September 17th is Constitution Day- learn more of how that relates to you and Gleeson Library! Continue reading Constitution Day and Citizenship Day 2023
Recent titles selected by faculty and Gleeson staff bring us Métis futurism, history from around the world, and graduate studies. Also several faculty authors and editors!Continue reading “New ebooks September 8, 2023”
Get a quick overview of how to access Gleeson’s e-resources-this is for students who are unfamiliar or need a reminder for the fall semester. Continue reading (Re)Introducing Gleeson’s E-resources
New ebooks don’t stop in the summer! Titles selected by faculty and Gleeson staff cover Harlem jazz, research techniques, magic of many kinds, and more.Continue reading “New ebooks July 19, 2023”
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
Our Group Study Rooms booking interface has a new look! We have replaced the “availability grid” with a more intuitive search-based experience. Check it out! Continue reading New Group Study Rooms Booking Interface
This post is part of a series in highlighting interesting finds from the Special Collections & University Archives at Gleeson-come check it out! Continue reading From the Vault 05(01)
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!
Take a look at some of our library databases to celebrate National Library Week. Continue reading Key Databases for National Library Week April 23-29, 2023