FMLA joins the UNT Libraries and UNT Pride Alliance to present this Queer Zine Week event. QPOC Zine Forum is a workshop on how queer people of color use zines to find a voice.
The UNT Libraries and the UNT Pride Alliance are excited to host a week’s worth of events celebrating queer zines and the people who make them.
Featuring workshops and web chats with zine makers, zine librarians, and digital archivists preserving zines from around the country, Queer Zine Week has something for everyone!
Join the UNT Libraries and the UNT Pride Alliance for Queer Zine Week! This webchat features Jennifer Hecker, Founder of the Austin Fanzine Project
The webchat is free and open to the public, you can join us in person at UNT, or join us online.
In Fall semester 2014, Professor Jennifer Way in the department or Art History and Art Education invited UNT Libraries Public Services to collaborate on a classroom experiment to encourage her students to develop digital exhibits as an alternative to the traditional seminar paper. Digital Humanities Coordinator Spencer Keralis and Art Reference Librarian Rebecca Barham were embedded with Dr. Way’s graduate art history seminar.
The UNT Libraries are looking for volunteers for Human Books for our annual Human Library event!
The UNT Libraries Public Services Division is offering three workshops this semester for grant applicants to learn more about Data Management Plans and how to prepare them for your grant applications. We support Data Management Plan development with the DMPTool (http://dmptool.org), a free, online tool developed by the California Digital Library.
We're starting off the spring semester greener!
When you check out library materials, instead of receiving a print copy of the due date receipt, an electronic copy will be sent to your UNT email address.
The subject of the email will be FTS Mail from the Library.
You can always check your library account on the Accounts Login page by entering your EUID and password.