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Photograph shows a student with a VR headset and hand controllers. They are sitting at a desk inside of the library.
Photograph shows a student with a VR headset and hand controllers. They are sitting at a desk inside of the library.
in News

How can you use virtual reality as a means to educate and start conversations in the academic library?

Illustration of a person speaking at a podium under a spotlight.
Illustration of a person speaking at a podium under a spotlight.
in Program Models

Library staff get one hour to present on a topic they are passionate about! Topics have included ancient warfare and retro video games.

PetGram example from McDaniel. Photograph of a dog named Bandit. Text reads: Bears. Beets. Believe you can do it!
PetGram example from McDaniel. Photograph of a dog named Bandit. Text reads: Bears. Beets. Believe you can do it!
in Program Models

Pet Grams are an easy way to spread kindness and cuteness while promoting academic library resources. 

Photograph of two people looking at old newspapers on a computer. (On December 7, 2015, participants in History Unfolded gather at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC, to search local newspaper archives.) Photograph courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Photograph of two people looking at old newspapers on a computer. (On December 7, 2015, participants in History Unfolded gather at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC, to search local newspaper archives.) Photograph courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
in News

History Unfolded: US Newspapers and the Holocaust invites libraries to research local newspaper coverage on Holocaust-era events.

Photograph of three large, green plants propagating in glasses of water.
Photograph of three large, green plants propagating in glasses of water.
in Program Models

Inside Hickory Public Library is a designated area where the community can donate loose plant cuttings.

Three posters for Columbia College Library's programs. Left to right: Beautiful Monstrosities From She-Beasts to Final Girls, Tattoo: Ink, Art & Object, Future Tense: Imagined Worlds from the Margins
Three posters for Columbia College Library's programs. Left to right: Beautiful Monstrosities From She-Beasts to Final Girls, Tattoo: Ink, Art & Object, Future Tense: Imagined Worlds from the Margins
in News

Columbia College Chicago Library asks what they can do for their students at the beginning of their artistic careers.

Photograph of three people sitting at an outdoor table with books open.
Photograph of three people sitting at an outdoor table with books open.
in News

UCSB's library created student-led book clubs to satisfy the need for in-depth book-centered discussions. 

Photograph of gold trophies against a blue background with stars.
Photograph of gold trophies against a blue background with stars.
in Program Models

The University of North Florida Library’s Literary Contest invited students, faculty and staff to participate in virtual writing contests.