Research training for undergrads, at their convenience6/22/2021
Since undergraduate engineering students aren’t explicitly learning how to do information research, how do they further develop these research skills to back up their problem-solving skills?
The Libraries’ Open Pedagogy Incubator: Sharing information, lowering barriers, and engaging more learners3/3/2021
Open pedagogy is far-reaching and flexible by nature, so it makes sense that many people implement approaches that align with its tenets before they even know the term. And open pedagogy continues to evolve as more people take it up. It is flexible, sometimes mercurial, and always...well, open.
Your very own personal librarian? No way!2/16/2021
Yes way! The Personal Librarian Program connects every new NC State student with their very own librarian.
“I was hooked” on 3D printing9/29/2020
How a Libraries Makerspace workshop led to a major NSF grant for two Biological Sciences profs
Library Technology Career Jumpstart Program prepares students to meet the unknown needs of tech-infused futures9/17/2020
How can library and information science graduate programs keep their instruction cutting-edge when that edge moves so quickly? The Libraries has created a weeklong, immersive program to meet that challenge.
Feathered citizens in Britain and campus history on YouTube6/8/2020
“I’m so pleased with the Libraries that, at some point, I think I need to get a tattoo that says ‘I heart my library.’”
The power of the "open textbook"5/14/2020
Your publisher doesn’t want to print your textbook anymore. You can’t do anything about the pirated copies out there on the web. Most academic authors would be pretty upset. But Michael Steer and the Libraries saw this as an opportunity to make his book an open textbook.
A deep dive into the Animal Rights Archive4/29/2020
Utah State philosopher Rachel Robison-Greene is the Libraries’ first Tom Regan Visiting Research Fellow
“Coming to you live from the planet Saturn…”6/5/2019
An old cassette, a ham radio hound, and a Digital Media Librarian bring the lost voice of the Voyager spacecraft to life.
Building a more inclusive library: GLBT initiatives and partnerships at the NC State University Libraries11/16/2018
Through intentional and collaborative efforts including collections, facilities, staff training, and programming, the NC State University Libraries has consistently served the GLBT community over the 2017-2018 academic year. By starting new initiatives and extending existing ones, the Libraries is helping make NC State a more welcoming and inclusive campus.