During May 2019

Here @ ZSR

Congratulations to the SCA UNCG MLIS Graduates!

Congratulations to the SCA (Special Collections & Archives) UNCG (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) MLIS (Masters in Library and Information Studies) graduates Ashelee Gerald Hill and Finley Turner! Graduating in May 2019 and May 2018 respectively, Ashelee and Finley have also been working part time in Special Collections & Archives, proving themselves invaluable information... Continue reading “Congratulations to the SCA UNCG MLIS Graduates!”

Announcing the DH@Wake 2019 Summer Institute Cohort!

ZSR Library will be hosting its second annual DH@Wake Summer Institute next week, May 13-17. The Digital Initiatives &  Scholarly Communication team is excited to announce our 2019 cohort and to share the week’s schedule. Faculty Cohort Rian Bowie, English Benjamin Coates, History Rowena Kirby-Straker, Communication Amy Lather, Classics A. Z. Obiedat, Middle East &... Continue reading “Announcing the DH@Wake 2019 Summer Institute Cohort!”

Summer Reading at ZSR

We’re gearing up for another season of summer reading– that glorious time of the year when we can kick back and embrace our leisure reading pursuits! Here are a few programs to help you get a jump start on your recreational reading this summer: ZSR Summer Reading Challenge Looking to step outside of your reading... Continue reading “Summer Reading at ZSR”

North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection Annual Reports for ALABI

Every late spring I submit an annual report for our North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection to the Association of Librarians and Archivists at Baptist Institutions (ALABI) in preparation for the annual meeting.  The reports for 2017 and 2018 follow and a special thanks to Rebecca, Beth, Kevin, Mel, and Stephanie, who all contributed to this... Continue reading “North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection Annual Reports for ALABI”

Spring 2019 Book Repair Workshops

On April 24th at Archdale Public Library and April 25th at Sheppard Memorial Library in Greenville , I taught back-to-back book repair workshops. These workshops are sponsored by the North Carolina State Library and are funded using LSTA Grant funding. The participants are primarily from public libraries and are eager for any knowledge they can... Continue reading “Spring 2019 Book Repair Workshops”