For Birds Give Back 2022, Milner Library will be raising funds to help address student textbook costs.
Milner Library’s first exhibit of the spring 2022 semester highlights a vital figure in Redbird history, Charles E. Hovey. Available Feb. 1-20 on Floor 2 of the library.
Resources are available for scholars who wish to create open access data sets. Read more from Milner’s Scholarly Communication Team.
On January 1, 2022, thousands of creative works published in 1926 entered the public domain following the expiration of the 95-year period of protections established by U.S. copyright law.
Milner Library’s hours will be altered the first two weeks of the spring 2022 semester.
Milner Library is raising funds to help purchase mannequins and accessories to make its one of a kind Ueckert Wardrobe Collection more accessible on campus and beyond.
Milner Library is now accepting applications for its 2022 Circus and Allied Arts Collection Fellowship.
Milner Library’s IDEA Committee recently created a resource guide focusing on providing users with information on how to find educational, campus, and community support surrounding sensitive topics.
Milner Library is your hub for all repository questions whether it be about open textbooks, affordable resources for research and projects, assistance making your own work more accessible. Milner’s Scholarly Communication Team works hard to reduce the costs of academic materials for users as well as provide freely accessible information to all.
Take a break from school work with games, snacks, and fun on November 11 from 7-10 p.m. on Floor 3 of Milner Library.