Doug Campbell - Embedded Librarian

Librarian Doug Campbell has been recognized all over campus and even on the Denton Square. What’s the cause of all the recognition? A caricature of his face, featuring a distinctive beard and glasses, along with the slogan “Doug Your Librarian on Location,” has appeared on posters created by Residence Life.

“It’s working like crazy,” he said. “They ask if I’m the Doug on the poster. It’s like my 15 minutes of fame. I’m loving it.”

UNT Libraries to Receive Archives from The Dallas Way Agreement

The Dallas Way, a nonprofit organization dedicated to gathering, storing, organizing and presenting the complete history of the city’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, has entered into an agreement with the University of North Texas Libraries to ensure that current and future materials collected by the organization will be permanently archived, digitized and made accessible to the public.

UNT Libraries Special Collections - Research Fellowship

The University of North Texas Libraries invites applications for the UNT Special Collections Research Fellowship. Research in special collections is relevant to studies in a variety of disciplines including history, journalism, political science, geography, fine art, art history and American studies. We encourage applicants to think creatively about new uses for special collections. Preference will be given to applicants that demonstrate the greatest potential for publication and the best use of special collections at UNT Libraries.

UNT Libraries Participate in Texas Library Snapshot Day

Say "Cheese!" The UNT Libraries joined thousands of libraries across the state in participating in Texas Library Snapshot Day. Every day, Texas libraries reach out to millions of Texans – students, adults, job-seekers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and countless others. Snapshot Day provides a way to capture the diversity of activities and learning made possible by libraries.

Libraries to Help Create Library Publishing Coalition

UNT Libraries, in collaboration with more than 50 other academic libraries and the Educopia Institute, has joined a two-year (2013-2014) project to create the Library Publishing Coalition (LPC).

The project emerged from conversations between Purdue University, the University of North Texas and Virginia Tech regarding the need for a community dedicated to advancing the field of library publishing.