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Join the Libraries for Research Week Events
The University Libraries will offer two new sessions during Research Week to help attendees explore new ways of managing data: Your Data Management Plan and Using the Open Science Foundation.
New Open Educational Resources Video Series, Live Q and A
The series is designed to provide faculty with information about the Open Educational Resources available in a variety of disciplines and the U of A programs that support them.
EndNote Instruction Sessions
Do you have to cite sources for your paper, thesis or dissertation? Register to attend one of the upcoming remote instruction sessions this month on EndNote.
Panel: Confronting Our Inherent Biases: Their Impact on Collections, Research and Scholarship
Panelists include Valencia Johnson, Cherisse Jones-Branch, Stace Treat and Joshua Youngblood will offer discussion about the impact of inherent bias on the use of library collections and archives.
Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Campus on Oct. 1
Holocaust survivor Pieter Kohnstam will speak virtually with the U of A campus at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1. Send questions ahead of time.
Graduate Student Speaker Series Continues With Katie Powell
Join the University Libraries and Graduate School and International Education at noon Tuesday, Sept. 29, for a Zoom presentation with doctoral candidate Katie Powell.
History Department and Libraries' Open Educational Resources Save U of A Students $50,000
The project will reduce the average cost of books used in HIST 2003 and HIST 2013 by 25% for students who take the core curriculum American history courses this year.
Libraries Digitize All University of Arkansas Yearbooks
Thanks to project donors and the University of Arkansas Libraries, more than a century of yearbooks, all of them from 1897 through 2018, are now available online, free of charge.
Sharman Publishes Open Textbook with Libraries, Global Campus Funding
Russell L. Sharman, assistant professor of practice of communication, has now published an open textbook for the Film Lecture course on campus, saving students more than $100 each.
Seven Faculty Members Selected to Participate in Paid Course Conversion Program
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.