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Information Literacy Course Development Awards for Spring 2018 Announced

University Libraries is pleased to announce the recipients of the Information Literacy Course Development Awards for Spring 2018:

English 102-10 (Carl Schlachte)History 511A (Lisa Tolbert)Honors 222 (Jill Bender)Nursing 375 (Nakia Best)Residential College 252 (Meg Horton) The purpose of the Information Literacy Course Development Awards is to support instructors in revitalizing courses to foster information literacy skills. These re-envisioned courses will incorporate information literacy throughout the semester, teaching students to locate, evaluate, synthesize and cite sources in the manner most appropriate for the subject area.

Free Coffee in Schiffman Music Library During Finals

University Libraries' Faculty Promotions and Tenure Announced

Bean, the Therapy Dog, Visits Schiffman Music Library on November 29

Free Coffee in Jackson Library

Therapy Pets Visit Jackson Library on November 30

Late Night Writing Center Offered in University Libraries

Recent Faculty Publications and Upcoming Presentations

Three Teaching Faculty Were Awarded Stipends to Redesign Spring 2017 Courses

Suzanne Sawyer Joins the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA)

Information Literacy Course Development Workshop and Awards

Join Us for a Haunted Open House on Halloween

Celebrate National Archives Month

Jenny Dale Selected as Presenter for "Engaging with the ACRL Framework" Workshop

Film Festival Mixer for Students

Thoreau's Reflections on New England: Nature, History, Place

University Libraries Presents a New Webinar Series on "Research and Applications"

Patrick Dollar Joins the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA)

Tiffany Henry Joins Technical Services as Discovery Cataloger

Faculty Receive Open Access Publishing Support Funding for 2016 - 2017

Maggie Murphy Joins ROI as First-Year Instruction and Humanities Librarian

Therapy Pets Are Back August 17

Real News, Real Talk for Your Middle Schooler

University Libraries Joins Two-Year Project to Preserve Electronic Government Information

Vintage Viands: North Carolina Edition!