The Willis Library Forum (Room 140) will be reserved for serious study and preparation for finals.
The University of North Texas Libraries will be celebrating the first ever International Digital Preservation Day on November 30, 2017 with the following events/social media initiatives.
One of the major influencers of the Marvel universe upped and left for DC Comics recently, and we have a collection of his finest superhero stories available for you to check out now!
The calendar has flipped to November, ushering in cold weather and a greater need for generosity from students and Dentonites. For those in need, UNT Libraries is just one of numerous local outlets joining in the spirit of giving this month.
Join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans during Native American Heritage Month.
A native New Yorker, Dr. Nicole Smith is University Teaching Professor and Associate Professor of English at UNT. Inside the classroom, she is inspired by smart students and strange texts. Outside the classroom, she enjoys dancing, practicing handstands, and spending time with her son and daughter.
An exhibit of 60 years of historical memorabilia from the Dallas Opera, from the collection of retired Dallas Opera Chorus member Phillip Barbosa.
This event is free and open to the public, and we are encouraging community members to bring any two-dimensional music-related objects for digital scanning.
UNT Special Collections and the UNT Pride Alliance are pleased to present a screening of the film After Goodbye: An AIDS Story as part of a semester-long collaboration dedicated to programming related to the impact of HIV/AIDS on the LGBTQ+ community of Dallas, Texas.
Learn how to use various tools within the Unity development engine to create and sculpt fascinating environments that you can use in 2D, 3D, and virtual reality games.