Love Library has just installed a new self check-out station at the Love South Circulation desk. It is easy to use with a touch screen monitor and easy to follow instructions. All you need is your UNL ID and some books.
Other things the self check-out station allows you to do:
• view your fines
• renews any items you have already checked out
So skip the long line at the circulation desk and check out your own books!
Starting on May 13, when logging into your library account or a UNL Libraries database, you will need to establish a password. You will be asked to enter it again as verification. For security purposes, instead of seeing the actual numbers on the screen, you will see asterisks or bullets displayed as the password is entered.
This password will protect your library card from unauthorized use and will be needed when you:
· login to My Library.
· login to use a database licensed for UNL.
· check out items at a self-check out machine.
· login to use a library computer.
Over the next several months, the UNL Libraries will be making improvements to facilities and services to better serve our students and patrons. All of these exciting transformations can be followed on the Libraries’ new blog, Transformation Station, http://transformunllibraries.blogspot.com. Please visit the blog and sign-up by email to stay connected and informed on the Libraries’ new and improved services and spaces. Another way to stay informed is to follow the Libraries on Facebook and Twitter.
The 4th biennial Heart & Hands Juried Book Arts Exhibition for Students is now on display through May 31 on the second floor study area in Love Library North. More than 80 books from 23 states and Canada were juried by UNL Cather Professor of Art Karen Kunc and guest juror Barb Tetenbaum, book arts department head at Oregon College of Art & Craft. Of the 82 works reviewed, 47 were accepted and nine Juror’s Awards were bestowed to artists based on a variety of criteria from concept and execution to compelling storytelling. On your next trip to the library, be sure to stop by and view this beautiful exhibit of books arts. To learn more about printmaking and book arts at UNL, visit http://art.unl.edu/printmaking
This July, the CDRH is proud to host Digital Humanities 2013, an international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. From July 16 through 19, members of the alliance will descend on Lincoln from all over the world to share research on digital scholarship. The conference is packed with forums and workshops as well as receptions and field trips so attendees not only get to collaborate and learn, but also get to know one another and all that UNL and Lincoln have to offer. For more information on this conference visit http://dh2013.unl.edu