News & Exhibits

February 5, 2015

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.

February 3, 2015

The Geospatial Services Center (GSC) is now open for the semester. The GSC 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 Spring 2015 hours, services, and more, visit the Geospatial Services Center.

For questions, contact Government Information.

February 2, 2015

The University has curtailed operations for Monday, February 2. Dimond Library and all branch library locations (Parsons, DeMeritt, and Kingsbury) will be closed until Tuesday, February 3.

Electronic resources are available remotely. Stay safe and warm!

For more information, see UNH Emergency and Storm Information.

February 1, 2015

We're monitoring weather conditions for Monday, February 2. Although no official announcement has been made, if UNH curtails operations tomorrow, Dimond Library and all branch locations will be closed. Please be safe! Check the Library Hours online or the UNH Storm Information page for the most current information available.

January 21, 2015

The Library is currently subscribed to a new database trial, through October 31, 2014: PsycTESTS.

PsycTESTS is a research database that provides access to psychological tests, measures, scales, surveys, and other assessments as well as descriptive information about the test and its development and administration.

As always, if this database is useful for your research, please leave a comment here or contact our electronic resources librarian.

January 20, 2015

Conflict Zone: Photojournalism from the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

January 26 - March 6, 2015 University Museum, Dimond Library, Level 1

The University Museum, with funding from the UNH English Department, will host an exhibit and related programs entitled Conflict Zone: Photojournalism from the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a collection of images from the front lines and the post-war home front, captured by combat photographers and journalists, both military and civilian.

Conflict Zone was established in 2010 to honor Joao Silva, a New York Times photojournalist who lost both legs to a landmine in Afghanistan. Chris Hondros, Joao’s colleague and a Conflict Zone featured photographer, was killed in Libya in 2011. Conflict Zone is now dedicated to him.

A formal opening is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 5th at 5:00 PM, and will include an artist’s walkthrough by Nathan Webster, a Lecturer of English at UNH whose photography is part of the exhibition. Webster reported from Iraq as a freelance photojournalist from 2007-09. In addition to his Conflict Zone work, other examples of his photography will be displayed.

The exhibit will also include a reading and discussion with Elliot Ackerman, author of the upcoming novel Green on Blue. Ackerman has written for The New Yorker and Daily Beast and is a Marine veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. Ackerman’s reading will take place Thursday, Feb. 26th at 5:00 PM at the UNH Memorial Union Building, Theater II.

Learn more at ConflictZone.org and ElliotAckerman.com.

For more exhibit information, contact Dale Valena, 603-862-1081, or Nathan Webster, 603-862-1313, Nathan.Webster@UNH.edu.

January 20, 2015

As the Milne Special Collections and Archives unit reorganizes and seeks to hire new staff, there will be some changes to our reference desk hours.

Starting Tuesday, January 20th, reading room hours for the spring semester will be:

  • Monday: 12-4pm
  • Tuesday: 12-8pm
  • Wednesday: 12-4pm
  • Thursday: 12-4pm
  • Friday: 12-4pm

Milne Special Collections and Archives will continue to open by appointment for those who are unable to make regular reading room hours.

Like most Special Collections and Archives, we are closed on the weekends.

These changes are in response to reduced staff, a growing backlog, an increase in remote reference, and a shift in photo/scanning requests stemming the closure of Photo Services last spring. In addition, our statistics show that two-thirds of our face-to-face research occurs after noon.

As a group, we strive to provide the best possible public service, in person and remote, as possible. We are hoping that with your help and understanding we can make this solution work as well as possible until we are fully staffed.

If you have questions, or wish to make an appointment, please contact Contact Special Collections, Archives, and Museum staff.

January 15, 2015

Harvard University Press is honored to renew James Loeb’s vision of accessibility, and presents an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing, virtual library of all that is important in Greek and Latin literature.

Epic and lyric poetry; tragedy and comedy; history, travel, philosophy, and oratory; the great medical writers and mathematicians; those Church Fathers who made particular use of pagan culture—in short, our entire Greek and Latin Classical heritage is represented here with up-to-date texts and accurate English translations.

More than 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts are available in a modern and elegant interface, allowing readers to browse, search, bookmark, annotate, and share content with ease.

Start exploring the Digital Loeb Classical Library today!

January 6, 2015

Government Information is featuring a new resource: U.S. Government Posters - the University of Iowa Libraries.

This resource features nearly 1500 official U.S. Government posters, allowing you to explore many decades of material, some even dating back to before World War II.

You can learn more about this resource and other Government Information resources by visiting the Government Information page.

December 19, 2014

On Saturday, January 3, 2015, the catalog for the Boston Library Consortium (BLC WorldCat) will be undergoing a system upgrade. Search the catalog and requesting items from the Boston Library Consortium will be unavailable from 12:01 AM to 3:00 PM (approximately 15 hours).

During this time, you can still search UNH holdings through the UNH Library Catalog. You can also request items not held at UNH through Interlibrary Loan.

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