University Libraries News
UNLV Libraries participate in the articulation and assessment of student learning; provide direct instruction to students; partner with classroom faculty on course and assignment design; and intentionally create co-curricular learning experiences.
Current Libraries News
Both the desktop and mobile version improve accessibility.
A collection of news stories from 2019 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV faculty and students who made the news in 2019.
Check out these UNLV holiday playlists to soundtrack your merrymaking this holiday season.
Audrey James was one of the few African Americans in UNLV's earliest classes. Today, the centenarian is still spreading the message that education is a priority.
Alumni, students, and community members lead effort to rename Swenson Street as University Center Drive.
Libraries In The News
Paintings, charcoal sketches and print materials by John Torreano are on display in the exhibit “Stars on the Ground.”
Things are looking brighter for downtown Las Vegas, and it has nothing to do with the Fremont Street Experience enhancements that will debut New Year’s Eve.
Family albums from the Special Collections and Archives at UNLV University Libraries are on display in “Snapshot: Culling Our History From the Family Album.” Nevada Humanities Program Gallery, 1017 S. First St., No. 190. nevadahumanities.org
The Las Vegas Historic Preservation Commission just did a deep dive into history — its own.
When Roosevelt Toston took his first broadcasting class, he was told he “didn’t have the right stuff.” Years later, he became familiar to Las Vegas Valley viewers as the region’s first black anchor on television.
The new American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Standards were the focus of concurrent sessions at the AASL 2019 National Conference, held November 14–16 in Louisville, Kentucky. Each program demonstrated how Standards foundations—inquire, include, collaborate, curate, explore, engage—are being applied by school librarians.