Nov. 20: Dahr Jamail presents The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption
Dahr Jamail presents The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption
Wed, November . . .
ALASKA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATE LIBRARY STUDIES AkLA has established a scholarship program to provide financial assistance to worthy students pursuing graduate studies leading to a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Studies and to encourage graduates to return to Alaska to work in professional library positions. Scholarships may be awarded for both on-campus … Continue reading AkLA Scholarship for Graduate Library Studies
The Consortium Library Award for Undergraduate Research recognizes and honors an undergraduate research paper or project that demonstrates significant use of the Library’s collections or services. You can apply for this award for a project that you completed within the … Continue reading →
Explore neuroscience and stories, and English Dept. opportunities, Thurs., 12pm-1pm on KRUA’s Informania, 88.1FM, kruaradio.org
Deb the Librarian interviews Department of English Professor Jackie Cason this week on Informania. Listen and be informed!
The UAA/APU Consortium Library has recently subscribed to a collection of ebook titles from JSTOR. In addition to our popular e-journal collections available through JSTOR, we now offer access to over 40,000 ebooks from renowned scholarly publishers, integrated with journals and primary sources on the JSTOR platform. Subject areas cover the humanities, social sciences, arts, … Continue reading New: JSTOR Ebooks
The Peabody Essex Museum invites applications for a library fellowship funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Beginning in early 2020, this twelve-month fellowship in the Phillips Library will provide an emerging librarian of Indigenous descent with exciting opportunities for personal and professional growth. The Mellon Library Fellow will be fully integrated into the Phillips … Continue reading Peabody Essex Museum’s Native American Fellowship Program
Urban in Alaska Conference? CCEL? Explore UAA service learning opportunities on KRUA’s Informania, Thurs., 12-1, 88.1FM, kruaradio.org
On Thursday, November 7, Deb the Librarian interviews Interim Director for the Center of Community Engagement and Learning (CCEL), Donna Aguiniga, about opportunities and resources available for students, faculty, and other Alaskan community members. L…
Some of the most frequently used citation styles at UAA happen to be APA (American Psychological Association), MLA (Modern Language Assocation) and CMS (Chicago Manual of Style). If you are asked to cite your sources in any of these formats, … Continue reading →
This month we described two new collections and added 86 new items to Alaska’s Digital Archives, in addition to participating in UAA’a STEM Day. Behind the scenes, we’ve been implementing new digital preservation policies and procedures.
Newly described collections:
Alaska Authors: Carolyn van Hemert, Lisa Maloney and Erin McKittrick
Wed, December 18, 4pm – 6pm
UAA/APU Consortium Library, . . .