October Scary Movie Display

Posted October 6, 2017

Get into the Halloween spirit with a film from the Multimedia Center (Dimond, level 2) Scary Movie Display during the month of October!

Scary Film Collection

Choose from a variety of spooktacular movies, including:

Halloween Streaming

October 31, 12-1 in Studio 235
Join us for a free showing of Vampires (part of the Monsters Among Us series) on Halloween.

Be sure to stop by the Multimedia Center for all your Halloween movie needs all October!

Open Access Week 2017

Discover more about open publishing options, open resources, and open tools by attending one of our Open Access Week events!

First-Year Instruction Sessions

Posted September 20, 2017

Instructor talking to student
We're hosting free, open sessions—no appointment needed—to support first-year students in developing their research skills for their foundational-level courses.

All sessions are held in Dimond Library, room 421. First-year Instruction Librarian Ben Peck will be available to answer research and other library related questions and help students get the most from our library resources.

Stop by during these times:

  • Tuesdays 5-7 p.m.
  • Wednesdays 2-4 p.m.

Sessions run continuously from the September 26 through December 6. You can get reminders about these sessions and other events by following us on Twitter @unhlibrary.

Celebrating 110 Years as a Federal Depository Library

Posted September 13, 2017

University of New Hampshire’s Dimond Library celebrates 110 years in the US Government Publishing Office’s (GPO’s) Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP). UNH became a US depository in 1907 due to its status as a land-grant institution. GPO has operated the FDLP since 1895, though the program's roots can be traced back to the act of Congress dated December 27, 1813 (3 Stat. 140), which stated that one copy of the journals and documents of the Senate and House must be sent to each university, college, and historical society in each state.

The FDLP ensures that the public has free access to Federal documents in approximately 1,150 participating libraries across the United States. These libraries, in partnership with GPO, work in support of Keeping America Informed. In 2015, Dimond Library became the first depository library in New Hampshire to receive a Depository Library Spotlight.

The UNH Library is proud to have served UNH and the broader community in providing access to tens of thousands of Congressional and federal agency publications. We also provide expert assistance in navigating digital copies of historical and current US government publications through sources such as govinfo, GPO’s Catalog of U.S. Government Publications, and the UNH library catalog. The UNH Library looks forward to continuing to serve our communities by providing access to and service for FDLP-supplied government resources, which are complemented by many commercial databases and websites.

To commemorate this anniversary, several exhibits are being planned to enhance awareness of the range of government publications available in our collection or online.

Government Information Displays

Throughout the fall semester we'll be displaying historical publications, posters, illustrated books, and more. Explore the main level (level 3) of Dimond Library or follow @unhlibrary on Twitter to see what we have.

Constitution Week

Coinciding with the opening of the lobby exhibit is Constitution Week (September 17-23, 2017), which will be the focus of our rotating display. We’ll have a colorful Constitution-related jigsaw puzzle available in the Addison Reading Room for people to work on and enjoy.

Brown Bag Lunch Series Fall 2017

Posted September 12, 2017

Join us for lunch-time, open-discussion teaching and learning opportunities aimed at faculty, staff, and graduate students.

Events with asterisks are eligible for CEITL Participation Certificate points for program enrollees. Please remember to sign in at activities to confirm attendance.

All brown bag events will be held in Dimond 352.

Schedule

September 27
* Introducing the ACRL Information Literacy Framework for Higher Education
Kathrine Aydelott, 12-1 p.m.

October 11
* Fake News in the Classroom
Kathrine Aydelott, 12-1 p.m.

October 18
* What Are Digital Badges?
Wendy Jo Girven & Ben Peck, 12-1 p.m.

October 26
* Working with Primary Sources
Bill Ross, 12-1 p.m.

November 8
* ICPSR Data and Membership Benefits
Louise Buckley, 12-1 p.m.

November 14
Finding a Repository for Your Data (or Publishing and Sharing Your Data)
Patti Condon, 12-1 p.m.

Fall Workshop Series 2017

Posted August 30, 2017

We are hosting a series of hands-on teaching and learning opportunities covering a range of tools and strategies. Many are aimed at a broad audience of faculty, staff, and both graduate and undergraduate students.

* Items with asterisks are specifically aimed at UNH Faculty and graduate students and are eligible for CEITL Participation Certificate points for program enrollees. Please remember to sign in at activities to confirm your attendance.

Workshop Schedule

All sessions in Dimond Library 235. Please bring your own devices (laptop, etc.).

September

September 7
Introduction to Scholarly Citation, Kathrine Aydelott, 3-4 p.m.

September 20
Creating a Data Management Plan, Patti Condon, 2-3 p.m.

September 21
Citation Managers: RefWorks, Kathrine Aydelott, 3-4 p.m.

October

October 5
Citation Managers: RefWorks, Kathrine Aydelott, 3-4 p.m.

October 12
Citation Managers: Mendeley, Hannah Hamalainen, 2-3 p.m.

October 19
Citation Managers: RefWorks, Kathrine Aydelott, 3-4 p.m.

October 25
Citation Managers: Zotero, Eugenia Liu, 2-3 p.m.

November

November 8
Citation Managers: Zotero, Eugenia Liu, 2-3 p.m.

November 16
* Teaching & Learning with Genealogy, Kathrine Aydelott, 3-4 p.m.

November 21
Making Your Scholarship Open, Eleta Exline, 2-3 p.m.

November 30
Citation Managers: Mendeley, Hannah Hamalainen, 2-3 p.m.

December

December 5
* Introduction to the Scholars Repository, Eleta Exline, 2-3 p.m.

December 7
How to Find Citations and Metrics at UNH, Emily Poworoznek, 1-2 p.m.

Wildlife Film Display & Series

Celebrate wildlife all month with us by borrowing a featured film from our collection or coming to our Wildlife Wednesday film streaming events!