Summer deadlines for grant applications are quickly approaching. Full and part-time faculty who are interested in converting their courses from traditionally published materials to low or no cost materials are invited to apply.
UNO Libraries is celebrating Open Education Week March 4-8, 2019 – an opportunity to raise awareness and showcase the impact of open education across the world.
The exhibit, Denise Brady: Books and Broadsides, opens January 11, 2019, with a reception open to the public on the first floor of Criss Library.
A new exhibit, Civics in Practice: Illustrations from the Hagel Archives, opens January 11, 2019, and runs through May 3, 2019, on the lower level of Criss Library.
UNO Libraries' Archives and Special Collections seeks historical material from local musicians, venues, studios, radio stations, and others connected to the local music scene.
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