As you look for reading materials for your summer adventures, here are 10 fiction and 10 non-fiction books that have been showing up on summer reading lists! Fiction The Snow Queen: A heartbroken man turns to religion after seeing a vision in the sky above Central Park while his musician brother takes drugs he thinks... more ›
The ARTstor Digital Library is one of the newest databases available at ZSR. This collection includes over 1.5 million images from museums, artists and archives, which can be used for research in a variety of disciplines. While the use of images seems clear for the study of the arts, images can also make an impact... more ›
It’s that time of year, when we (ideally) have more time to kick back and read for pleasure, rather than for a deadline. Here are some recommendations from those of us here at ZSR, as well as some links to new book lists from around the web. If you have recommendations of your own, please... more ›
Interested in learning more about research methods in your major? Getting ready to work on an honors thesis? Thinking about going on to graduate school after you leave Wake Forest? ZSR’s advanced research courses could work for you! Our LIB200 courses offer instruction in advanced research techniques and resources that are specific to a particular... more ›
Now that we are almost halfway(!) through the semester, some of the final papers and projects on your syllabus that once seemed so far away are becoming more real, and November and December deadlines are looming! Before you panic, remember that the librarians of ZSR are here to help. We have reference librarians who cover... more ›
Reading lists abound during the summer months! Here are a few titles that have appeared on different lists, as well as links to other lists with even more recommendations! As always, you can find the newest additions to the ZSR collection on our new books page. Fiction The Cove: Set in the mountains of North... more ›
Now that we are a month into the semester, some of the deadlines on your syllabus that once seemed so far away are becoming more real! Before you panic, remember that the librarians of ZSR are here to help. We have reference librarians who cover each of the subject areas on campus, so no matter... more ›
Now that you have some time over the Winter Break, you can indulge in some relaxing reading! ZSR has pulled together some lists of the best books of 2011 to help you make your selections. Have fun perusing these lists and we hope you find the perfect book! New York Times 10 Best Books of... more ›
While you are waiting for the new fall season of television shows to start, the Media Collection at ZSR has plenty of DVDs to fill your time! Catch up on previous seasons of some of your favorite shows, starting with the nominees and winners from Sunday’s Emmy telecast. Get them before they are checked out!... more ›
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