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Board Games Available for Check Out at Lied Library Circulation Desk

By SKennedy on November 15, 2023 9:46 AM | Permalink
Collage of the game boxes available for check out.
Board games available for checkout at Lied Library. Planning your next game night and want to try out a new game? Just need a break from studying and want something to do? Check out a board game at Lied Library! The Libraries are piloting a new program offering board games for check out to UNLV students, faculty, and staff. Available…
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Looking For Access To Political or Social Sciences Data? Check Out ICPSR

By SKennedy on November 14, 2023 9:53 AM | Permalink
ICPSR: The world's largest collection of digital social science data
ICPSR Where is your research in the political or social sciences taking you? Do you simply need to determine the average age at which men versus women begin smoking? Or do you need more in-depth data about differences in political attitudes based on age, gender, education, race, or ethnicity? These are just a sample of the multitude of…
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STEM Lights The Way on November Curated Book Display

By SKennedy on November 6, 2023 10:54 AM | Permalink
STEM Lights The Way Curated Book Display Covers
STEM Lights The Way Curated Book Display STEM Lights the Way this November at the Teacher Development & Resources Library! Join us on a journey of discovering the ways in which science, technology, engineering, and math have changed the world.  Select titles include: American Murderer by Gail JarrowBorn Curious…
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Libraries to close at 3 p.m. Nov. 16-18

By SKennedy on November 1, 2023 11:40 AM | Permalink
Computers in Lied Library
Computers in Lied Library Due to anticipated traffic congestion around campus for the Las Vegas Grand Prix, Lied Library, Architecture Studies Library, Music Library, and Teacher Development & Resources Library will close at 3 p.m. Nov. 16-18.  The School of Medicine Library, serving the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV,…
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Celebrate International Games Month at the Libraries

By SKennedy on October 25, 2023 12:22 PM | Permalink

International Games Month November is International Games Month! Grab a friend or make some new ones when you join the University Libraries for one of our free International Games Month activities. Tavern Talks: A TTRPG Social Wednesday, November 12:30-4:30 p.m.Goldfield Room, Lied Library Interested in tabletop roleplaying games?…
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New Database: Amnesty International Archives

By SKennedy on October 13, 2023 2:52 PM | Permalink
Amnesty International Archives homepage
Amnesty International Archives The University Libraries has obtained access to Amnesty International Archives: A Global Movement for Human Rights, the archival records of the International Secretariat of Amnesty International dating from 1961-1991. In this database, you can explore the rise of the global human rights movement during the…
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AI Researcher Sil Hamilton to Explore the Second Digital Revolution in the Humanities

By SKennedy on October 6, 2023 3:15 PM | Permalink
Digital Humanities 2.0: Generative AI
The UNLV Libraries, in collaboration with Black Mountain Institute and Plympton, will host a special event that examines the intersection of the humanities and artificial intelligence on Tuesday, Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. in the Goldfield Room at Lied Library. Sil Hamilton "Digital Humanities 2.0: Generative AI" will feature renowned AI…
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TDRL October Book Display Proclaims 'Let Freedom Read'

By SKennedy on October 5, 2023 9:27 AM | Permalink
Let Freedom Read book covers
In October, the Teacher Development & Resources Library proclaims "Let Freedom Read!" Join us in support of the freedom to enjoy diverse stories, discover new ideas and truths, meet characters who may challenge our world view, and learn from a variety of life experiences. Select titles include: The Luis Ortega Survival…
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Mini Mandy Mondays Scavenger Hunt

By SKennedy on September 26, 2023 1:05 PM | Permalink
Mini Mandy Mondays text with image of 5 small skeletons and two jack o'lanterns.
Mandy the Skeleton, Lied Library's rockstar anatomical model, loves the Makerspace. But a recent 3D printing experiment went horribly wrong, and Mandy accidentally create five mini clones. These mini-Mandys are now running amok and terrorizing the Libraries. Can you help us find and stop them? Each Monday in October, we will announce a…
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Banned Books Week: Tell Us Why These Books Matter

By SKennedy on September 21, 2023 2:11 PM | Permalink
Banned Books Week October 1-7, 2023 Let Freedom Read poster
Banned Books Week 2023 In conjunction with Banned Books Week running October 1-7, 2023, the Teacher Development & Resources Library and the University Libraries want to hear your thoughts. Visit our Tell Us Why These Books Matter form and select one or more commonly challenged book or graphic novel titles listed and tell us why these…
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