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Library Presents at 2012 EDUCAUSE Conference

J. Murrey Atkins Library will present several topics at this year's Southeast EDUCAUSE Conference, an annual event that supports the organization's mission to advance "higher education through the creative and intelligent use of information technoogy."  Held in Tampa, Florida from May 29-June1, the 2012 conference theme is “The Way Forward...Engaging Technologies, Relationships, and Communities”. 

Print Journal Deselection at Atkins Library

In the past two years, collections at the J. Murrey Atkins Library have grown faster than at any comparable period in its history.  Most of these new collections are research journal backfiles that vastly expand the Library’s holdings, making them instantly available from any computer, to multiple users, with stronger preservation.  Best of all, these backfiles gave UNC Charlotte faculty access to articles equivalent to that found in much larger and older universities.
 

New T1 Collaborative Worktables


Students will have two new T1 Vision work tables to use, as soon as Atkins Library's new entrance project is completed. 

What Did Charlotte Look Like 100 Years Ago?

Atkins Library's Special Collections is pleased to present two new digital collections added to our database: Sketches of Charlotte, 1904 and the Knox Family Papers, 1762-1945.  Links to the entire collections follow:

UNC Charlotte Center City Parking Information

Daily parking is available in the 707 N. Brevard lot:

New Wireless Upgrade for Library

We're pleased to announce YOUR library will receive a new wireless upgrade throughout the entire building this Spring! This has been made possible directly from the "student infrastructure fee".  We sincerely thank you and look forward to you and future students benefitting from this upgrade.  More information as we get closer!

Library Student Worker Recognized in Charlotte Observer

Mike Dong, UNC Charlotte student and one of Atkins Library's Communications/Development Student Assistants, was recognized in the Oct. 18th issue of the Charlotte Observer.  He's overcome some great challenges in life and is an inspiration to many!. Congratulations, Mike!

Register for "Personally Speaking" Event Featuring UNC Charlotte Professor Ann González

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Entering its second season, the Personally Speaking (P.S.) lecture series was developed to further connect the community with UNC Charlotte faculty and their work. Four events are hosted each year where faculty members speak and answer audience questions on a book they’ve recently written. The setting is casual, with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails offered before and after the discussion.

Copyright Update from Peggy Hoon: The Copyright Infringement Suit Against Georgia State

In 2008 Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, and Sage Publications sued four named individuals at Georgia State University (GSU) (the President, the Provost, the Dean of the Libraries and the Associate Provost for Information Technology) alleging massive copyright infringement occurring in the university’s electronic reserves and within the online course management system. Cambridge University Press, et. al v. Patton, et.al.
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