Monthly Archives: November 2018
Why renovate Alderman Library? An answer in photos.
In this week of giving thanks, we’re appreciative of the many Library facilities that keep us studious, sheltered, employed, and entertained throughout the year. We’re also thankful to be talking about a renovation, however, because there are quite a few … Continue reading
Cutaway View of Renovated Main Library Shows Vision for Future
The renovated space includes flexible areas for individual and group study and research throughout the building, as well as new elevators, bathrooms, and stairwells, and all-new mechanical infrastructure. Basement Mechanical rooms and building storage will be located on the basement … Continue reading
Join the Library Council and make the Library an even Better Place
The upcoming Alderman Library renovation means there’s never been a better time to join the UVA Library Council and have a say in the Library’s future. The UVA Library Council invites all under-grads to an interest meeting on November 14 … Continue reading
Sneak Reviews DVDs become part of Clemons Video Collection!
People of a certain age may remember when video rental stores like Blockbuster stocked DVDs of the latest box office hits. In Charlottesville they may also remember Sneak Reviews where, in the days before streaming, you could go if your … Continue reading
Stories That Need Telling—Library’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon “Surfaces” Black Life in Charlottesville
Would you like to learn to edit Wikipedia and tell the world more about Charlottesville’s African-American community at the same time? Then register and come to the auditorium of the Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library on Friday, November … Continue reading
UVA Today features article on Library Understanding Difference Initiative
UVA Today is featuring an article about the Library’s efforts to foster greater appreciation for the differences that exist between members of its staff, not only difference between ethnic cultures, but between religious faiths, younger and older workers, people with … Continue reading