One of our important jobs as librarians is to curate excellent resources for our community. Recently we “collected” some exciting, new, open access digital repositories for use with students in History 100, 200, and 300 as well as economics classes.
As the time draws closer for the Class of 2015 (and for me!) to graduate from the Academy, I have been thinking a lot about how well we have equipped this year’s graduating class for the next challenges they will face.
Black History Month may be coming to an end, but at the OWHL we are not planning to stop celebrating. Just in time for spring break reading, we have displayed “The Top 10 Banned Books That Changed the Face of Black History.”