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News

  • Intro to Palaeography

    UNB Library News - Tuesday, February 09th, 2016

    Do you need help reading handwritten documents? If so, come to this 2-part session to learn techniques and strategies that you can use to approach reading and analyzing manuscripts. Part One: Tuesday, February 16th (2-2:50pm), HIL Milham RoomTopics include transcription, writing materials, and styles (hands). Part Two: Tuesday, February 23rd (2-2:50pm), HIL Learning LabHands-on practice using...

  • Copyright–Images in the Classroom

    UNB Library News - Monday, February 08th, 2016

    A new addition to the copyright webpage covers the use of images in the classroom. For the purposes of class instruction, faculty can rely on the public domain, licenced resources, fair dealing, and educational exceptions to deliver images to students. The video tutorial on Images in the Classroom further explains how to utilize images within the limits of copyright legislation and licences. For...

  • Food For Fines Back On

    SMU Patrick Power Library News - Monday, February 08th, 2016

    It's an annual tradition that helps a lot of people. Food for Fines (the name says it all) is an initiative of all of the Novanet libraries.  Anyone who has outstanding overdue fines can have them reduced, or even eliminated, by donating to a very worthy cause. Here's how it works: Drop off non-perishable food at our circulation desk For each item of food, the fine will be reduced by $3 So, for...

  • Dr. Tatjana Takseva to Talk About Mothering in Conflict Zones

    SMU Patrick Power Library News - Thursday, February 04th, 2016

    A member of the English Department, as well as Women & Gender Studies, Dr. Takseva will be here to discuss her contributions to the new book, Mothers Under Fire: mothering in conflict areas. The various essays in the collection,"raise awareness of the needs of women and children in areas affected by military and/or political violence worldwide". This will be the final event in this year's...

  • NEW Guide to ESL Library Resources

    UNB Library News - Monday, February 01st, 2016

    If you are an English language learner or an ESL instructor, we encourage you to check out our new UNB Libraries’ Guide to ESL Library Resources which features print, electronic, and audiovisual resources that will improve your grammar, reading, writing, and listening comprehension. This guide can be accessed from UNB Libraries’ home page; choose English under “Research by Subject” and select...

  • Intro to UNB Libraries for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

    UNB Library News - Friday, January 29th, 2016

    Are you new to UNB Libraries? UNB Libraries will offer a session designed to introduce international students to the library system, including the various resources, services, and study spaces that are available to support your academic success. Resources What kind of materials the library offers (books, journal articles, newspapers, films, and more) How to find materials using the catalogue UNB...

  • Intro to Palaeography

    UNB Library News - Thursday, January 28th, 2016

    Do you need help reading handwritten documents? If so, come to this 2-part session to learn techniques and strategies that you can use to approach reading and analyzing manuscripts. Part One: Tuesday, February 16th (2-2:50pm), HIL Milham RoomTopics include transcription, writing materials, and styles (hands). Part Two: Tuesday, February 23rd (2-2:50pm), HIL Learning LabHands-on practice using...

  • Copyright–Images in the Classroom

    UNB Library News - Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

    A new addition to the copyright webpage covers the use of images in the classroom. For the purposes of class instruction, faculty can rely on the public domain, licenced resources, fair dealing, and educational exceptions to deliver images to students. The video tutorial on Images in the Classroom further explains how to utilize images within the limits of copyright legislation and licences. For...

  • AirMedia in HIL Group Study Rooms

    UNB Library News - Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

    The HIL has 6 group study rooms equipped with Wireless Presentation Systems (AirMedia). These systems function with personal or library-loaned laptops, allowing students to wirelessly access the projector system in the room. Information about the Wireless Presentation Systems is available from CETL. Media set-up instructions are also available at the HIL Commons Service Desk.

  • This Thursday – DOCTalks Workshop!

    UNB Library News - Monday, January 25th, 2016

    DOCTalks Fredericton Workshops Series: Using Film for Knowledge Mobilization! Workshop 2: How to Disseminate Knowledge & Secure Research Funding Using Film Thursday, January 28, 2016 12 noon – 1pm Milham Room at the Harriet Irving Library (bring brown bag lunch – refreshments are provided) Featuring Dr. Mary Blatherwick and Dr. Sean Lockwood For more information and to register for the event...

  • NEW Guide to ESL Library Resources

    UNB Library News - Monday, January 25th, 2016

    If you are an English language learner or an ESL instructor, we encourage you to check out our new UNB Libraries’ Guide to ESL Library Resources which features print, electronic, and audiovisual resources that will improve your grammar, reading, writing, and listening comprehension. This guide can be accessed from UNB Libraries’ home page; choose English under “Research by Subject” and select...

  • Dr. John Reid, History Department, to discuss new book

    SMU Patrick Power Library News - Friday, January 22nd, 2016

      Please join us this Tuesday, January 26 at 3 o’clock in Room LI135for a discussion of Dr. Reid’s latest publication on this province’s early history. The book is entitled, Hector Maclean: The Writings of a Loyalist-Era Military Settler in Nova Scotia and it should appeal to anyone interested in “the military history of the Revolutionary War and the environmental, cultural, and social...

  • Talk on Immigrants' Experience in Atlantic Canada

    SMU Patrick Power Library News - Monday, January 18th, 2016

    A group of Saint Mary's professors have just released a timely new book entitled, The Warmth of the Welcome: is Atlantic Canada a home away from home for immigrants?.  As the title suggests, this is an exploration of the many different factors which combine to determine newcomers' experience in the region as they strive to adapt and integrate with local realities. Evie Tastsoglou and Barbara...

  • IATUL 2016: Submission Deadline Extended

    CAUL - News - Thursday, January 14th, 2016

      37th Annual IATUL Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada5 – 9 June 2016 Call for Submissions:  DEADLINE EXTENDED to Feb 5, 2016 The IATUL 2016 Programme Committee invites proposals for papers and posters, which should reflect the conference theme: Library Leadership in a Sea of Change Libraries are developing services for new emerging trends such as data management...

  • Proposal Deadling Extended: 2016 ABC Copyright Conference

    CAUL - News - Friday, January 08th, 2016

    The ABC 2016 Program Committee is extending the deadline on the call for session proposals until Friday, January 29, 2016. The committee thanks those who have already submitted proposals, and looks forward to receiving additional submissions.  Please note that proposals will be anonymized before review by the Conference Programme Committee.  http://abccopyright2016.com/ A list of potential...