Document Type

Newsletter

Disciplines

Library and Information Science

Table of Contents

Page 1 - We look at the University's transition to requiring Master Theses be placed into UConn's Digital Commons Institutional Repository. The Archives & Special Collections receives the collection of African-American poet and artist Allen Polite.

Page 2 - The Vice Provost for University Libraries presents the results of the recent LibQual+® survey. The Director of the UConn Health Center Library provides an overview of the new efforts to communicate across the campuses on issues of copyright and access to research.

Page 3 - Our regional campus libraries give us a glimpse of what is happening on their campuses. We take a look at the new National Science Foundation data management requirements.

Page 4 - Archives & Special Collections receives a donation that explores the Harlem Renaissance.

Page 5 - The Libraries’ exhibition program is working with regional campus libraries on new travelling exhibitions. The Human Rights Film Collection becomes one of the largest collections in the United States.

Page 6 - Two new staff members join the library. Mark your calendars for a great line up of public programs in April.

Page 7 - Gifts to the University Library, July 1 - December, 31, 2010

Page 8 - Exhibition Schedule, March - September, 2011