News & Exhibits
August 17, 2012
The UNH Alumni Association has announced that alumni now have access to the online research database EBSCOhost. For more, see the Alumni Association site.
Alums will need to register at the UNH Alumni web site. Verification typically takes a day. The database is also accessed from the Alumni web site.
UNH alumni are also entitled to a UNH library borrowing card. Just bring a photo ID and something with your current address, like a license or bill, to the Circulation Desk in Dimond Library or the UNH Manchester Library.
August 2, 2012
We will also be hosting a tutorial/Q&A session with Elsevier halfway through the trial. If you would like to attend this session or have questions or comments, please contact our electronic resources librarian.
Update: The demonstration of Scopus and Q&A session will be held Friday, August 17th at 1pm in Dimond Library Room 343.
July 10, 2012
Government Information in the UNH Library presents our latest featured resource from the National Park Service on the Cape Cod National Seashore. This resource features sections on history, culture, photo galleries, and an area for teachers.
The site includes information on their residency programs for artists, the archaeology of Cape Cod, lesson plans, a reading list, and information about overnight educational group opportunities.
Henry David Thoreau knew Cape Cod well, once writing that "A man may stand there and put all America behind him." Today, part of the Cape has been designated Cape Cod National Seashore. Appropriately enough, the legislation to create this remarkable site was signed into law by President John F. Kennedy, who also knew and loved the area.
July 10, 2012
The Library of Congress is beginning its "Celebration of the Book" with an exhibition, "Books That Shaped America". The exhibition is part of a larger series of events that explore the important and varied ways that books influence our lives.
The Library of Congress has selected 88 books that shaped America, all by American authors. The first was published in 1751, and the most recent in 2002. Each author is represented only once, with one exception: Benjamin Franklin, who landed three books. The list includes poetry, novels, nonfiction, plays, a polemic, books of science and grammar, cookbooks, and children’s books.
If you're looking for summer reading, here's the list.
July 7, 2012
For the days you can't get to the beach, check out these summer and coming of age themed movies! They're all available for circulation from the UNH Library Multimedia Room.
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
Dazed and Confused
Dog Day Afternoon
Do the Right Thing
Fried Green Tomatoes
Harold and Maude
Kicking and Screaming
Last Picture Show
Rebel Without a Cause
Some Like it Hot
A Streetcar Named Desire
Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot
Wet Hot American Summer
Y Tu Mamá También
June 1, 2012
If you're interested in the upcoming transit of Venus, see the U.S. National Solar Observatory's page with links to live feeds, movies and simulations!
May 25, 2012
Government information presents its latest featured resources, the newly redesigned site for the National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The site includes underwater dive animations, an in-depth look at paleoclimatology, and information on tsunamis and other mega-events. Resources are arranged alphabetically and range from "A Library of Mud: NPR Science Friday Video" to "Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Online Expeditions."
May 25, 2012
The Literary Horse is a unique exhibit touring libraries which pairs photos of horses and their riders with quotes from great pieces of literature.
Mark your calendars for this upcoming exhibition hosted by the University Museum and the UNH Therapeutic Riding Program. Programming is being planned with the Durham Public Library.
The exhibit will be held at the University Museum, Dimond Library, Level 1, June 1 through June 23.
Monday-Friday: 10am-4pm (closed 12pm-1pm for lunch)
Saturdays, June 9, 16, 23: Open 10am-2pm
For more information, contact the University Museum at 603-862-1081.
May 4, 2012
Fourteen library staff celebrate milestones today for their years of service to the University. Collectively, they have contributed 250 years:
Elizabeth Fowler-Camara (Circulation)
Heather Gagnon (Physics library)
Nancy Mason (Special Collections)
Jan Salas (Interlibrary Loan)
Sean Jones (Library IT)
Jean Putnam (Circulation)
Kevin Roddy (Circulation)
Jake Viebrock (Collection Management)
Lise Bargardo (Collection Management)
Ann Cloutier (Collection Management)
Alan Chase (Circulation)
Monique Couillard (Collection Management)
Roland Goodbody (Special Collections)
Francis Hallahan (Biological Sciences library)
Congratulations to all of our hard working staff!
April 9, 2012
The Library is redesigning our web site and we need your help. What new and innovative features would you find useful? This is a chance to dream big! (And enjoy some free pizza!)
We'll be holding a design workshop each for undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. It will take about an hour of your time in Dimond Library. They will be held:
Undergraduate students: Wednesday, April 25 at 6pm
- Graduate students: Thursday, May 3 at 1pm
- Faculty: Friday, May 4 at 3pm