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Libraries August 06, 2020
Documents, Records Reveal Stately Mansion's Unstately Origins
Early owner built his fortune on slave labor, cotton, dry goods and shipping.
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Libraries July 24, 2020
Prospering Despite Prejudice: Dayton’s Romanichal Families and Their Voice in History

The Stanley family's success and persistence provide lessons about immigration and the importance of cultural identity. 

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Libraries July 17, 2020
‘The Giver’ Takes All
Roesch Library's bracketology of books has come to a close. The champion: Campus South's entry, The Giver by Lois Lowry.
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Libraries July 09, 2020
Primary Sources Workshops: Creative Applications for Any Kind of Classroom

In a two-session faculty workshop, UD librarians and archivists will share a bounty of primary sources available in the Libraries and explore ways to incorporate them into classroom teaching — whether face to face, hybrid or online. 

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Libraries July 08, 2020
Free Workshop Series July 20-22: Summer of Social Demographics
Librarians have created a three-session workshop series highlighting demographic data resources, subscription databases and data visualization tools.
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Libraries July 01, 2020
Virtual Escape Room: A Fun Way to Learn about the Libraries

Codes and puzzles reveal the "secrets" everyone knows: The University Libraries have the tools students need to succeed in college.

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Libraries June 29, 2020
Honors Theses 2020: Angry Tweets, Urban Soils, Grasshopper Guts and More

The latest theses from students in the University Honors Program are now available in eCommons, the University of Dayton’s open-access institutional repository.

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Libraries June 29, 2020
Dayton History, UD Connections: Hungarian Immigrants on Dayton’s West Side
Digital resources, library skills and curiosity open windows on Dayton's ethnic history.
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Libraries June 24, 2020
Libraries' COVID-19 Strategy: Nimble, Creative, Efficient, Supportive

Metrics from spring semester show heavy reliance on library expertise, materials and services.

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Campus and Community June 23, 2020
A Librarian on Lowes
How many people can say they've been in every house on Lowes Street? I can!
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