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If, on the 100th anniversary of its publication, you want to do a radio broadcast of a novella famously appreciated for its surface weirdness and more rarely appreciated for its sharp sense of humor, it only stands to reason that you'd hire a famous reader with famously appreciated surface oddness a…
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Professor helps Cup’ik children discover a passion for books http://bit.ly/1zXsaRtProfessor helps Cup'ik children discover a passion for books - Green & Gold News
Dr. Kathryn Ohle recently won the Selkregg Award for promoting early literacy and language preservation by helping Cup'ik children and families access free online books that two UAA students from Chevak translated into their language from English.
Happy about graduating, but sad about losing access to your favorite databases? Many popular databases, such as Academic Search Premier, are available to all Alaska residents through SLED: http://sled.alaska.edu/sled/
And remember, you're always welcome to come visit us and use the library's computers to access your favorite research databases.
Congratulations graduates! You did it, and we're so proud of you. Best wishes to APU students graduating on May 2 and UAA students graduating on May 3.
Using Founders Online, you can search through and read the correspondence, diaries, and other papers of our founding fathers: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and Alexander Hamilton. The website is produced by the National Archives’ National Historical Publication and Records Commission and the University of Virginia Press. Enjoy reading what the Founders wrote and discussed during the first draft of the American democracy!
This blog post is a continuation of Ethnohistory and Archives Part 2, which describes what the students in UAA’s Ethnohistory of Alaska Natives course found in the Charles V. Lucier papers. Part 1 describes the work completed in the Archives by UAA’s Ethnohistory of Alaska Natives course during the Spring 2015 semester. … Continue reading
This blog post is the second in a series of three written by guest blogger Alyssa Willett. Part 1 describes the work completed in the Archives by UAA’s Ethnohistory of Alaska Natives course during the Spring 2015 semester. Below is a breakdown of assigned … Continue reading
This is the first in a series of three blog posts written by guest blogger Alyssa Willett. The blog post will introduce the work completed by UAA’s Ethnohistory of Alaska Natives course during the Spring 2015 semester. As a part of UAA’s Ethnohistory of … Continue reading
The Consortium Library will be OPEN LATE
to help you prepare for finals!
April 23 - May 1: Open until 2am!
A valid UAA or APU ID card is required to enter the building after hours. The library will open at its regular time each day.