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Exhibit Reception Postcard for April 22, 2022Babbidge Library Exhibition Reception

Come meet two local artists with solo shows in the Babbidge Library - Beth Pite and Anthony Foronda. Learn more about their work.  
Friday, April 22, 4:30-6:30pm

Both exhibitions are open through summer, 2022

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Manage Stress And Celebrate The Small Wins With The StarMind Guide

Are you in a self-discovery phase, or want to be in one? Do you often underestimate your daily progress? The StarMind Guide, created by UConn undergraduate and entrepreneur Allie Davenport, is both a place to reflect and learn the skills you need to improve your life. Join Allie on April 21st for activities focused on mindfulness, developing a growth mindset, self-compassion, and celebrating small wins. The first 30 registered attendees will receive a free copy of the journal courtesy of the UConn Wellness Library project. Come grow, evolve, and become your best self.  Registration Information - http://s.uconn.edu/starmind

Do you know we offer lots of great workshops? lib.uconn.edu/workshopsDid you know we offer lots of great workshops?

Lots of great opportunities this month to learn about citation management, Google tools, PubMed, and market & industry research. Register at lib.uconn.edu/workshops

Rebecca Parmer and Anne Langley in front of the Richard H. Schimmelpfeng Gallery

Dedicating the Richard H. Schimmelpfeng Gallery

In October, UConn Archives & Special Collections dedicated its exhibition gallery in honor of Richard H. Schimmelpfeng, former director of Special Collections and a longtime advocate for and friend of the UConn Library. Check out our blog post and video dedication

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Exhibitions

Four Images of colorful illustrations by Anthony Foronda, with the text: AWAKE: The Art & Design of Anthony Foronda - Norman Stevens Gallery | Homer Babbidge Library | Open through summer, 2022 lib.uconn.edu/about/exhibits

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News from the Library

 

Come chase the stress away with a shake, wag, and maybe a little drool…. Paws to Relax therapy dogs will be here during finals week – May 2-6 from 12-5pm… [...]

The UConn Library applauds a newly introduced Connecticut General Assembly bill “to require publishers of electronic books to license such books to public libraries on reasonable terms.” The bill also… [...]

To meet the growing demand for streaming video in higher education, the UConn Library is participating in a nationwide research study on faculty use of video resources in teaching. Coordinated… [...]

All UConn Library locations will reopen with the start of in-person classes on Monday, January 31. For the remainder of this week, we will continue to offer pick up of… [...]

On January 1, 2022, copyright expired for all works published in the United States in 1926. These works entered the public domain. Anyone is now free to share, use, and… [...]

News from the Archives

Have you checked out our podcast d'Archive?

This reflection was written by Cameran Kershner ’22, who joined the UConn Library as a student employee in the Collections Strategy department and as an intern in Archives & Special… [...]

A project by Nicole Catarino, UConn English Department Writing Intern, Spring 2022. Background by Melissa Watterworth Batt, Archivist Project Background Literary periodicals of the 1900s exerted a strong influence on… [...]

A project created by Cameran Kershner, UConn English Department Writing Internship, Spring 2022 Introduction As the Civil Rights Movement gained momentum in the early fifties, a massive response followed in… [...]

On the morning of September 11, 2001, four planes were hijacked in airspace over the eastern United States by terrorists affiliated with al-Qaeda. Two of the planes were deliberately crashed… [...]

Now available in the CTDA – a series of audio recordings of lectures delivered by author and illustrator James Marshall to Francelia Butler’s Children’s Literature course from 1976-1990. Marshall is… [...]