Join the University Libraries for International Open Access Week Oct. 25-31

By SKennedy on October 21, 2021 6:33 PM | Permalink

The UNLV University Libraries will be promoting access open access to research materials during a series of events in conjunction with International Open Access Week, which runs this year from Oct. 25-31. RSVP for our featured event or sign up for one of our workshops. Transforming Open Access: UNLV's Growing Suite of Author Support for…
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One Square Foot Larger: Exhibit Celebrates 20 Years of Lied Library

By SKennedy on October 13, 2021 11:37 PM | Permalink

One Square Foot Larger: 20 Years of Lied Library exhibit A new exhibit, "One Square Foot Larger," celebrating the 20th anniversary of Lied Library is now on display on the first floor. The exhibit, by Peter Michel and Aaron Mayes, details the some of the history of of Lied Library's construction. Dedicated in January 2001, Lied has served…
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A Nightmare on Lied Street

By SKennedy on October 11, 2021 8:09 PM | Permalink
Nightmare on Lied Street Collection
Nightmare on Lied Street Collection October is spook-tacular at Lied Library! We're celebrating all things horror with out "Nightmare on Lied Street" DVD and Kanopy streaming movie collection. Stop by the Leisure Reading section of Lied Library to browse all our horror and Halloween movies, or select from some streaming titles available on…
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UNLV Libraries/Urban Affairs Discussion Series to Address Asian American Discrimination

By SKennedy on October 8, 2021 6:19 PM | Permalink
Mark Padoongpatt
Mark Padoongpatt, director of Asian & Asian American Studies at UNLV and associate professor of Asian American studies and interdisciplinary studies The panel series, “We Need To Talk: Conversations on Racism for a More Resilient Las Vegas,” will host an in-person and livestreamed discussion at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 3. The series is sponsored…
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Computers & Technology Curated Book Display

By SKennedy on October 1, 2021 5:48 PM | Permalink

Computer Learning Month Curated Book Display Poster In honor of National Computer Learning Month, the Teacher Development & Resources Library's October curated book display features a number of selections of children's and teen's literature focused on computers and technology.  We stand on the shoulders of giants when it comes to…
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