Events

Digital Scholarship Day June 6

Posted May 17, 2017

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Dimond Library, Room 421

The University Library invites faculty and researchers to learn more about how colleagues from UNH and elsewhere use digital tools and methods for research, teaching, publication, and collaboration.

This program will include a series of short project presentations, opportunities to network, and information about how the library can support your digital scholarship.

Contact: Eleta Exline (eleta.exline@unh.edu)

Program

10:00-10:15 Introductions

10:15-10:55 Keynote Presentation
Patrick Rashleigh, Data Visualization Coordinator, Brown University

11:00-11:30 Library Digital Scholarship Centers
Eleta Exline, Scholarly Communication Librarian, University of New Hampshire

11:30-12:00 Discussion

12:00-1:00 Lunch and Networking

1:00-2:00 UNH Projects Panel
Bill Ross and Elise Daniel
Siobhan Senier
Ben Stewart

Workshop Series - Spring 2017

Posted February 21, 2017

Library workshops are free of charge, hands-on, and delivered by library faculty.

Please bring your own computer for an optimal learning experience.

Using Refworks

12-1 p.m. Thursday, March 2
Dimond 235
Kathrine Aydelott
RefWorks is an online citation management tool used to import and organize citations and generate bibliographies or reference lists, and is available through the library for free. Come discover how to import references and keep track of your research.

Using Refworks

12-1 p.m. Thursday, March 9
Dimond 235
Kathrine Aydelott
RefWorks is an online citation management tool used to import and organize citations and generate bibliographies or reference lists, and is available through the library for free. Come discover how to import references and keep track of your research.

Using Zotero

2-3 p.m. Wednesday, March 22
Dimond 235
Eugenia Liu
Zotero is a free citation manager that allows you to save citation information while searching and browsing the Web. Learn how to save citations and create customized bibliographies in standard citation styles, including MLA, Chicago and APA.

Using Mendeley

2-3 p.m. Wednesday, March 29
Dimond 235
Hannah Hamalainen
Mendeley attempts to unite many different tools (EndNote, RefWorks, Zotero, Academia.edu, LinkedIn, SelectedWorks, CiteULike, Papers, JabRef, etc.) into one, and serves as three major tools: Reference Manager, PDF Organizer and Social Network.

Using Endnote

2-3 p.m. Thursday, March 30
Dimond 235
Eugenia Liu
Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote. Learn how to organize the references in groups, produce bibliographies, attach files to your references, insert bibliographic citations in your papers in your chosen style, and more.

Designing Posters for URC

12-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 5
Dimond 235
Hannah Hamalainen
Learn good poster design principles as you plan for your URC presentation.

Using Refworks

2-3 p.m. Thursday, April 6
Dimond 235
Kathrine Aydelott
RefWorks is an online citation management tool used to import and organize citations and generate bibliographies or reference lists, and is available through the library for free. Come discover how to import references and keep track of your research.

Migrating Your Data

12-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 12
Dimond 235
Eleta Exline
Don’t feel stuck using your same old citation manager – try something new! In this session, you will learn how to migrate your data from EndNote to Zotero, RefWorks to Medeley, Google Scholar Citations to RefWorks, or any other combination of citation managers.

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Celebrate 150 - Library Events & Exhibits

Posted February 17, 2017

UNH 150: 1866-2016
We continue to celebrate UNH's 150th anniversary year in the Library. Please join us!

University Museum

Before We Were 'Smart'
150 Years of Technology at UNH

150 Years of Technology
Where: University Museum, Dimond Library, Level One

When: January 24–June 5, 2017


Explore examples of technology used at UNH such as 1910s Ediphone, a 1980s laptop, and Virtual Reality!

ED Talks

UNH Celebrates 150 Years of Learning In and Beyond the Classroom

Dunleavy Reading Room, Special Collections, Dimond Library, Level One
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Sponsored by the UNH Library, in conjunction with the University of New Hampshire’s Celebrate 150, this series of lectures features members of the University community – faculty, emeriti, and alums – who explore its rich heritage of fostering inquiry in the classroom and beyond. Presentations explore this culture of learning across the curriculum and are intended to be thought provoking and engaging. ED Talks are held in in the Dunleavy Reading Room of Special Collections on the last Wednesday afternoon of the month. Refreshments will be served.

Rebecca Rule (Writer/Humorist)

Donald Graves and Donald Murray
February 22, 2017

“Writing With the Dons: Donald Graves and Donald Murray, My Life as a Writer”

Professor Neil Niman (Associate Dean of Academic Programs, Paul College, Economics)

Pokemon Go
April 12, 2017

“Pokémon Go: A Harbinger for the Future of Higher Education?”

