University Libraries News

UNCG Webinars: Fall 2021

Aug 25, 2021

This guide is to house and promote UNCG webinars series. Please contact Samantha Harlow if you know of any webinars on campus that you want to be added to this guide.

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University Libraries Staff Publish Book on NC Triad Beer History

Aug 25, 2021

Beer plays an important role in North Carolina’s history. Just ask University Libraries staff and local beer historians Richard Cox, David Gwynn and Erin Lawrimore.

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What's New in the Digital Media Commons?

Aug 21, 2021

The Digital Media Commons (DMC) in Jackson Library has been updated with new technology, furniture and renovated spaces, including a new maker lab, podcasting station, media editing room and MAC computers.

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Scholarly Publications and Presentations by University Libraries' Faculty and Staff

Aug 21, 2021

Because faculty scholarship and professional activity play such significant roles in the education of UNC Greensboro students and the development of the library profession, the UNCG library faculty and staff are experts in their respective areas of work.

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Summer Issue of the Quarterly Review Now Available

Aug 21, 2021

The summer issue of the "Quarterly Review" is now available. View the latest news from the Martha Blakeney Hodges UNCG Special Collections & University Archives at University Libraries.

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Black Lives Matter

Aug 21, 2021

In August, we want to amplify Black voices and share our library resources to show you that #blacklivesmatter. Explore our digital content that actively stands against racism and visit our themed content resource page for more information.

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Our Next, Great Book Club Pick Is "The Alter Ego Effect" by Todd Herman

Aug 05, 2021

“The Alter Ego Effect" was built to support ambitious people doing hard things. It’s constructed to help you be more resilient, creative, optimistic, and courageous.”

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University Libraries Invites Applications for Our Seventh Diversity Resident Librarian

Aug 04, 2021

The UNC Greensboro University Libraries is pleased to invite applications from early career librarians for our seventh Diversity Resident Librarian.

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Work-Study Plus and Departmental Jobs Available for UNCG Students

Aug 03, 2021

Are you looking for work that will allow you to serve fellow students and the UNCG community? Consider joining the Access Services team. Work-Study Plus and departmental positions are available.

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Modernized Interface of University Libraries’ Catalog Provides a New Experience for Users

Jul 20, 2021

In our rapidly changing educational environment, academic libraries are continually looking for tools that shine a light on their vital contributions toward the success of their users and their institutions.

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Founded by Librarians in 2004, the Carolina Consortium Continues to Save Money for Libraries

Jul 02, 2021

Through the power of bulk buying, the Carolina Consortium saves North and South Carolina libraries over $400 million per year on databases, ebooks, journals, services, datasets, and more.

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