UNO Libraries News
Wednesday, August 04, 2021
University of Nebraska Libraries Go Live with New Online Catalog/Discovery Tool
Users of University of Nebraska libraries will notice big changes on the libraries’ websites thanks to a next-generation library catalog and discovery tool.
New Environmental Zines Combine Creativity and Research
UNO librarians have a multi-semester collaboration with Introduction to Sociology sections to create zines on environmental topics examined through a social and sociological lens.
You Are Welcome Here!
The UNO Libraries are dedicated to making changes to eliminate racism, bigotry, bias, and prejudice. We stand with our Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) colleagues and students, and our UNO International Students during this time of grief, emotional stress, and safety concerns.
Preservation Through the Pandemic
Archives and Special Collections had volunteers working remotely through the pandemic.
New Cultural Heritage Exhibit from the Hagel Archives Now Open in Criss Library
UNO Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections showcases Legislative Files with an exhibit located on the first floor of Criss Library through August.
The Omaha 54 and 50 Years of the Department of Black Studies
Join us during the 2021 Native Omaha Days Festival to celebrate the brave students who became known as the Omaha 54 and one of the results of their sacrifice, the Department of Black Studies.
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