Teaching with Primary Sources Midwest, typically serves 17 states in the heart of the US, recently helped the United Arab Emirates train educators on using primary sources.
While Milner Library's building access remains limited at this time, we are here to help through curbside pickup, virtual research help, electronic resources, and more.
On January 1, 2021, U.S. copyright protections expired for thousands of works published in 1925. These materials have now joined Americans’ shared inheritance of creative expression known as the...
This update includes a call for business names to be added to the University’s Supplier Diversity initiative, a Milner Library resource guide on systemic racism, and Deliberate Dialogues through...
With all that has gone on in 2020, taking care of ourselves is paramount. Learn how creative writing can benefit your wellness and learn about Milner's creative writing contest.
Milner Library's Digital Imaging Specialist Elizabeth Harman shares her experience learning about Circus Lady Josephine Demott as part of digitizing more than 300 circus route books.
This Fall 2020 semester, a film series and discussion forum has been planned that focuses on historic and contemporary issues facing indigenous peoples that often go unnoticed.