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Latin American Collection has moved to a new space
The Latin American Collection, previously located on the 4th floor of Smathers Library (East), has moved to the renovated 3rd floor. Access is by the stairs or elevator.
The UNT Digital Library: Leveraging Digital Library Infrastructure to Support a Modern Research Library
Monday, March 17, 8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Smathers Library, Room 100
Mark Phillips will discuss the digital library activities at the UNT Libraries and how they are using their existing digital library infrastructure to build research collections that support a growing research institution. Learn more...
The Center for Latin American Studies kicks off the University of Florida Panama Canal Centennial Celebration
at their 63rd Annual Conference, "Panama Considered: Remembering the Past, Embracing the Future" on March 19-21.
The events are co-sponsored by the George A. Smathers Libraries and other departments and organizations.
You are invited to create an "edible book", and enter it in the Libraries' contest on April 9, 11am-12pm.
The only rules are it must be edible and must be related to a book.
Gators Read group to discuss Last Train to Paradise by Les Standiford
Wednesday, April 2 from noon to 1:00 p.m.
Library West, Room 212
The George A. Smathers Libraries' Gators Read discussion group will meet at a brown bag lunch to discuss the book. History professor Steven Noll will answer questions about this period of history and librarian Shelley Arlen will bring handouts of follow-up resources and answer questions about library resources on this subject. Learn more...
Authors @ UF: Readings and Conversation with Judith W. Page
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 3:00 pm
Smathers Library (East) Room 100
Dr. Page will discuss her work on gardens in literature and art, and read from the just-released paperback edition of Women, Literature, and the Domesticated Landscape. Learn more...
Rare Haggadot Exhibition
On view from January 21 through March 18, 2014
Smathers Library, Second floor
The George A. Smathers Libraries will present an exhibition of rare and scarce Haggadot from the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica. Haggadah: why is this book different? tells the story of how a Jewish text compiled in antiquity was adapted and reproduced over time and around the world. Learn more...
Through its Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Program, the University of Florida (UF) is building a digital collection of approximately 12,000 dissertations written by PhD graduates from 1934-2006. Learn more...
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