Tuesday, May 30, 2017

New DVD: Mad Money

After her husband loses his job, housewife Bridget Cardigan (Diane Keaton) is forced to take a job as a janitor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Mo. Spotting a weakness in the bank's security system, Bridget convinces her two new friends Nina (Queen Latifah) and Jackie (Katie Holmes) to help her steal a fortune in worn-out bills that have been earmarked for destruction.

 You can find this DVD and more at the UNT Dallas Library. To request this DVD click here.

Friday, May 26, 2017

New Issue Alert: New Mexico Historical Review available at UNT Dallas Library!

The second issue of the 92nd volume of New Mexico Historical Review provides a forum for high-quality research and academic writing on New Mexico's region, people, and its cultures. This issue contains scholarly articles, a review essay, book reviews, announcements, newspaper excerpts, and other information pertinent to New Mexico's history. This issue of New Mexico Historical Review also features great scholars such as Richard Melzer, Malcolm Ebright, Richard Flint, David Snow, and Samuel Watson. If you are a history major or are interested in learning about the history and culture of New Mexico, then this book is for you!



Friday, May 12, 2017

Career Development Month: Selected E-Books


New Issue of May 2017 Young Children Available at the UNT Dallas Library.

New Issue Alert at the UNT Dallas library!: 


In the May 2017 issue of the Young Children journal, it focuses on the important role of brain science during child development. It gives tips on how to support children throughout their developmental process by establishing responsive relationships and eliciting positive learning experiences. This professional magazine thoroughly explains healthy brain development starting from birth all the way to age 3. If you would like to learn about the best ways to teach, support, and interact with children during their early developmental stages, then this magazine  is for you! 

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Career Development Month


As the end of the semester draws closer, many will be graduating and searching for jobs. With that in mind, we will be posting e-books dealing with resume writing, managing workplace stress, searching for jobs within specific fields, and other important career related areas.

To those of you graduating, congratulations!