This Special Collections exhibit will introduce you to some of these interesting new items, and show off the amazing variety of our holdings.
The purpose of the competition and exhibition is to encourage developing student’s work in the medium of Artists’ Books, to foster the creation of Artists’ Books, reward excellence and creativity in the medium of Artists’ Books, and to build the collection of Artists’ Books in UNT Special Collections.
The UNT Libraries Special Collections is pleased to announce three special exhibit events on Thursday, February 15, 2018.
Last month we brought you some of 2017’s biggest reads courtesy of the Goodreads Choice Awards. With the calendar freshly turned to 2018, it’s time to look ahead at the page-turners we’re looking forward to in 2018.
If you’re a bibliophile like us, the end of the calendar year is a wonderful time to be alive. Not only are you guaranteed to receive one or two books from family members over the holidays, but book industry people are busy ranking the best books of the year all over the place.
Goodreads is no exception! We love the Goodreads website for so many reasons, including its easy-to-track book reading challenge, accessible reviews and the vast collection of books you have or want to read.
Machaia McClenny began her career as a teacher and librarian, and she now works as the Education Specialist at the Alamo. She holds a Master of Science degree in Library Science from the University of North Texas.
The winter solstice is right around the corner!
No, we had no idea what that meant either when we heard about it. We vaguely remembered it had something to do with a really long night. Besides that? Nothing.
So we set out to do some research and stumbled upon some interesting books and media in our very own UNT Libraries that you might be interested in. Oh, and when it actually happens this month. That seems important.
But first, let’s answer a simple question: What on Earth is the winter solstice?
Please join us for a Meet & Greet with the donor, a retired Dallas Opera Chorus member, Phillip Barbosa.