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  • Posted: November 30, 2018
    Recharge at Randall 12/10/2018

    Recharge @ Randall - Monday, December 10, beginning at 4 pm

    Randall Library knows that final exams can be stressful, so we invite you to take a study break and recharge!

    All UNCW students are welcome to join us Monday afternoon on December 10th for events designed to relieve stress and provide much-needed rejuvenation at this busy time of year.

    Activities: Button-making, Adult Coloring, Cartoons with Pop Tarts and Cereal Bars, Virtual Reality, Hot food bar, and much more.

    Let us treat you to bagels, granola bars, mini pancakes, bacon, fresh fruit, juice and coffee to help you power through your final exams. Refreshments available while supplies last.

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  • Posted: November 29, 2018
    Open Education Mini-Grants Workshop

    Attend the Randall Library Open Education Mini-grants Workshop— a one-hour session where you can discover resources available in your field and learn how to apply for a mini-grant.
     

    What: Open Education Mini-grants Workshop
    Where: Randall Library (1039)
    When: Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 4:00 - 5:00 pm
    Who: The workshop will be led by Ashley Knox, Digital Initiatives Librarian, and Beth Thompson, Digital Formats and Metadata Librarian.

     
    Register here at our library OER page by January 11th​https://library.uncw.edu/guides/open_educational_resources
     
    Randall Library will be accepting applications for a mini-grant to change your required course textbook to a no-cost option for your students for the Fall 2019 or Spring 2020 semester.  You can use an open textbook, other open access scholarly resources, or library-owned content that students can download. Funds go toward helping faculty with updating their syllabus by adoption, adaption or creation of open source textbooks and materials.
     
    Applications will be due March 15 and awarded in April.
     

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  • Posted: November 06, 2018
    About

    The Spring/Summer Undergraduate Research and Creativity Awards (SURCA) are offered each year through a partnership between ETEAL and CSURF and provide funding to support undergraduate students engaged in research, creative scholarship, or other independent academic work outside of their courses. These are a wonderful example of UNCW’s commitment to support applied learning and faculty-student collaborations.

    When and Where

    On November 12 and 13, we will share a display of the SURCA projects from Summer 2018. These 19 projects are from 12 different departments, including, Anthropology, Biology & Marine Biology, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Science, Economics & Finance, English, Film Studies, History, Music, Nursing, Philosophy & Religion, and Psychology. Students conducted projects that took them into the laboratory, the marsh, and the film studio. They interviewed tattoo artists and music educators. Clearly these projects celebrate the diversity of research and creative scholarship fields studied at UNCW.

    We will hold a reception on Monday, November 12 in Randall Library, second floor from 4:00 to 5:30 PM where you can meet the student and faculty teams.

    Please pardon noise and other minor disruptions on these two days.

    More info

    For more information on SURCA, including a complete list of the Summer 2018 SURCA projects, please visit: https://uncw.edu/eteal/Initiatives/SURCA.html

    Applications for Spring and Summer 2019 projects may be submitted November 15.

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  • Posted: November 05, 2018
    The Fledgling from 1950-1989: UNCW yearbook

    Check out the full run of UNCW's yearbooks! Browse any volume from 1950 to 1989 or keyword search across the whole collection!

    The University of North Carolina Wilmington yearbook—The Fledgling—offers a historical lens into Seahawk life. The Fledgling appeared annually from 1950 until 1989, except for 1956 or 1988. Issued and produced by students originally under the name of Wilmington College, the yearbook provides glimpses into athletics, clubs, fashions, and more while documenting the changing attitudes and culture of UNCW students.

    Access the collection: http://digitalcollections.uncw.edu/digital/collection/p17190coll6

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