Monday, April 14, 2014

National Library Week

Happy National Library Week!

The American Library Association sponsors National Library Week each April to help celebrate the contributions of libraries across the country and to promote library use.  There are all sorts of ways to participate through social media, including UNCG Libraries hashtag: #loveuncglib

Tell us why you love UNCG Libraries!  More info on National Library Week can be found here.

xoxo,

Irma

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Textiles, Teachers, & Troops

"Textiles, Teachers, & Troops: Greensboro 1880-1945" is an exciting digital collection that highlights the history of Greensboro.  Coordinated by Jackson Library's Digital Projects, the collections contains 175,000 items. This includes photographs, oral histories, manuscripts, and more.  Digitization was a collaborative effort among UNCG, five other colleges in Greensboro, and the Greensboro Historical Society.

Check out the display across from the Reference Desk for information on the collection!

xoxo,

Irma

New DVDs

The visitor
Sharknado

THRILLER
The loved ones

TV
Bones. The complete eighth season
White collar. The complete fourth season
Burn notice. Season five
Burn Notice. Season 6
Burn notice. Season seven
Criminal minds. The eighth season
Hot in Cleveland. Season four
Luther
How I met your mother. Season 8
Vera
The White Queen

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Pen, Pencil, and Marker Recycling

Do you have a growing collection of pens with no ink, pencil stubs, or markers that have dried up? Jackson Library now has a place to recycle old pens, pencils, and markers! There are boxes located at the Circulation Desk, the Digital Media Commons, and the Harold Schiffman Music Library to recycle these items. Permanent markers and highlighters are also accepted.




xoxo,

Irma

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Jackson Library Computers


 The 13 computers across from the Check Out Desk on the first floor of Jackson Library now have dual monitors and are available 24/5! The dual monitors are a great way to have multiple windows open and help make research easier. These computer areas also allow more space for group work.

Questions? You can always Ask Us!


Happy studying!

xoxo,

Irma