Using a combination of web analytics and user surveys, the researchers planned to analyze the current usage of electronic finding aids at UNT within the context of the larger ecosystem of discovery tools available to researchers.
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A Human Library will be held in the Forum @ Willis Library September 17 and 18, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm each day.
The proposed project sought to test a novel method for the rapid digitization of archival materials.
Satellite libraries with specialized collections pose a problem in terms of collection use and awareness. This project sought to assess current use and awareness of Eagle Commons Library facilities and collections, to optimize use of the collections housed at the ECL through targeted programming in partnership with the Digital Scholarship Co-Operative, and to facilitate coordinated use of all Libraries facilities in Sycamore Hall.
The Portal to Texas History, administered by the University of North Texas Libraries, has received the Wayne Williams Library Project of the Year Award fro
On Tuesday, March 26, 2013 the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Hollingsworth v. Perry, the challenge to California’s ban on same-sex marriage in that state. On Wednesday, March 27 Justices will hear oral argument in United States v. Windsor, the challenge to the constitutionality of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
The United States Supreme Court held today that buying books abroad and selling them in the United States is not a violation of copyright law. Instead, it is well within the rights of an individual under the first sale doctrine.
Last week, the Register of Copyrights Maria Pallante gave remarks at Columbia Law School. During these remarks, she suggests some changes in United States copyright legislation may be necessary to help various entities properly utilize current technology within the confines of the law.
The UNT Libraries are conducting an online survey about user satisfaction with UNT Libraries’ services that takes 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
If constructed, the Keystone XL pipeline would transport crude oil (e.g., synthetic crude oil or diluted bitumen) derived from oil sands in Alberta, Canada to destinations in the United States.