Main Library

Virtual Reality Demos Continue for Spring at Main Library

Submitted by amywatts on Tue, 02/13/2018

Continuing a program we began in the fall, we're doing more pop-up demos of our HTC Vive virtual reality system. Any UGA students, faculty, or staff are welcome to drop by and try out the programs we're featuring. We'll be set up outside the cafe on the first floor of the Main Library. 

Dates of future demos:
Thursday, February 22
Monday, March 5
Tuesday, March 20
Wednesday, April 4
Thursday, April 19

UGA Main and Science Libraries - MLK Holiday Hours

Submitted by MaryP on Fri, 01/12/2018

The Main and Science Libraries’ hours for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday are:

  • Sunday, January 14                 1:00pm until 9:00pm
  • Monday, January 15                 CLOSED

The Libraries' regular spring semester hours resume on Tuesday, January 16. Regular semester hours for the Main and Science Libraries are:

Spring Semester Course Reserves Guarantee Date

Submitted by MaryP on Tue, 11/28/2017

The guarantee date for Spring Semester course reserves requests is December 11, 2017.  Requests submitted by this date are guaranteed to be available on the first day of class for the Spring Semester. Requests can be submitted at any time. Course reserves requests for the Spring Semester that are received after December 11, 2017 will be processed as quickly as possible, but we cannot guarantee the availability of the material by the start of classes. Course reserves materials may be available as print reserves or e-reserves.

Capturing Science Contest Opens!

Submitted by cleveland on Fri, 09/01/2017

The University of Georgia Libraries are hosting a Capturing Science Contest to encourage STEM learning in a diverse range of formats and genres. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for $1,500 in prizes.  

Participants will explain a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) concept to a broader audience using any media.  

“Any and all formats, media, and genres are encouraged,” said Chandler Christoffel, instruction & research librarian. “Essays, board games, virtual reality, videos, music, software, apps, curricula, lesson plans, poems, infographics, fiction, and exhibits are all accepted!”

Prizes will be awarded in two separate categories for undergraduate and graduate students: