News & Exhibits
March 18, 2015
On Saturday, March 21st, there will be a scheduled maintenance for Wiley Online Library.
This maintenance will interrupt access to this service for up to 10 hours, beginning at 5:00am EST.
We apologize for any inconvenienced caused during this period.
March 17, 2015
The Library is doing a usability study of a web site and we need a few participants on the morning of Friday, April 3. It will take about an hour, and will be conducted in Dimond Library.
For your participation, you will receive a $15 Dining Services card, good at any Dining location on campus, or a USB flash drive.
If you’re interested and available, please contact Kristin Parker.
March 10, 2015
On Sunday, March 15, UNH IT will perform a hardware upgrade from 4:00 AM until 12:00 PM. This maintenance will impact all UNH Information Technology-supplied services. General Internet service to all campuses should not be impacted.
During this time, off-campus access to Library databases will also be unavailable.
If you have questions, please submit an online IT request form at http://itsupport.unh.edu/questions.
March 6, 2015
The UNH-Manchester campus is moving to new space during the week of spring break. Because of this, borrowing library items from Manchester will be unavailable from the evening of Thursday, March 12 until Sunday, March 22.
If there are items you will need from the Manchester campus, you may want to request them ahead of time. Thanks for your understanding.
March 5, 2015
March is Women's History Month. To help raise awareness, Government Information has a new featured resource: The Untold History of Women in Science and Technology.
The White House provides this website, a set of largely unknown stories of female pioneers in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, dating from the 19th to the 21st centuries.
With women from across the Administration sharing stories of their personal heroes, this website is intended to inspire girls to go into the STEM fields. Visitors are also invited to share what they are doing in their own communities to inspire young women to pursue careers in science and technology.
Learn more about the Government Information resources we have to offer, by visiting our Government Information page.
You can also learn more about what is being done here at UNH to advance women faculty in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and the Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS) fields, by checking out UNH ADVANCE.
March 4, 2015
March is National Nutrition Month! The Multimedia Center (Dimond Level 2) has a new display with many food and diet related documentaries.
Here are some of the items on display:
- Feeding Frenzy
- Seeds of Hunger
- Forks over Knives
- Eating Alaska
- Super Size Me
- The Future of Food
- We Feed the World
- Simply Raw
- Food Inc.
- One Man, One Cow, One Planet
Come to the Multimedia Center to see what else we have!
March 3, 2015
Last fall, UNH Manchester partnered with the Currier Museum, UNH Durham, St. Anselm College, and the University of Massachusetts Lowell, in submitting a joint application to bring the traveling exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare to New Hampshire, with the Currier Museum as the venue.
First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, is a national traveling exhibition of the Shakespeare First Folio, one of the world’s most treasured books. The Folger Shakespeare Library, in partnership with Cincinnati Museum Center and the American Library Association, is touring a First Folio of Shakespeare in 2016 to all 50 states, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico.
The Folger Shakespeare Library recently announced that the Currier Museum has been selected as the host site for New Hampshire. The First Folio will be displayed at the Currier, with related events taking place at all of the participating institutions and, hopefully, at venues all around the state.
The traveling exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave us Shakespeare coincides with the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 1616. The First Folio, published in 1623, was officially titled Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, and contains 18 of Shakespeare’s 38 plays, including "The Tempest," "Macbeth," "Twelfth Night," and "As You Like It.”
Bringing the First Folio to the Currier is a wonderful opportunity for New Hampshire residents, students and scholars alike, to see firsthand the publication that made the argument for Shakespeare’s genius. A series of events--lectures, workshops, and other activities--will be planned to accompany the duration of the exhibit.
For more information about the First Folio exhibition, check out this story in the Washington Post.
You can also read an announcement on the Currier’s Facebook page.
March 3, 2015
The Library has posted the following open faculty positions:
- Life Sciences and Agriculture Librarian
- Business and Data Reference Librarian
- Head of Cataloging and Metadata
Application review will start on April 3, 2015. The postings can be found at https://jobs.usnh.edu/
February 25, 2015
We would like to congratulate our ILL Department for helping the library attain STAR library status, with the Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative.
Dimond Library is now ranked as a 3 STAR library. ALA RUSA STARS Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative is designed to challenge "library decision-makers to live on the front lines of rethinking resource sharing." You can learn more about this initiative on their website The Rethinking Resources Sharing Initiative.
See the announcement about our library here: New STAR Library: University of New Hampshire
February 23, 2015
Please fill out the online evaluation for Tara Fulton, our Dean of the Library candidate, by 12 noon on Feb. 26: https://unh.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1X4u3Y2zVEVnKJf
The Library Dean Search Committee has invited candidate Dr. Tara Fulton to visit campus.
The University community is invited to an open forum, on Monday, February 23 (10:00-11:00) in Dimond Library, Natural Sciences Resource Center (Room 201). We hope you will attend and participate in an informal conversation with Dr. Fulton.