News & Exhibits

October 21, 2014

International Open Access Week is this week, from October 20th-26th.

Open Access is about changing the way scholars share their work with the world.

Open Access means making research available on-line to the public to read and use free of charge and with as few restrictions as possible.
Learn more: http://libraryguides.unh.edu/openaccess

October 17, 2014

As always, we want to know what you think about our services, collections, and instruction.

Due to a large volume of spam recently however, we have disabled our site-wide contact form. In the meantime, please contact our Assistant Dean, Tracey Lauder, directly using her contact form.

Thanks for your feedback!

October 16, 2014

IEEE Day will be on Thursday, October 30th, at Kingsbury Hall.

Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Presenter: Ruth Wolfish, IEEE Client Services Manager

IEEE Info Table
9:00am - 10:30am, by Albert’s

Tips & Tricks: IEEE Xplore & more
11:10am - 12:30pm, Kingsbury N233
(FREE Pizza and prizes!)

Online Scavenger Hunt
Begins Friday, October 24th
Win a t-shirt! More details at the library (Kingsbury S236)

Have fun and connect with your resources!
Information about IEEE, networking, job searching, library resources, and more!

Contact Emily Poworoznek if you have questions about this event.

Presented by the IEEE in partnership with the UNH Library

October 14, 2014

The Geospatial Services Center provides basic-level assistance with geospatial technology and help in finding data sources for analysis using geographic information system software.

The GSC is located at: Room 337, Dimond Library Level 3 (Main Floor)

For fall hours, services, and more, visit the Geospatial Services Center.
For questions, contact the Map Librarian.

October 14, 2014

Government Information is currently featuring: Ebola Resources for the Public.

The UNH Library is a Federal Repository for government information, and faculty librarians are available to help gain access to resources to help educate and inform citizenry.

For more information, please visit, email or call the reference desk on Level Three in Dimond Library (862-1544 or reference.desk@unh.edu).

You can visit Government Information to learn more about the featured resource, and to explore other services and resources.

October 14, 2014

The Library is doing a usability test of a web site and we need a few participants on the morning of Thursday, October 30. It will take about an hour of your time 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.

October 8, 2014

In celebration of Halloween, there is now a very scary film display in the Multimedia Room (Dimond, level 2)!

The display includes:

...and many more creepy films!

The display will be up for the month of October. Come check them out!

October 8, 2014

Logging in to your Interlibrary Loan account (ILLiad) is about to become easier!

Starting Friday, October 10, when you log into ILLiad, you will be asked for your UNH IT ID username and password (the same username and password as Blackboard). Once verified, you will be forwarded to your Interlibrary Loan account. This provides a more secure login system, and one less set of credentials for you to remember! You will no longer use your self-created username.

System will be down from 7:00am until 12:00pm on Friday, October 10th.

If you have questions or comments about this change, please contact our ILS Coordinator, Cliff Poulin.

September 24, 2014

Chinese Bamboo Scripts from Hunan: A Recording of Early Chinese Civilization

September 24th-26th in Dimond Library, near Circulation Desk on level 3
Sponsored by the Confucius Institute at UNH

The exhibit is free and open to the public.

For over 2,000 years, bamboo and wood scripts played an important role in Chinese history. The culture of bamboo script writing has had a far-reaching impact on Chinese civilization. The exhibition will display 60 pieces of bamboo and wood script replicas (excavated from Hunan Province of China) dating back to Qin, Han Dynasty, and the State of Wu during the Three Kingdoms Period.

The exhibition is organized in partnership with the Confucius Institute at Bryant University in Rhode Island, Hunan Antique Archaeology Institute, and Changsha Museum of Bamboo Scripts in Hunan, China.

To learn more about the exhibit, please visit the Chinese Bamboo Script Exhibition page, or find out more about the Confucius Institute at UNH.

September 24, 2014

Story Maps Illustrate Metro Area and County Population Change
Have fun exploring two interactive thematic maps on population change, just released by the Census Bureau.

The first map allows data users to explore the difference a decade has made in patterns of population change in metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas across the country. This is possible through swiping between two interactive maps – one covering the 2002-2003 period, the other 2012-2013. The second map permits users to determine the extent of population growth in each county between 2012 and 2013, and to quickly identify the primary source of that population change (such as natural increase or net migration.

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau

Visit the Government Information page to see other Government Information resources.

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