During January 2017

Wake Forest Alumnus-Directed Film One of Many Available for Streaming

In recent years, the ZSR Library has responded to user demand for more streaming video. Compared to the DVD format, streaming video offers faculty more flexibility in assigning films for classes. Currently we offer over 41,000 streaming films – mostly documentaries and educational titles – across multiple vendor platforms. One popular platform is Kanopy, which... more

Electronic Resources News

New Resources Sage Video: Counseling & Psychotherapy Counseling and Therapy in Video IV These videos can be searched alongside the videos from modules I-III. RIPM (Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals and RIPM Online Archive of Music Periodicals) New Jacoby Ancient history resource. A revised edition of the Greek texts of Felix Jacoby’s Die Fragmente der... more

Picturing the Gothic: “Leonora,” by Gottfried Augustus Bürgher, illustrated by Diana Beauclerk (1796)

If you’re feeling Gothic in 2017, you’ll have an extra month to visit ZSR’s classic works of Gothic lit like The Castle of Otranto, Frankenstein, and Dracula. The ZSR Special Collections exhibit Deep Into that Darkness Peering has been extended until March 1. Stop by Special Collections & Archives (ZSR 625) any time during our... more

Newly Processed and Updated Collections

Across the past semester, I and an intrepid group of student workers have been spending time making collections fully available via our collection inventories, also known as finding aids, available online. We processed or added new materials to the following manuscript and University record collections during the last semester: G. McLeod (Mac) Bryan Papers (MS364)... more