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Libraries November 05, 2021
Books with Looks
There are pretty rare books, and there are pretty, rare books. Isabella Fusillo '22 curates a cart of the archives' lovely literature.
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Libraries November 01, 2021
Native American Heritage Resources: History, Images, Language, Arts

Technology has made documents, images, music, art and languages more accessible for the study of Native American culture and history.

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Libraries October 27, 2021
Ask an Archivist
For American Archives Month, the University Libraries archivists answer intriguing questions about UD archives and beyond.
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Libraries October 27, 2021
More Memes: Popular Visual Literacy Program Offered Again
Capitalizing on a visual trend from social media, librarians Jillian Ewalt and Bridget Retzloff use a lighthearted learning module to teach visual literacy and spur creativity. It’s open to all through Nov. 15.
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Libraries October 27, 2021
A Woodland PATH
UD students are exploring history and legacy through archival items, library materials and Woodland Cemetery stories in a new PATH-eligible online module.
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Libraries October 25, 2021
You Might Not Realize It, but You’re Probably Reading an Open Access Article ...

To celebrate Open Access Week (Oct. 25-31), coordinator of electronic resources and discovery Simon Robins describes UD’s usage of open access content in learning and research. 

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Libraries October 13, 2021
Dayton Literary Peace Prize Prize Marks 15th Anniversary

Scott West shares the newest winners and finalists and invites readers to stop in, browse and check out a book from the Libraries’ complete collection of Dayton Literary Peace Prize honorees.

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Libraries September 28, 2021
Parsing and Paring Pandemic Pedagogy: What Should Stay, What Should Go?

The Basic Communication Course Annual asks college-level communication faculty and graduate students to share what pandemic teaching innovations did and didn’t work for which audiences, for what reasons, and whether they should stay or go. The deadline for short essays is Oct. 20.

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Libraries September 24, 2021
A Love of Science and the Excitement of Discovery
Professor Albert Burky retires from UD in May 2022 with 49 years of teaching, fieldwork, publishing and professional service. His impact is beyond measure, writes colleague Ryan McEwan.
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Health September 13, 2021
Their Voice, Their Vocation: Religious Sisters in Health Care

In a new oral history collection, women religious share their thoughts on the past, present and future of Catholic health care.

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