Professor Nancy Kinner (Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Ready Set Go
April 26, 2017

“Ready, Set, Go! Preparing Engineering Students for the Work Place”

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Celebrate 150 - Library Events & Exhibits

Posted January 17, 2017

UNH 150: 1866-2016
Throughout the anniversary year the Library is hosting exhibits and programs that highlight this special occasion. Please join us!

Ben Thompson’s Vision

Ben Thompson
Where: Dimond Library Foyer

When: September 29, 2016 - Spring 2017

This year long series examines the evolution of benefactor Thompson’s vision for the College.

ED Talks: UNH Celebrates 150 Years of Learning In & Beyond the Classroom

Where: Dunleavy Reading Room, Special Collections, Dimond Library, Level One

When: Fall and Spring Semesters

Sponsored by the UNH Library, in conjunction with the University of New Hampshire’s Celebrate 150, this series of six lectures will feature members of the University community –faculty, emeriti, and alums – who explore its rich heritage of fostering inquiry in the classroom and beyond. Presentations will explore this culture of learning across the curriculum and are intended to be thought provoking and engaging. ED Talks will be held in in the Dunleavy Reading Room of Special Collections on the last Wednesday afternoon of the month, with the exception of the first, which will take place on Thursday, September 29, 2016. Refreshments will be served. Each is scheduled from 4:00 to 5:30 P.M.

Rebecca Rule (Writer/Humorist)

Donald Graves and Donald Murray
When: February 22, 2017

“Writing With the Dons: Donald Graves and Donald Murray, My Life as a Writer”

Professor Neil Niman (Associate Dean of Academic Programs, Paul College, Economics)

Pokemon Go
When: March 29, 2017

“Pokémon Go: A Harbinger for the Future of Higher Education?”

Professor Nancy Kinner (Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Ready Set Go
When: April 26, 2017

“Ready, Set, Go! Preparing Engineering Students for the Work Place”

Arts 651 - Alternative Photographic Arts Student Exhibition

Photographic Arts Student Exhibit
Where: Reference Area, Dimond Library, Level Three

When: Fall and Spring Semesters

The combination of modern photographic digital technologies with historical processes will be featured in this year’s revolving and evolving library exhibition. The student work on display will reveal the course’s conceptual current topics and historical photographic methods in use today, which requires the mixing of light sensitive emulsions and coating paper by hand.

Celebrate 150 Mural

Mural
Where: Dimond Library, NSRC Room, Level Two

When: Fall and Spring Semesters

Professor Jennifer Moses (Art & Art History) will teach a Fall 2016 undergraduate class in mural making and design. The class will research, design, and paint a mural whose theme will celebrate UNH’s 150th anniversary. The project, supported by UNH Celebrate 150 and the UNH Library, will be unveiled early Spring semester, 2017.

150 Years of Technology at UNH

150 Years of Technology
Where: University Museum, Dimond Library, Level One

When: January 24, 2017 – June 5, 2017

Explore examples of technology used at UNH such as 1910s Ediphone, a 1980s laptop, and Virtual Reality!

Frazzle Free Finals Fall 2016

Posted November 30, 2016

UNH mascot holding good luck sign for students

Monday, December 12

Study Buddies

Various locations in Dimond Library
Relieve stress by visiting with furry friends from Elder Pet and Pet Partners.

Art Therapy

10:30 am - 7:00 pm, Dimond Room 352
Relax and become more focused with a creative coloring session.

Cookie & Coffee Break

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Level 4, Dimond and the Branches
Take a break with coffee, donated by UNH Dining, and home-baked cookies provided by library faculty and staff.

Guided Meditation

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm, Dimond Room 353
Quiet your mind, body, and spirit with a 30 minute meditation session offered by Health Services.

Wild-E Cat & Gnarlz

Various locations in Dimond Library
The UNH mascots will be around to visit you for some motivation!

Tuesday, December 13

YoNola Bar

10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Dimond Level 4
Join us for a stress-busting snack of organic granola & yogurt donated by UNH Dining.

Power Napping

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm, Dimond Room 353
Manage stress and feel good mentally, and physically with a power nap offered by Health Services.

Chair Massages

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Dimond Room 352
Feeling tense? Get a chair massage from a licensed massage therapist. Brought to you by Health Services.

Primal Scream

8:00 pm, Dimond Lobby
Have you ever wanted to scream in a library? Ease your tension with a one-minute primal scream hosted by Student Senate.

Wednesday, December 14

Study Buddies

Various locations in Dimond Library
Relieve stress by visiting with furry friends from Elder Pet and Pet Partners.

