Library SourceDorks Bring Personal Touch to Helping Students with Research

It’s that time again. Papers are coming due and you need to nail down a thesis and find some sources. Is the topic is still too broad? Are your sources good ones? With a grade riding on these questions, don’t … Continue reading

The Library’s NewsBank Subscription Opens the World to UVA Researchers

An enormous amount of news and opinion pours out of newspapers, blogs, newswires, journals, broadcast transcripts, and videos from around the world every day, from the most information-packed and insightful articles to the most irrational and irate letters to the … Continue reading

Brown Science & Engineering Library hosts virtual “Accessible Media, Web and technology Conference”

Anyone from the University community who has digital accessibility responsibilities should attend the virtual “Accessible Media, Web and technology Conference,” presented by Accessing Higher Ground (AHG). The conference will be held in room 133 of the Brown Science and Engineering … Continue reading

Special Collections Faulkner Tour helps Fourth Year Scholar see the Person behind the Author

Fourth year student Marcella Sohm—a double major in English and Women, Gender & Sexuality—took second place in a Faulkner studies contest with her paper “‘She Was My Heart’s Darling’: Faulkner as Father, Through Letters to his Daughter Jill at College.”According … Continue reading

Safe Space for Dialogue About the Election

If you need a space to talk about the election with fellow members of the University community, we’ll be providing refreshments and a safe space for dialogue in the auditorium of Harrison/Small. To get to the auditorium, enter Harrison/Small (Harrison/Small is … Continue reading

Special Collections opens Exhibit on Albemarle’s only Civil War Engagement—the Battle of Rio Hill

The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library commemorates a bit of Albemarle history with its new exhibition “Custer vs. Charlottesville: The Battle of Rio Hill, February 1864.” The exhibition will be on display in the downstairs gallery during regular … Continue reading

Update on Noise Reduction at Clemons Library

There has been a change in the construction schedule at Clemons Library in response to student concerns about noise interfering with study. Facilities Management has agreed to reduce the loud noise of both Clemons roof construction and 2nd floor renovation … Continue reading