Brush up on your Pirate speak for International Talk Like a Pirate Day with Mango Languages! http://bit.ly/1tihtmC
Check out the improvements to the SLED database.http://sled.alaska.edu/
Welcome to SLED, Alaska's Digital Library and Archives! | Statewide Library Electronic Doorway
We've made some improvements to SLED! We hope you enjoy them, but for a limited time, you can still use the previous version of SLED.
New Database: The Times Digital Archive, 1785-2007.
As the world’s “newspaper of record,” the Times of London has covered major international events as well as details of everyday life for over 200 years. Full-text access to news articles covering politics, economics, and culture, and also to advertising, editorials, birth/death notices, and more: http://bit.ly/1fnvyKj
"Alaska: preparing for the long journey." Times [London, England] 24 Jan. 1968: 12. The Times Digital Archive. Web. 25 Sept. 2013.
EBSCO databases are back up. Be aware that some users are still reporting intermittent slowness in downloading articles, however.
Trying to get on our EBSCO databases? It's not your imagination. They're down for the moment. No estimated time but hopefully back up soon!
Interested in winning a cool prize honoring Banned Books Week? Take our short, 10 question quiz on banned and challenged books to enter. Winners will be chosen next week!
2013 Consortium Library Banned Books Week quiz Survey
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Banned Books Week continues today. Check out the virtual readout on the Banned Books Week YouTube channel.
You can see readings from Khaled Hosseini ("The Kite Runner"), Stephen Chbosky ("The Perks of Being a Wallflower"), and many others in honor of Banned Books Week.
Banned Books Week
The Banned Books Virtual Read-Out features videos of readers exercising their First Amendment right to read a banned book. If you have any questions or would…
‘Color of Justice – Alaska,’ Sept. 19
Thursday, Sept. 19, 3:45-6:45 p.m.
UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307
“Color of Justice – Alaska” is a program for students interested in a career in the law and the judiciary. The event is free and includes presentations by law school professors and admissions officers, as well as a speed-mentoring experience with Alaska judges and lawyers, including Alaska Supreme Court Justice Joel Bolger.
The program is presented by the National Association of Women Judges, Alaska Bar Association, Alaska Court System, UAA Justice Center and other sponsors.
For more information, contact Professor Deb Periman at email@example.com.