Banned Books week is part of a national coalition celebrating the freedom to read. The week draws awareness for banned and challenged books in schools, bookstores, and libraries.
UNO Libraries is partnering with the Circle of Grandmothers to gather items of community significance that we would not otherwise see.
Visit UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections to learn more about recent acquisitions, new and ongoing initiatives, and more during American Archives Month.
Bring your lunch and learn how to read scholarly articles quickly and efficiently in order to get the most out of them.
Join archivists from UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections to learn how to preserve your personal archives.
Kevin L. Smith, Dean of Libraries at the University of Kansas and an expert in open access, will visit UNO on October 26, 2018.
Learn how your personal data is tracked and used online, and what companies think they know about you.
Bring your lunch and learn how to choose the best quality sources for your project.
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