This workshop is designed to give a basic introduction to soldering, while building a Weevil Eye.
The MaKey MaKey is an invention kit that encourages people to find creative ways to interact with their computers, by using everyday objects as a replacement for keyboards and mice.
The Blender 3D Modeling Level 1 workshop is a beginner-level course designed to help students with little-to-no prior experience get their feet wet with 3D modeling, using the famous open-source software known as Blender.
UNT Special Collections will be hosting Revealing Hidden Collections: A Joint Symposium with Texas A&M and UNT Libraries with presentations by Anton duPlessis, Curator of the Colonial Mexican Collection at Texas A&M, Jaime Janda, Project Archivist for UNT, and Morgan Gieringer, Head of Special Collections at UNT.
This film follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.
Pixels & Pieces is our tabletop game design guild facilitated and lead by the Media Library. Join us to take your game ideas from concept through testing and production, and let us help you get your prototype into the hands of publishing companies! This group meets every Thursday during the semester with speakers from the industry every other week. All events run from 6pm-8pm in the Media Library, Chilton Hall Rm. 111C
Feb. 18th - Colby Dauch, Plaid Hat Games - Beta Testing
Game On! is a monthly gaming event hosted by the Media Library. Compete in friendly tournaments and test drive the latest titles from your favorite developers once a month at our open gaming event. All events run from 4pm – 9pm in the UNT Media Library, Chilton Hall Rm 111.
Game On! is a monthly gaming event hosted by the Media Library. Play some cool retro games, and bring your old consoles for some good old fashioned fun! All events run from 4pm – 9pm in the UNT Media Library, Chilton Hall Rm 111.
Join us for our 4th Annual Human Library!
The Human Library features “Human Books” – representatives of traditionally misunderstood or stigmatized groups – who are available for “check out” by Library visitors.
The University of North Texas Libraries have acquired hundreds of thousands of photos from two photographers, Ray Bankston and Don Shugart, who documented the horse ranching industry for decades. They’ve compiled a selection of the photos into a book, Through the Lenses of Ray Bankston and Don Shugart.