Resources and Collections

Summer Reading Recommendations

Ready for a fantastic journey that is definitely within your travel budget? Here are some of the best, hammock ready recommendations from Belk's Library's literary travel agents:

McFadden Collection Dedication Today, 4/24

Special Collections cordially invites you to attend the dedication of the Maggie McFadden Collection in Women’s Studies.

Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Time: 4:00 to 6:00 pm

Remarks at 4:00 pm

Location: Belk Library, Room 421

Selections from the collection will be on exhibit in the Rhinehart Room following the remarks.

Research, Recycle & Relax in the Library

Did You Know?

The Belk Library and Information Commons was the first building on campus to incorporate many of the goals of the LEED (U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environment Design) program.

Some highlights of your green library:

*The carpet is made of partially recycled material and is itself completely recyclable

New Exhibit on Black Mountain College, 4th floor

A new exhibit titled, “Black Mountain College: Innovation in Art, Education, and Lifestyle,” is now on display in the 4th Floor atrium of Belk Library and Information Commons. Black Mountain College was an experimental school, located just outside of Asheville, North Carolina, that only existed for 23 years, from 1933 to 1956. During that short time, it fostered many different artists including dancers, musicians, photographers, painters, and poets.

   

What to Read? Belk Library's March Recommend Reading

Need a book break? Belk Library recommends books to reinvigorate your brain from the hard study and stress of March, midterms, and making Spring Break memorable. Grab your hammock or a comfy chair near the Fox Popular Reading Room's fireplace and take a tiny journey.

 

U.S. State Department Grant Awarded to Librarian

Dr. Xiaorong Shao, Information Literacy Librarian at Belk Library and Information Commons, and two colleagues from the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Dr. Xiaofei Tu and Dr. Wei Xie, have been awarded a $100,000 grant from the United States State Department to share English reading and film resources and lectures on US politics and culture with students and faculty at Northeastern University (NEU) in Shenyang, China.

Map It Now Available in APPsearch

So many of you asked us, "Why is there no Map It option in APPsearch!?" We're sorry for the delay. When making a major software migration like this, there are inevitably a few bumps along the way. But we have worked with our vendors and are happy to announce that MapIt! is now appearing in APPsearch.

NEH Grant to Provide New Islamic Studies Resources

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in collaboration with the American Library Association (ALA) has awarded Librarian Allan Scherlen and Kim Hall (P&R, and chair of ASU Humanities Council) the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf Muslim Journeys Grant.

NC ECHO Project Makes Local North Carolina History Searchable

Researchers and history buffs alike may now search and access local history collections across North Carolina with a single search box thanks to a collaborative project led by the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, NC LIVE, and the State Library of North Carolina.        

Dr. Maya Angelou and Poetry Resources

Homo sum, humani nihil a me alienum puto", or "I am a human being, I consider nothing that is human alien to me."
 -Terence

Speaking before 6,000 people at the Holmes Convocation Center Tuesday night as part of the 29th MLK Commemoration, Dr. Maya Angelou gave a shout-out to libraries.

Dr. Angelou specifically encouraged students to contact, meet, or get to know a librarian, and to find the library's poetry collections. We agree!

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