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Curriculum Materials Library to Change Name to Teacher Development & Resources Library

By Michael Yunkin on May 16, 2016 3:17 PM | Permalink

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The Curriculum Materials Library (CML) is changing its name to the Teacher Development & Resources Library (TDRL). Located in the College of Education, the CML is a branch library of the UNLV University Libraries.

With the name change, the library will be updating signage within the library and the Carlson Education Building and updating library and campus print and electronic publications after May 16 and over the summer. All changes are expected to be completed by August so that the name change is in place for the start of the 2016 – 2017 academic year.

Media on the Move at Lied Library

By Michael Yunkin on May 3, 2016 7:53 AM | Permalink

More changes are coming to the media collections of the UNLV University Libraries – all to increase access to media resources such as films and to enable ease of use for students both in and out of the classroom.

Beginning in Fall 2014, Lied Library initiated a series of changes to increase access to its media collections. One of the initial changes affected the circulation policy for DVDs and videotapes which was modified to allow any member of the UNLV community to check out an item for 7 days.

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Over the summer of 2016, additional changes will take place as the University Libraries moves its media collections from being a reserve collection to an open collection, making the materials available in open stack areas.