The UNT Libraries’ Digital Collections have completed a self-audit of their digital repository policies, documentation, and infrastructure in accordance with the Trustworthy Repositories Audit & Certification: Criteria and Checklist (TRAC).
This compelling portrait tells the remarkable story of Ann Richards.
Come celebrate International Games Day with us in the Willis Forum on Wednesday, November 18th from 2-9pm!
- Open Board Gaming
- Open Video Gaming including Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Super Mario Maker, Halo 5, and Star Wars: Battlefront
- Magic: The Gathering tournament, Modern structure (Free, with prizes) starting at 4pm
- Artemis Bridge Simulator
Join us for the Digital Fabrication Research Symposium on November 5th, 2015 in the Willis Library Forum.
1 to 3pm Research Fair to include posters, presentations, performance, demonstrations, artwork and installations
November is National Novel Writing Month and Academic Writing Month! Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, and the UNT Libraries are hosting two Write-Ins to help you make progress.
November is National Novel Writing Month and Academic Writing Month! Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, and the UNT Libraries Public Services Division are hosting two Write-Ins to help you make progress.
The Media Library kicks off its new tabletop game development guild this Thursday, October 8th from 6pm-8pm. Have an idea for a game, but not sure how to make it? The Media Library will help you take it from concept to production with these weekly meetings. Every other week starting October 8th will have a guest speaker from the tabletop design industry speaking on a different aspect of game design.
The UNT Libraries’ Digital Collections (The Portal to Texas History, the UNT Digital Library, and the Gateway to Oklahoma History) recently recorded a milestone of 40 million uses. Part of the Libraries' unique collections, these resources give UNT faculty, staff, and students unprecedented access to some 1.2 million items and 18 million pages of content.
Private Violence explores a simple but deeply disturbing fact of American life: the most dangerous place for a woman in America is her own home.
The Fem Flicks Film Series begins its eighth season this year. The fall 2015 series includes three outstanding films that explore gender and the complex issues women face worldwide.
Kumu Hina is the story of Hina Wong- Kalu, a transgender native Hawaiian teacher and cultural icon who brings to life Hawaii’s long-held embrace of mahu — those who embody both male and female spirit, and were traditionally respected as caretakers, healers, and keepers of ancient traditions.The film traces Hina’s evolution from a timid high school boy to her position as a married woman and cultural director of a school that specializes in Hawaiian language, history and culture, located in one of Honolulu’s grittier neighborhoods.