Fuel Your Brain

10:00 am - 11:00 am, Dimond Level 4
Make your own trail mix to snack on while studying. Brought to you by Health Services.

Holiday Card Crafting

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm, Dimond Room 327
Clear your mind and create cards perfect for the holidays! Just bring your creativity, all else will be supplied by the LLC.

Chair Massages

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Dimond Room 352
Unwind with a relaxing chair massage from a licensed professional, provided by Health Services.

Study Snacks

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Dimond Level 4
Refuel your body with some healthy snacks from UNH Dining!

ED Talks to Celebrate 150 Years

Posted October 26, 2016

UNH Celebrates 150 Years of Learning In and Beyond the Classroom

Sponsored by the UNH Library, in conjunction with the University of New Hampshire’s Celebrate 150, this series of six lectures will feature members of the University community – faculty, emeriti, and alums – who explore its rich heritage of fostering inquiry in the classroom and beyond. Presentations will explore this culture of learning across the curriculum and are intended to be thought provoking and engaging.

All ED Talks will take place from 4:00 to 5:30 P.M. in the Milne Special Collections & Archives, Dimond Library, Level One.

Refreshments will be served.

Professor Erik Swartz (Kinesiology)

Football Tackle
When: September 29, 2016

“Reducing Head Impacts in American Football: The HuTT® Helmetless Tackling Training Technique”

Professor Meghan Howey (Anthropology)

Students at Dig Site
When: October 26, 2016

“Using Geospatial Technologies to Create Better Understanding of Ancient Sites”

Professor Emeritus Arthur Borror (Biology)

Students at Microscope
When: November 30, 2016

“Students Getting their Feet Wet and their Vision Widened”

Rebecca Rule (Writer/Humorist)

Donald Graves and Donald Murray
When: February 22, 2017

“Writing With the Dons: Donald Graves and Donald Murray, My Life as a Writer”

Professor Neil Niman (Associate Dean of Academic Programs, Paul College, Economics)

Pokemon Go
When: March 29, 2017

“Pokémon Go: A Harbinger for the Future of Higher Education?”

Professor Nancy Kinner (Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Ready Set Go
When: April 26, 2017

“Ready, Set, Go! Preparing Engineering Students for the Work Place”

Celebrate 150 Years: Library Events and Exhibits

Posted September 9, 2016

UNH 150: 1866-2016 Throughout the anniversary year the Library will host exhibits and programs that will highlight this special occasion. Please join us!

Who Knew? Fun Facts You May Not Know About UNH

Who Knew? Where: University Museum, Dimond Library, Level One
When: September 29, 2016 – November 18, 2016


What do an alien abduction, a popular cereal brand, and Disney’s Olaf have to do with UNH? Come to the University Museum and find out about these and other UNH fun facts. You’ll be asking yourself, “Who knew?”

A Campus Built Twice

A Campus Built Twice Where: Dimond Library Foyer
When: September 29, 2016 – December 16, 2016


The exhibit is a brief history of UNH’s beginnings in Hanover, NH in 1866 and the move to Durham in 1893. A period model of the proposed 1920s landscape and building campaign is featured.

Celebrating the Student

Celebrating the Student Where: Dimond Library Foyer
When: September 29, 2016 - Spring 2017


A selection of full-sized photo images of students from several eras will mingle in the foyer and invite “selfies.”

Ben Thompson’s Vision

Ben Thompson Where: Dimond Library Foyer
When: September 29, 2016 - Spring 2017


This year long series examines the evolution of benefactor Thompson’s vision for the College.

ED Talks: UNH Celebrates 150 Years of Learning In and Beyond the Classroom

Where: Dunleavy Reading Room, Special Collections, Dimond Library, Level One
When: Fall and Spring Semesters


Sponsored by the UNH Library, in conjunction with the University of New Hampshire’s Celebrate 150, this series of six lectures will feature members of the University community –faculty, emeriti, and alums – who explore its rich heritage of fostering inquiry in the classroom and beyond. Presentations will explore this culture of learning across the curriculum and are intended to be thought provoking and engaging. ED Talks will be held in in the Dunleavy Reading Room of Special Collections on the last Wednesday afternoon of the month, with the exception of the first, which will take place on Thursday, September 29, 2016. Refreshments will be served. Each is scheduled from 4:00 to 5:30 P.M.

