During May 2021

Here @ ZSR

ZSR’s Summer Reading Challenge

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! This summer, in an effort to highlight diverse literature and minority authors, we are hosting a new summer reading challenge that focuses on promoting diverse authors, Own Voices titles,... Continue reading “ZSR’s Summer Reading Challenge”

ZSR Summer Hours 2021

Welcome to summer! We are excited to offer the following hours. Summer Hours Monday-Thursday 8AM-10PM Friday 8AM-5PM Saturday Closed Sunday 4PM-10PM Holiday Hours and Closures May 28 (Friday) Closing at 3PM May 30-31 (Sunday-Monday) Closed for Memorial Day June 18 (Friday) Closed for Juneteenth July 4-5 (Sunday-Monday) Closed for Independence Day For more hours, see... Continue reading “ZSR Summer Hours 2021”

What Are You Working On? with Justin Cabiltes

SCA students assistants wrote end-of-year “What Are You working On?” blog posts that we will share over the Summer months. First up is Junior Justin Cabiltes. Greetings! My name is Justin Cabiltes and I am currently a Junior majoring in Economics. I have been an assistant in Special Collections and Archives since my sophomore year.... Continue reading “What Are You Working On? with Justin Cabiltes”

Core Principles of Access, Equity, & Intention

The Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication team is pleased to share our Core Principles of Access, Equity, and Intention. These Core Principles are the ideals that underscore our work within our team, with colleagues in ZSR and the Faculty Commons, and with Wake Forest faculty, staff, and students. At our team retreat in February 2020,... Continue reading “Core Principles of Access, Equity, & Intention”

Update on ZSR’s Streaming Video Policy: Good News!

Beginning immediately, ZSR Library will again be able to fulfill faculty requests for streaming videos, regardless of whether those videos are available for commercial rental by students. Over the past year, due to budget constraints, we have had to ask instructors to assign students to view films independently via Netflix subscription, rental from Amazon Prime,... Continue reading “Update on ZSR’s Streaming Video Policy: Good News!”

Introducing ZSR’s Anti-Racist Pedagogy Research Guide

Link to ZSR’s Anti-Racist Pedagogy Research Guide Some context In Spring 2021, I completed an instruction internship at ZSR as my capstone field experience for UNC Greensboro’s Library & Information Science master’s program. Creating an antiracist pedagogy research guide was one of the capstone goals I set with my site supervisor, Amanda Kaufman, ZSR’s Learning... Continue reading “Introducing ZSR’s Anti-Racist Pedagogy Research Guide”

Talking “Pandemic Perseverance: Art, Memory, and Mindfulness”

I was recently asked by members of the Charlotte-area Metrolina Library Association to participate in a panel titled “Pandemic Perseverance: Art, Memory, and Mindfulness.” I talked about starting and continuing work on Special Collections and Archives’ Deacon Experiences during COVID-19 collection, which we started collecting online last April. The two other panelists were Leslie Strauss,... Continue reading “Talking “Pandemic Perseverance: Art, Memory, and Mindfulness””