During January 2022

Here @ ZSR

2021 Annual Report–Special Collections & Archives

Special Collections & Archives continued its regular work throughout 2021, including hosting exhibits and online outreach events; collections acquisitions, cataloging, digitizing, and processing; and answering reference questions and developing resources for our patrons. I would like to thank and commend the entire SCA Team for their accomplishments and dedication over the past year! Collaborative Exhibits:... Continue reading “2021 Annual Report–Special Collections & Archives”

Looking Back: The History of Wake Forest Sports A Conversation with Muggsy

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Accessible Directions to Classrooms, Named Spaces, and Campus Partners in the ZSR Library

In an effort to improve accessibility in the ZSR Library, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion committee worked with student assistants in the ZSR Library to create accessible directions from the entrance of the Library to our classrooms, named spaces, and campus partners located in ZSR. These directions attempt to provide the most accessible and direct... Continue reading “Accessible Directions to Classrooms, Named Spaces, and Campus Partners in the ZSR Library”

Call for Applications: Faculty Workshop on Integrating Information Literacy Skills in Introductory Courses – May 2022 Cohort

ZSR Library invites all Wake Forest faculty teaching divisionals, first year seminars, and introductory writing courses to join us in a 3-day workshop on advancing the information literacy skills of students taking introductory courses. Faculty who would like to further develop or engage with information literacy concepts or skills in their courses are encouraged to... Continue reading “Call for Applications: Faculty Workshop on Integrating Information Literacy Skills in Introductory Courses – May 2022 Cohort”

Navigating Jim Crow: Green Book and Oasis Spaces in North Carolina Traveling Exhibit

Mt. Tabor Methodist Church Hosts Traveling Exhibit: Navigating Jim Crow: Green Book and Oasis Spaces in North Carolina Recently SCA purchased a facsimile copy of The Negro Travelers’ Green Book: The Guide to Travel and Vacations (1954) authored and published by Victor Hugo Green. The Green Book, created for African American travelers in the mid-twentieth... Continue reading “Navigating Jim Crow: Green Book and Oasis Spaces in North Carolina Traveling Exhibit”

Wear Your Mask

As we are beginning the Spring Semester in the middle of a significant uptick in COVID cases, and even in our highly vaccinated and boosted environment, we still need to be conscientious about mask wearing.¬†As WFU president Dr. Wente stated in her start of semester email to campus: Each individual and the choices we all... Continue reading “Wear Your Mask”

“Lolly, Lily, and Mary Married In”: The Yeats Women of the Cuala Press

We are featuring another blog post from Immanuel Eggers (class of 2021); he spent much of the fall working with materials related to the Cuala Press and its founders, members of the Yeats family. A finding aid for the Cuala Press Prints Collection is available online now. In 1903, the Dun Emer Press was established... Continue reading ““Lolly, Lily, and Mary Married In”: The Yeats Women of the Cuala Press”