“Federating Repositories of Accessible Materials for Higher Education” awarded a $1,000,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The population of students with disabilities at institutions of higher education has increased substantially over the past few decades and many of those have print disabilities, including the largest subgroup, those with learning disabilities. Students with print disabilities require text … Continue reading

The UVA Library has Helpful Information for Incoming Students

Are you a new student? New to the Library? Feeling overwhelmed? Here are some common problems and tips from the Library’s service desk that will help you hit the ground running! Q:    I can’t log into the Library computer. A:     … Continue reading

Fair Use promotes creation of new knowledge

A new infographic from the Association of Research Libraries illustrates how Fair Use enables new knowledge to be created and shared. Download the full infographic (PDF).  Want more? Check this out from The Taper, UVA Library’s Copyright and Information Policy … Continue reading

UVA Library high school interns, Week 3, 2017

WEEK 3 UVA Library high school interns 2017 Posted July 6, 2017 What is the most interesting job you have learned about in the library so far and why? When I first heard the phrase “Special Collections,” I didn’t even … Continue reading

UVA Library high school interns, Week 1, 2017

WEEK 1 UVA Library high school interns 2017 Posted June 20, 2017 What surprised you the most from your first day at the Library and why? What are your goals for the internship program? When I think of virtual reality, … Continue reading