Relevant databases in celebration of Native American Heritage Month, come check them out! Continue reading Native American Heritage Month E-Resources
Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month, we’re highlighting some of our relevant e-resources along with the current show up in Thacher Gallery. Continue reading Latinx Heritage Month: E-Resources & More
Join Gleeson as we celebrate Disability Pride Month- here we highlight a key database for learning more about the Disability Pride Movement. Continue reading Celebrating Disability Pride Month
Gleeson Library | Geschke Center and Zief Law Library have adopted a Harmful Language Statement to acknowledge and address harmful language present in our collection descriptions and collection materials.
Continue reading The University Libraries Harmful Language Statement
Gleeson Library and the Open Educational Resources for Social Justice project team introduce the teams of faculty who’ve received the $40,000 grant awards. Continue reading Announcing Our OER for Social Justice Award Winners!
A rare and beautiful printing of Dr. King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” is housed in the Donahue Rare Book Room. Continue reading Dr. King’s Legacy Preserved in the Donohue Rare Book Room
Zoe Hume, inaugural Reparative and Inclusive Description (RID) Survey Scholar, shares her experience. Continue reading Descriptive Practice for Social Justice: An Internship Reflection
In celebration, here are a number of significant library databases delving deeply into Native American culture, history, and activism. Continue reading Key Databases for Native American Heritage Month
Interested in making your research open access? Learn how to use Sherpa Romeo to determine the copyright status of your scholarly articles. Continue reading Make Your Research Open Access: Using Sherpa Romeo
Happy Latinx Heritage Month from Gleeson Library! Continue reading Latinx Heritage Month 2022