This post by Jessica Kelly of the Office for Scholarly Communications provides a review of the book Supporting Today’s Students in the Library: Strategies for Retaining and Graduating International, Transfer, First-Generation, and Re-Entry Students.
This post by Jessica Kelly of the Office for Scholarly Communications highlights opportunities to give back to free stock photo sites, the institutional repository, and more.
Thanks to generous project donors, more than a century of University of Arkansas history is now available online, free of charge – and searchable.
The Libraries’ subscription to RefWorks will end Dec. 18, after which users will no longer be able to access their accounts. Learn how to transfer citations to other programs.
The grant will be used to relaunch the Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship program and fund four master and apprentice teams.
As a tribute to Ellen Compton’s extraordinary impact on the University Libraries, and particularly the architectural collections, a memorial fund in her name has been established by Tom and Jill King.
Dennis Clark, dean of Libraries, provides a personal statement on the murder of George Floyd and racial injustice in the United States.
Russell L. Sharman, professional practice assistant professor of communication, has now published an open textbook for the Film Lecture course on campus, saving students more than $100 each.
Jennifer Beasley, Myra Haulmark, Lynn Meade, Laurie Apple, Claretha Hughes, Sheila Smith and Jonathan Marion will participate in the paid Open Educational Resources Course Conversion Program.
Special Collections intern Craig Huddleston explores the impact of African American legislators who served in the Arkansas General Assembly during Reconstruction, the decades just after the Civil War when federal intervention allowed a brief period of civil and political opportunity for African American leaders in the American South.