University Libraries Spotlight

African Americans at UNCG: A Collaboration between the University Libraries and Google

Feb 02, 2016

Over 200 records from UNCG's University Archives can now be viewed online by people around the world due to a new partnership between the Google Cultural Institute and the UNCG University Libraries. Staff in the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives and the Libraries' Electronic Resources and Information Technologies departments uploaded the records and built the online exhibit "African Americans at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1892-1971."

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E-Books at the University Libraries

Jan 19, 2016

The Libraries' have access to over 600,000 e-books searchable through the "Red Box" on the Libraries' home page. E-books may be used 24/7 from anywhere and are almost always available!

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$500 Prize -- Libraries Undergraduate Research Award!

Jan 08, 2016

Apply for the University Libraries Undergraduate Research Award of $500! Applications are due on March 18, 2016.

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University Libraries on Social Media

Jan 08, 2016

Keep up with what's going on at the University Libraries! Learn about new services, resources, events and important updates through our social media. Tumblr: uncglibraries.tumblr.com | Facebook: UNCGLibraries | Twitter: @UNCGLib

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Book Discussion - Michelle Obama: First Lady, American Rhetor

Jan 05, 2016

Jody Natalle and Jenni M. Simon of the UNC Greensboro Communication Studies Department have produced an anthology of writing about Michelle Obama that explores the persona and speech-making of the First Lady. They will talk about Mrs. Obama and her impact, as well as their book, in a presentation in Jackson Library's Martha Blakeney Hodges Reading Room on Tuesday, February 9 at 4:00 pm. The event is free and open to the public.

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Libraries Award Information Literacy Stipends

Dec 15, 2015

The University Libraries recently awarded stipends to three faculty members to provide support to revise their Spring 2016 courses to incorporate more information literacy and increase librarian involvement. The stipend recipients are: Tom Jackson, History 391; Stephanie Hudson, Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations 391; and Jonathan Zarecki, Classical Studies 102.

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Discover New Ways to Research with Sage Research Methods

Dec 14, 2015

Sage Research Methods is a new database dedicated to helping researchers discover new or improve upon existing knowledge of research methodologies and approaches. Pulling from a wide variety of sources, including the Little Green and Little Blue Books, this tool can be used by those in the health sciences, social sciences and more. Besides over 175,000 pages of content, this tool has a unique method of discovering new methodologies called the Methods Map. This map allows you to start with a broad type of research method, like the literature review or quantitative research, then helps you explore its many facets and relations.

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Friends Dinner with Chris Bohjalian - Reservations Now Open

Nov 30, 2015

The Friends of the UNCG Libraries are pleased to announce that best-selling author Chris Bohjalian will be the guest speaker at their Annual Dinner on the night of March 22, 2016. The dinner is a fundraiser to support the University Libraries at UNCG. Use the link below to access the full details.

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Browse our Journals with BrowZine!

Oct 27, 2015

BrowZine, formerly available only for tablet, is now on the web! BrowZine's highly visual layout allows you to quickly view what journals we have in your area of interest and then explore that journal's content. Built to compliment your searching needs, BrowZine provides a great mechanism to keep track of your favorite journals and to learn about the new developments in your field. Click the link below to get started.

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