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UA Press Author Kent Bonar to Appear at Fayetteville Roots Festival
The master naturalist will take part in a radio interview, book signing, and nature walks as part of the festival.
Schedule Now Available for Fall Open Education Event
The symposium, co-sponsored by the University Libraries and Global Campus, is set for Oct. 1-2 and will connect supporters of open education for presentations, lightning talks and panel discussions.
In New Short Talks, Joshua Youngblood Discusses Special Collections
In this new Short Talks From the Hill, a podcast of the University of Arkansas, Joshua Youngblood talks about the kind of documents that can be found at Mullins Library's Special Collections.
Library Catalog System to Be Upgraded Aug. 8
The library catalog, remote access to library databases, the ILLiad interlibrary loan system, Find it! and Index Arkansas will not be available for 1-2 hours.
Library Storage Facility Now in Use; Mullins Renovation Set for 2019
New high-density library storage facility solves storage problems while meeting growing demand for space and access to electronic records.
Four Selected for Open Educational Resources Awards
The University Libraries and Global Campus will award incentives to Cash Acrey, Jim Gigantino, Justin Hunter and Matthew Mihalka to adopt, adapt or create open educational resources.
University Libraries Receive Grant to House Statewide Folk and Traditional Arts Program
The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded the University of Arkansas Libraries $30,000 to establish a statewide Folk and Traditional Arts program.
Registration Now Open for Open Education Southern Symposium
The symposium, set for Oct. 1-2, will connect supporters of open education for presentations, lightning talks and panel discussions. Registration is limited to 100 participants.
University Libraries to Serve as Bentonville Film Festival Archive
The Libraries and the Bentonville Film Festival Foundation have reached an agreement to have the Libraries serve as the festival archive.
Study Breaks Begin This Week in Mullins Library
Mullins Library is here to help with extended hours and study breaks during finals week with help from partners across campus.