During March 2023

Here @ ZSR

ZSR Ambassadors Abroad: Hope Nitsche at the British Library

Guest blog post by ZSR Ambassador Hope Nitsche (’25) For me, a huge part of my study abroad experience is seeking out libraries and bookstores wherever I go. I love being surrounded by books, so I spend as much time as humanly possible in ZSR when I am back on campus (some people have asked... Continue reading “ZSR Ambassadors Abroad: Hope Nitsche at the British Library”

Conservation of World War I Cartoons

The Stars and Stripes is the primary news source for the US military. It was published during World War I (1914-1918) and then, continuously since World War II. A donation to Special Collections and Archives was made which consisted of a group of cartoons from World War I. The WWI newspaper was published in France... Continue reading “Conservation of World War I Cartoons”

ZSR @ the Spring Equinox Festival 🌼

On Sunday, March 19th, ZSR Library joined the Office of Sustainability and other campus partners at Campus Gardens for the Spring Equinox Festival. The Festival was a fun and welcoming gathering of people, plants, and animals, and provided an opportunity for the campus community to welcome the budding life of spring and get a full-sensory... Continue reading “ZSR @ the Spring Equinox Festival 🌼”

5 Questions with Daisha Bunn

Welcome back to another installment of 5 Questions! If you would like to choose 5 Questions yourself, feel free to choose 5 from this form. Daisha Bunn, Communications and Events Coordinator Tell us about what you do at ZSR Library? I manage many of our social media channels, create both digital and traditional marketing materials,... Continue reading “5 Questions with Daisha Bunn”

New Study Spaces Open!

Welcome back! Over Spring Break week, the library was busy getting new study spaces ready for WFU students! Room 403, the room adjacent to the Auditorium, on Level 4 in ZSR is now open for student study. The room will be used as a reception and event space as needed, but except for those occasional... Continue reading “New Study Spaces Open!”

ZSR Needs Your Input! Take the LibQual+ Survey!

To plan for the future, ZSR Library wants to understand your perceptions and expectations about our services, spaces, and collections. Providing us with feedback will enable us to better meet your needs. Please take a few moments to complete a short survey about ZSR Library. The survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. It... Continue reading “ZSR Needs Your Input! Take the LibQual+ Survey!”

North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection Annual Report (2022)

This annual report was submitted to the Association of Librarians and Archivists at Baptist Institutions (ALABI). The North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection had another productive year for 2022. Among its activities were the following: Digitizing Baptist files: The Baptist Church Association files continue to be digitized and 5,318 pages were scanned. 148 boxes have been... Continue reading “North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection Annual Report (2022)”

CSRHub ESG Ratings Now Available via NexisUni

Whether you know what it is or not, chances are you have heard the term “ESG” at some point over the last 12 months. ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance and it is a framework to help stakeholders (like investors, policy makers, and more) understand how a specific company manages risks in these areas.... Continue reading “CSRHub ESG Ratings Now Available via NexisUni”

Supercharge your Research in the Advertising and Marketing Industry with Winmo!

Get to know one of ZSR’s newest tools for researching and learning more about the advertising and marketing industry – Winmo! Formerly known as the Advertising Red Books, Winmo provides detailed information about the advertising landscape in the United States. More specifically Winmo can help you research: Media spend, revenue, and mix by company, brand,... Continue reading “Supercharge your Research in the Advertising and Marketing Industry with Winmo!”

Abandoned Chronicle (6th Floor, Reynolds Wing) by Guest Curator, Katie Wolf

  Please join ZSR as we host an exhibit reception: Friday, March 10, 4:00-6:00 pm Exhibit: Abandoned Chronicle (Curator: Katie Wolf) Art Books Room, 6th Floor-Reynolds Wing, ZSR   Guest Blog Post By Curator Katie Wolf “My work is delicate; it may look strong, but it is delicate.True strength is delicate. My whole life is... Continue reading “Abandoned Chronicle (6th Floor, Reynolds Wing) by Guest Curator, Katie Wolf”