Archive for September, 2010
From October 5th through November 13th, the city of Missoula joins over 250 U.S. communities in the National Endowment for the Arts “Big Read” event. The book selected for “A Big Read For Missoula” is Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon. The Mansfield Library will be holding events related to the book as well as the [...]
Experience the perspectives of the “culture, history and literature, of the West” by local authors. Reflections West archives their weekly episodes that stream live on Montana Public Radio. Greg Pape, Kim Anderson and Robert Stubblefield air in September. Upcoming episodes include reflections from Sandra Alcosser, Alan Weltzien, Nancy Cook, Lowell Jaeger, Judy Blunt, Russell Rowland [...]
September 17, 1787, is the day the Constitution was signed by the nation’s founders, and that’s September 17th is celebrated as Constitution Day. It’s a good day to reread the Constitution, consider our history, and think about the nation’s core principles. Here are some resources to visit: Charters of Freedom The National Archives has produced [...]
Publishing an article, thesis, or dissertation? Using public domain and Creative Commons works might help!7 September 2010
Are you looking for that perfect image, text excerpt, map, music score excerpt, photograph, movie, etc. for your thesis, dissertation, class, or publication? You may want to consider using materials in the public domain or those covered by a Creative Commons license. To learn more please have a look at the new library guide entitled [...]
Mansfield Library’s print, copy, scan service center is now THE PAW PRINT @ THE MANSFIELD LIBRARY. The Paw Print @ The Mansfield Library is able to offer discounts on many services (e.g. Color Copies, Poster Printing, Art Prints, Scanning) for the students, faculty and staff of The University of Montana. Please check out the services [...]
At the beginning of the semester, we get a lot of questions about accessing eRes and about getting things that are on reserve in the library. We love your questions, but in an effort to save you some time, the library has a short video tutorial with basic information about reserve materials.