2018 Year in Review
Posted: Dec 17, 2018
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A look at some, but not all, of our achievements.
Upgrades completed over the summer transformed the first floor of McKeldin Library, the campus’s busiest and most visible library.
Teaching students to find reliable information quickly helps them succeed far beyond their university years.
Opened the STEM Library
The STEM Library now aligns more closely with the university's academic programs and needs.
We’re working with students to reduce the burden of expensive textbooks and help them succeed.
Bargained with Publishers
By renegotiating contracts, we leveraged resources to provide access to information in dynamic new ways.
Grew our Commons
The Research Commons engaged high-level researchers and faculty with a growing suite of services and programming.
Supported Data Science
We’re building a community of practice among campus-based researchers to offer training in the tools of modern data science.
A robust and ongoing program to digitize one-of-a-kind materials continued to grow in scale and impact.
By displaying and interpreting library collections, we provided context to heighten their value.
We leveraged technology to provide access to information in support of teaching, research and learning.