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Film Festival celebrates UGA Press books

Thursday, October 31st, 2013 - Jean Cleveland

As part of the Spotlight on the Arts festival, the UGA Press 75th anniversary, and University Press Week, the Press and Special Collections Library have teamed up for a four-day film festival. The four films that we are screening are: "God's Little Acre" (1958), "I Am a Fugitive from a ...

Librarian Mariann Burright featured in Columns

Monday, April 1st, 2013 - Amy Watts

Mariann Burright, Head of Science Collections & Scholarly Communication Librarian, is featured in the current issue of Columns, discussing UGA's institutional repository Athenaeum@UGA. Excerpt: "Regionally, we are well-positioned," she said. "There already is quite a bit of openly accessible work that has been harvested and deposited in (UGA's institutional repository)." Called Athenaeum@UGA, the ...

New Juvenile Titles in the Curriculum Materials Library

Thursday, May 10th, 2012 - cbuss

Below is a very brief list of new titles  in the juvenile collection  in the Curriculum Materials Library, 207 Aderhold. For the complete list, please visit our website. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Author:  Krull, Kathleen. Title:  Kubla Khan : the emperor of everything Edition: Location:  :Aderhold 2nd floor Curriculum Materials Library Call Number:  Juv DS752.6.K83 K78 2010 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Author:  Kalman, Maira. Title:  ...

Georgia History books now available digitally

Friday, March 18th, 2011 - Jean Cleveland

The Digital Library of Georgia and the University of Georgia Press have collaborated to make important works on Georgia history available in a digital format. A list of titles is available from the University of Georgia Press website. Access to the digital editions is available through the Digital Library ...

Expansion of Online Southern Israelite Archive

Monday, May 31st, 2010 - phoebe

The Digital Library of Georgia and the Cuba Archives of the Breman Museum are pleased to announce the expansion of the Southern Israelite Archive. The Southern Israelite Archive now includes issues from 1959-1983, and spans the years 1929-1986, including over 48,000 images. Rabbi H. Cerf Straus established ...

The UGA Libraries are podcasting!

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009 - Ian Thomas, Science Library

The UGA Libraries and Russell Library now feature podcasts on a variety of topics, ranging from a discussion with Dr. Michael Conroy about using models to guide decision making in wildlife conservation to samples from the Russell Library's oral history project on Georgia politics. All podcasts are available through the ...

Harry Crews in The Georgia Review

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008 - Skip Hulett

The latest issue of The Georgia Review dedicates itself largely to Georgia Writers Hall of Fame honoree Harry Crews. Drawing upon the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library's Harry Crews Papers, which were acquired from Crews in 2006, the Review features a never-before-published autobiographical essay by Crews and a selection ...

Guide to African-American newspapers on microfilm

Sunday, October 8th, 2006 - Amy Watts

The Serials Department at the UGA Libraries is pleased to announce the publication of an extensive guide to our holdings of African-American newspapers on microfilm. The PDF version of this guide is now online. An excerpt from the guide itself helps to explain its purpose and scope: Various African-American newspapers have been ...

New issue of Libraries newsletter

Friday, October 21st, 2005 - Amy Watts

The October 2005 issue of the Libraries newsletter, Libraries' Links, is now available online. Featured in this issue is news about: -New web pages aimed at faculty and graduate student patrons of the Libraries -RefWorks, a bibliographic management software -Google Scholar, and how you can personalize it as a member of the ...

Kudos to the NGE!

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005 - Amy Watts

The New Georgia Encyclopedia is listed in the Websites section of Library Journal's Best Reference Sources 2004 (4/15/05 issue)