The Evolving Role of University Libraries
UConn's new vice provost of University Libraries talks about the future of academic libraries and how her own love of reading began.
From ‘Kiddie Lit’ to Children’s Literature: The Autobiography of Francelia Butler
The autobiography of Butler, who initiated the serious study of children's literature at UConn, is being published posthumously this month.
Passions for Clay, Gardening, and Writing Converge in New Book, Art Exhibit
A new book by the UConn Co-op's Suzy Staubach features potter Guy Wolff, whose work is also the focus of an exhibit opening today at Babbidge Library.
UConn Libraries Mark First Anniversary of October 2011 Snowstorm with Arboreal Exhibits
New exhibit at Babbidge Library looks at the aesthetic value of trees on anniversary of last year's ill-timed snowstorm.
UConn’s Student Newspaper Digitized and Online
The student newspaper has been looking at campus through student eyes since 1896.
Historical Aerial Photos of Connecticut’s Coastline Now Available Online
Aerial photographs of the state’s coast covering the past 40 years provide a valuable time series of environmental and land use conditions.
UConn Libraries Join HathiTrust Digital Library
UConn now has access to a massive digital library of published scholarship, including the Google Books Library Project.
High-Tech Devices Now on Loan at Babbidge Library
Cameras, camcorders, voice recorders, laptops, and wireless reading devices are available.
Creative Calendars on Display at Dodd Center
UConn alumni Peter Good and Jan Cummings Good during the installation of their calendar exhibit at the Dodd Center. The Goods also created the University’s visual identity. Photo by Suzanne Zack
New Art Installation in Babbidge Library Celebrates Words
A new art installation by Linda Foster employs "words" translated into multiple languages and projected by sunlight as legible shadows. Photo by Suzanne Zack