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Books in Bloom: A ZSR Little Free Library Pop-Up at Campus Gardens

On Sunday, March 20th, ZSR Library joined the Office of Sustainability and other campus partners at Campus Gardens for the Spring Solstice 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 “Books in Bloom: A ZSR Little Free Library Pop-Up at Campus Gardens”

I’m A Woman, Phenomenally: A History of Wake Forest Women

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WFU-Wide Access to American City Business Journals Now Available

ZSR is pleased to announce that we now provide online, full-text, institutional access to ​​to all 46 Business Journals across the American City Business Journals network including the Greensboro/Triad Business Journal and the Charlotte Business Journal, free of charge, to Wake Forest students, staff, and faculty. The Business Journals will complement your course materials with... Continue reading “WFU-Wide Access to American City Business Journals Now Available”

Special Collections & Archives 2021 Report: Association of Librarians and Archivists at Baptist Institutions (ALABI)

This annual report was submitted to the Association of Librarians & Archivists at Baptist Institutions (ALABI). North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection (Special Collections & Archives (SCA)), Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University The North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection had another productive year for 2021. Among its activities were the following: Access: Throughout 2021, SCA... Continue reading “Special Collections & Archives 2021 Report: Association of Librarians and Archivists at Baptist Institutions (ALABI)”

From Her Hand: Sally Merriam Wait’s Mission South

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Questions about Ukraine? ZSR Can Help!

Hello! Your friendly Political Science Librarian here, hoping to offer some guidance on how to catch up with current events abroad! When international events are changing rapidly, as they are with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, it’s important to rely on trusted, verified news sources to keep up with what is going on. Mis- and... Continue reading “Questions about Ukraine? ZSR Can Help!”

New Proxy for Off-Campus Access

ZSR recently switched to a new proxy service for off-campus access to library resources. Our proxy is what prompts you to login with your WFU username and password before connecting you to electronic journals, databases, ebooks, and other resources when you are off campus. Links have been updated on the Library’s website, and in our... Continue reading “New Proxy for Off-Campus Access”

Archival Resources for Black History Month

February is Black History Month, but every day during the year is a good time to remind researchers and visitors that Special Collections & Archives has many resources that might help in learning more about the Black experience here at Wake Forest and beyond. We have compiled many subject guides on a variety of topics,... Continue reading “Archival Resources for Black History Month”

Valentines for Bibliophiles! Blind Date with a Book 2022

On Valentine’s Day, we paired over 400 books with eager students during our annual Blind Date with a Book program! This much beloved, pop-up library event promotes leisure reading and a love of books. To plan for the event we collect popular fiction and non-fiction titles throughout the year, receiving book donations from ZSR faculty... Continue reading “Valentines for Bibliophiles! Blind Date with a Book 2022”

Why We Archive Our Labor: WGSS, Institutional Labor and Practices Presentation by Professor & Chair of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Dr. Julia S. Jordan-Zachery

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