Multimedia Resources in Mullins Library Available to Campus Users
The University Libraries Multimedia Department offers a variety of materials for use by U of A students, faculty and staff. Currently, the department is located on the east side of the lobby level of Mullins Library. During the Spring 2023 semester, while Phase II of the Mullins Library Renovation is in progress, the department will be relocated to Level 4 of Mullins.
Audio and Video Materials
Academic Video Online: AVON, a multidisciplinary video collection covering architecture, art, business, counseling and therapy, dance, economics, education, ethnic studies, ethnography, health, history, humanities, law and public safety, LGBT studies, literature, opera, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, science, theater and women's studies.
Kanopy Streaming Service, which offers thousands of videos including theatrical releases, documentaries, training films and art cinema.
Naxos Music Library, the world's largest online classical music library.
Naxos Video Library, which presents full-length videos of classical music performances, opera, ballet, live concerts and documentaries.
Swank Digital Campus, which offers streaming video of films currently licensed for U of A classes.
The department offers access to periodicals and newspapers, including digital newspapers. Readers are available for viewing microform and microfiche materials. FAQs on using these readers are available online, and patrons who require assistance may ask any available staff member at the Multimedia desk. Microform research sets are also available.
Multimedia Viewing and Conversion Stations
Subject Librarian Assistance
Performing arts librarian Drew Beisswenger is available to assist users in finding materials related to film, music, dance, television and theater.
This year’s U of A United Way Campaign begins Oct. 2 and runs through Nov. 3. Renewals and new donations will be accepted online throughout the campaign.
After 21 years of teaching in the public school system, Jessica Culver was recently recognized as a top 10 finalist for the Bill of Rights Institute's nationwide Civics Teacher of the Year Award.
The Medical Humanities Program and Department of History will host a talk from Professor Matthew P. Romaniello of Weber State University on Oct. 6 from 11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m. in Gearhart Hall 130.
The Arkansas Law Review's annual symposium will feature 13 scholars, lawyers and child labor experts during sessions on Oct. 13 in the law school's E.J. Ball Courtroom. Register to reserve a seat.
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Mullins Library staff have compiled a list of ebooks and streaming videos available to all students, staff and faculty. Stop by Mullins Library to see the display, too.