Nevada, where the packet of letters were found hidden in a wall years after the house had been abandoned. Photo taken approximately 1973. (MS-00169)
The University Libraries will be offering drop-in training sessions on how to use the new Quick Search on Tuesday, March 13 from Noon-2 p.m. and Wednesday, March 24 from 2-4 p.m. in the Research Consultation Room in Lied Library.