Professor Erik Swartz (Kinesiology)

Football Tackle When: September 29, 2016

“Reducing Head Impacts in American Football: The HuTT® Helmetless Tackling Training Technique”

Professor Meghan Howey (Anthropology)

Students at Dig Site When: October 26, 2016

“Using Geospatial Technologies to Create Better Understanding of Ancient Sites”

Professor Emeritus Arthur Borror (Biology)

Students at Microscope When: November 30, 2016

“Students Getting their Feet Wet and their Vision Widened”

Rebecca Rule (Writer/Humorist)

Donald Graves and Donald Murray When: February 22, 2017

“Writing With the Dons: Donald Graves and Donald Murray, My Life as a Writer”

Professor Neil Niman (Associate Dean of Academic Programs, Paul College, Economics)

Pokemon Go When: April 12, 2017

“Pokémon Go: A Harbinger for the Future of Higher Education?”

Professor Nancy Kinner (Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Ready Set Go When: April 26, 2017

“Ready, Set, Go! Preparing Engineering Students for the Work Place”

Arts 651 - Alternative Photographic Arts Student Exhibition

Photographic Arts Student Exhibit Where: Reference Area, Dimond Library, Level Three
When: Fall and Spring Semesters


The combination of modern photographic digital technologies with historical processes will be featured in this year’s revolving and evolving library exhibition. The student work on display will reveal the course’s conceptual current topics and historical photographic methods in use today, which requires the mixing of light sensitive emulsions and coating paper by hand.

Celebrate 150 Mural

Mural Where: Dimond Library, NSRC Room, Level Two
When: Fall Semester


Professor Jennifer Moses (Art & Art History) will teach a Fall 2016 undergraduate class in mural making and design. The class will research, design, and paint a mural whose theme will celebrate UNH’s 150th anniversary. The project, supported by UNH Celebrate 150 and the UNH Library, will be unveiled early Spring semester, 2017.

Equine Sesquicentennial: Riding Through the Years

Students with Horse Where: University Museum, Dimond LIbrary, Level One
When: November 28, 2016 – December 16, 2016


The students of Equine class ANSC 795 will curate a special exhibit for the University Museum. This exhibit will be underwritten by UNH Celebrate 150.

Pop-up Collections

Pop Up Collection Where: Dimond Library foyer, Kingsbury Library, Chemistry Library & Physics Library
When: Fall and Spring Semesters


Ever-changing “pop-up” displays will feature examples from collections in the University Museum, University Archives, and Special Collections.

150 Years of Technology at UNH

150 Years of Technology Where: University Museum, Dimond Library, Level One
When: January 24, 2017 – June 5, 2017


Explore examples of technology used at UNH such as 1910s Ediphone, a 1980s laptop, and Virtual Reality!

Library to host Jake Carlson for data literacy talk

Posted March 10, 2016

Tuesday, April 5th, 3:00 PM
Courtyard Reading Room, Level 5, Dimond Library

The UNH Library invites you to attend a lecture about data literacy with Jake Carlson, the Research Data Services Manager at the University of Michigan Library.

This program is free and open to the UNH community. Light refreshments will be served, and the event includes an opportunity for questions from the audience.

Presentation Abstract

Researchers are under increasing pressure to manage, organize, describe and document their data in ways that enable others to discover, understand, and reuse their work. Increasingly, academic libraries are applying their knowledge and skills towards developing services and support for researchers seeking to do more with their data.

In his talk, Carlson will focus on a particular aspect of data services provided by libraries: educational programming for students to prepare them to manage and curate the research data they generate.

Speaker Bio

Jake Carlson is a primary architect of the Data Curation Profiles Toolkit developed by Purdue and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the PI of the Data Information Literacy project.

Carlson is also a co-editor, with Lisa Johnston, of the book Data information Literacy: Librarians, Data and the Education of a New Generation of Researchers, published in 2015 by the Purdue University Press.

For more information email Patti Condon or call 603-862-1524.

Women's History Month Display

Posted March 4, 2016

It's Women's History Month and we're celebrating by showcasing the work of several alumnae authors in a new library display.

This display, which includes a table of books available for borrowing, will run through the month of March, and is located on Dimond Level 3 (Main Floor).

Our Featured Alumnae Authors

Ursula Hegi

Alice McDermott

Thylias Moss

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Art in the Library: Invisible Cities

Posted February 26, 2016

Look around Dimond Library in the next week and you'll see some new art. Students in Sachiko Akiyama's class, Installation: Sculpture in Context, have created mini installations to explore how cities are defined.

The installations in the library and around campus are a response to the book, Invisible Cities, by Italo Calvino, a narrative which explores how cities are defined. Inspired by this definition of place, the art installations aim to create places where they did not exist before.

There will be six pieces in the library between February 25th and March 4th — see if you can find them all!