While researching and gathering sources for his exhibit in the University of Arkansas Libraries’ Special Collections about missionary activity in territorial Arkansas, intern Patrick Angyal couldn’t help but come face to face continually with stereotypes and tropes of Native Americans perpetuated by white publications.
Four new Open Educational Resources, created by University of Arkansas faculty, are now available in the institutional repository, ScholarWorks@UARK!
The University Libraries seek campus feedback on a trial of PressReader, a digital newspaper distribution network that provides access to over 7,000 newspapers and magazines from 120 countries in 60 languages.
Russell L. Sharman, professional practice assistant professor for the U of A Department of Communication, is the recipient of this semester’s Open Educational Course Materials Conversion Program funding.
As finals approach, the University Libraries have teamed up with our partners across campus to offer study breaks that are free and open to all U of A students. Mullins Library will also be observing extended hours.
Jessica Kelly of the Office for Scholarly Communications provides a review of How to Write a BA Thesis: A Practical Guide from Your First Ideas to Your Finished Paper by Charles Lipson.