UCR Library News | March 2017
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Camaraderie, Pizza, and 21,000 Comic Books

Many hands make for light work – and when the job is sorting more than 21,000 comic books, you need a lot of hands. Charged with tackling the project of sorting 142 boxes, each containing approximately 150 comic books... (read more)

Christopher Martone Chosen as California Instructional Materials Reviewer

Many people grumble over their inability to affect change. However, UCR Library’s Coordinator of Education Services Christopher Martone will serve on a team of influencers to determine which textbooks are used throughout California’s elementary and middle schools. (read more)

Underground Printers Changed History

January 2017 saw the release of Duplicator Underground: The Independent Publishing Industry in Communist Poland, 1976-89 (Slavica Publishers), edited by UCR Deputy University Librarian Ann Frenkel, retired UCR librarian Gwido Zlatkes, and Polish historian Paweł Sowiński. (read more)

Che’s Village – Virtual Reality to Stimulate Critical Thinking

UC Riverside’s Associate Professor of History Juliette Levy likes to teach from the edge of the e-learning revolution. Her latest experiment involved a virtual reality (VR) platform intended to stimulate intellectual learning on an emotional level... (read more)
The Executive Assistant to the University Librarian position was offered to Terri Gutierrez, and she has accepted. Her new title became effective on February 1, 2017. (read more)
3/15: Finals Week Stress Relief event series begins
Until 3/30: The Magic of Miniature Books

Come check out the full calendar listing of upcoming workshops and special events on our website.
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