The program is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. To register, please use our online registration form.
Dancing and music are distinguishing parts of cultures all over the world. Each generation brings new twists and moves to the world of dance. Visit the Dimond Library Multimedia Room’s display of dance related movies and you will find old classics, modern, and international dance movies for an entertaining movie break.
In the past years, the UNH library acquisition budget increases have not kept up with inflation. In order to cover inflationary increases and balance the budget for FY 13, we need to make cuts to our journal subscriptions.
During the summer we worked with academic departments to identify titles for cancellation. The selections were made by looking at cost and usage data with a goal of keeping as much valued content available as possible and minimizing negative impact on our users, while still achieving our budget reduction targets.
Using library resources from home just got easier!
Starting Wednesday, August 22, the UNH Library will use the University’s LDAP directory for remote access to its electronic resources. This means you will no longer need to log in to Blackboard to access our electronic resources from off-campus.
Instead, simply navigate to the resource you want on the Library web site. You will then be asked for your UNH IT ID username and password. (This is the same username and password as Blackboard.) Once verified, you will be forwarded on to your resource directly.
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.
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.