This project seeks to address accessibility compliance of A/V materials in the UNT digital collections.
This project is designed to increase awareness and mindfulness of the needs of patrons with disabilities and to improve services offered to accommodate those patrons.
The Local / Independent Music Initiative of Texas (LIMIT) is an ongoing initiative to collect, preserve, and provide access to music that originates from Texas. LIMIT team members have identified a desire in the Denton music community for an archiving project.
Through a series of focused classes, participants will design and create physical or digital objects to keep in their Factory show ‘case’.
This project is to launch a podcast dedicated to promoting and telling the stories of archival manuscript collections in UNT Special Collections
In 2007, Dr. Scott Nicholson conducted a census of gaming to take a "pulse of the role of gaming in libraries." In the decade since, both library game collections and game technologies have evolved.
The completely redesigned user interface of The Portal to Texas History has encouraged historians, genealogists, and everyday users to research their individual areas of interests. Internal user testing continues to uncover insights on how users interact with the Portal's vast catalog of public records, historical documents and artifacts.
Supporting sustainable practices is an important goal of the university as outlined in its mission statement and strategic planning. As our Faculty Delivery Service responds to greater demand, we are becoming more aware of the environmental impact our delivery materials (plastic poly mailers) have because they are neither recyclable nor reusable. Faculty members have expressed concerns about the long-tenn use of these materials, and some have opted out of using the service as a result.
African American male students have the highest attrition rate. In Fall 2017, a new living/learning community comprised of freshmen males will meet for a one-hour course focused on the African American experience in the United States examined through the lens of African American music.
Escape to the Library: A Library Learning Escape Room Experience was a successful and popular option during First Flight in 2016 that incorporated learning objectives tied to the ACRL Framework into a fun, immersive puzzle-solving experience.