Library News for October 2018

  • Posted: October 25, 2018
    UNCW Writers' Week 2018

    Each year, Writers' Week brings together visiting writers of local and national interest, UNCW students and members of the general public with an interest in literature and writing. Activities throughout the week include workshops, panels, and readings.

    Learn more about Writer's Week: https://uncw.edu/writersweek/index.html

    Randall Library is proud to support the UNCW Department of Creative Writing's 2018 Writers' Week! In support, we have created a digital gallery to find books from this year's featured writers in the library catalog.

    Visit our gallery: https://library.uncw.edu/gallery/writers_week_2018

     

    Comments: (0)
  • Posted: October 22, 2018
    Randall Library Halloween Costume Contest 2018

    Randall Library is hosting an Instagram Halloween Costume Contest from Oct 22nd – Oct. 31st. The first 3 students with the most “likes” by the end of the contest will win one of our three ULTIMATE TRICK OR TREAT BASKETS full of candy and goodies!

     

     

     

     

     

    How to enter:

    1.) Take a photo/selfie in costume inside the library starting (today) Oct. 22nd and ending Oct 31st at midnight. (Please, no inappropriate costumes.)

    2.) Share your photo/selfie with the library via Instagram using @uncwlibrary and the hashtag #RLhalloween2018.

    3.) The top 3 posts with the most “likes” by the end of the contest will be declared the winners.

    4.) All votes will be tallied on Nov 1st and all winners will be notified via a Direct Message to their IG account.

    5.) You must be a UNCW student to participate.

    Comments: (0)
  • Posted: October 15, 2018
    Graduate student workshops promotion image

    For Graduate Students

    Randall Library is offering a workshop series for graduate students that starts this fall and ends in the spring semester. The series is intended to help graduate students along the road to research success! Workshops will cover an introduction to Randall Library; an overview of literature reviews; how to search for literature by your discipline; citation managers; data and statistics; and intellectual property, fair use, and copyright. There are six workshops included in the series and students can attend any number of workshops either in person or virtually. Registration is required. For more information about each workshop and to register: https://library.uncw.edu/graduate_student_workshops.

    Comments: (0)