Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Math Club Event: The History of Mathematics

Learned a lot about the people and concepts that have defined our world at the History of Mathematics event held at the UNT Dallas Library yesterday. Thanks Math Club!






Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day (Thursday April 24)



It is Poem in Your Pocket Day!  Stop by the library and receive a poem to read and share with others on campus.

And because poetry belongs to everyone why not share your own poem - you can leave your verse at the library for others to enjoy.

We will have paper and pencils for you!  The only thing you  need  bring is your inspiration and creativity!

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The Charles Darwin Correspondence Project


Technology has made effortless communication possible at the expense of in-depth correspondence. During earlier periods letter writing was the primary mode of maintaining contact with friends and colleagues. In these letters authors revealed their thoughts and feelings in often lengthy discourses that provided insight on their thoughts, social network, and culture. One would think that with the advent of email and social networks modern writers would not be hesitant to expend the effort needed to produce more than a few lines of prose, but some of the most popular messaging systems have shrunk communication to no more than 140 characters. Thankfully the correspondence of many influential thinkers survive leaving a wealth of knowledge for us to enjoy today.

The Charles Darwin Correspondence Project is a digital archive of more than 7,500 letters written or received by the prominent scientist. Currently the collection consists of letters written from 1844 to 1869 with more being added. The web site is fully searchable by keywords and subject terms. Readers may also search by theme such as Darwin's personal/family life, Geology, Life Science, Gender, Human Nature, and Religion. A great place to start reading is the top ten editor selected  letters for each theme or the mailbox where readers may view the letters Darwin sent or received each day between the years of 1844 to 1882.

Celebrate Earth Day by exploring the letters of this great scientist!

Related Post:
http://untdclibrary.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-digital-einstein-papers.html

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Tell Us Your Story: National Library Week April 13-19!


It's National Library Week a time to tell the world how your library is impacting your experience here at UNT Dallas!

If you use Twitter or Facebook then send us a message using the hashtag #LivesChange and #NLW14. And if you are feeling especially photogenic then why not take a selfie in the library and post it along with the hashtag #UNTDallas. 

We want to hear from you, so don't be shy!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Literary Reference Center AND Poet Vijay Seshadri

Poet VijaySeshadri recently received the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. If you would like to read some of his work you can access it through the Literary Reference Center available through the UNT Dallas Library catalog. 



Friday, April 4, 2014

Jungian Play Therapy and Sandplay with Children: Myth, Mandala, and Meaning (New DVD)


Dr. Eric J. Green leads a therapy session in the above clip from the DVD Jungian Play Therapy and Sandplay with Children: Myth, Mandala, and Meaning. The video provides an overview of play therapy from the Jungian or analytical perspective and demonstrates how to incorporate sand play with children in clinical practice. Dr. Green discusses how non-judgmental support, sand play, symbols, mandalas, and fairly tales can be used in therapy.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

National Poetry Month


UNT Dallas Library is celebrating National Poetry Month.

Stop by the library to learn how to access the full text of thousands of poems. Let us connect you to poetry from the ancient period to the poetry of the 21 century.

In the eBook display you will encounter eBooks that discuss the work and significance of poets throughout history, eBooks that will enhance your ability to appreciate poetry, and eBooks that detail how you can use poetry in teaching or in therapy settings.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

New Reference Book at the UNT Dallas Library

Texas School Law Bulletin 

A collection of all of the current laws pertaining to schools and education, covering subjects such as Educational Code, Family Code, Health and Safety code, and Local Government Codes. Students interested in school administration and education law will find this resource useful. You can read this and many more education resources at the UNT Dallas Library.

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