This display includes titles that cover a variety of social justice topics and movements such as: women’s rights, civil rights, #blacklivesmatters, policing, human rights Continue reading
by Julie Robinson
The UCBA College Library will have the following hours during Spring Break:
We’ve arrived at the space of Pam Adler, UCBA Library’s Public Services Assistant, for this latest edition of From the Desk of… Continue reading
The New Titles at Your UCBA Library online guide lists newly acquired books and media by subject. Select titles are highlighted on the homepage along with the ability to search for other titles in the UC Libraries system. Many of the new titles can also be found on the new book cart located next to the front desk in the library.
by Lauren Wahman
The UCBA Library and the UCBA Learning & Teaching Center sponsored a RefWorks workshop on Thursday February 9. Randy Roberts (Langsam Library) brought his roadshow out to UCBA for the first time and we had 12 attendees representing a wide range of disciplines such as Nursing, Business, English, and Biology. This was a great example of libraries collaborating to help faculty learn more about one of our many resources! Thanks again Randy!
Stop by the UCBA Library to browse and borrow books in honor of Black History Month and the National African American Read-In (NAARI). Titles that include a yellow NAARI bookmark are written by African Americans and can be read for the NAARI event scheduled for Tuesday, February 28 at 12:00 pm in the Muntz 119 Lobby.
To see a full list of titles on display, visit the National African American Read-In guide at https://guides.libraries.uc.edu/ucba-naari.
by Kellie Tilton
Over the weekend of January 20th, UC Blue Ash Librarian traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, for the 2017 American Library Association’s MidWinter Conference. Although the purpose for attending was committee work on the Alex Awards, she had the chance to visit the exhibit halls, meet with other librarians (including the Librarian of Congress!), and visit local museums and restaurants.
Below are a few pictures she took on her travels.
The next stop on our tour of offices finds us at the doorstep of Lauren Wahman, Instruction Program Coordinator at UCBA Library.