by Jen Heckmann
by Jen Heckmann
Students, you have made it to the home stretch! After a very long and unconventional semester, we have finally arrived in the last couple of weeks of the fall semester. From all of us at Rod Library, we are so proud of every one of you. We understand you have had to face many challenges that would not be relevant a year ago.
World Kindness Day is one day dedicated to the World Kindness Movement, where people are motivated and inspired to take time out of their day and promote good deeds and pledging acts of kindness. This national holiday is held annually on November 13.
Open Access is a growing international movement that uses the Internet to ensure students and anyone who desires information can receive it without restrictions—encouraging the unrestricted sharing of research results with everyone. Open Access is a time for the broader community to make openness consistent with doing research and ensuring that equity is at the center of this work. This year, Open Access has shifted its focus from talking about change to making a change that will continue year in and year out.
Rod Library understands that students are dealing with a lot. Some may be in unconventional situations for a couple of weeks. Rod Library has come prepared with an online resource full of light-hearted content to brighten your day and help you de-stress.
This virtual care package is packed full of podcasts, beats for studying & relaxing, virtual tours, exhibits, e-books, and so much more.
Good news! We are halfway through the fall semester, and Rod Library is impressed at students' dedication to success as they navigate this new way of learning. Rod Library wants to remind you to wear your mask for the safety of yourself and others so we can continue to be on campus!
Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read.
UNI Museum's traveling exhibit has partnered with the Department of Political Science to bring "Toward A Universal Suffrage: African American Women In Iowa And The Vote For All." This exhibition is taking place at the UNI Museum
Welcome back, students! We are so excited to see students back in the library.