Libraries Announce Participation in Research Study, Survey of ORCID iD Usage
The Baylor Libraries offer opportunity for faculty, graduate students to participate in research study from University of St. Andrews on the adoption of ORCID iDs in academic communities
The Texas Collection Celebrates Life and Work of Waco Photographer Fred Gildersleeve with Public Lecture, Book Launch
On November 8, Baylor University's Texas Collection will host an event examining Gildersleeve's life and work and celebrating the launch of a new book, "Gildersleeve: Waco's Photographer."
Gift from Schumacher Foundation Supports Baylor Libraries
$80,000 gift from the Schumacher Foundation of Columbus, Ohio supports technology in Moody 104 Active Learning Lab
Armstrong Browning Library Introduces a New Way of Conferencing with "Rhyme and Reform"
The Armstrong Browning Library demonstrated a new way of conferencing at "Rhyme & Reform," a multi-site, digitally networked symposium Oct. 4-5. It was the first conference at Baylor University to hold onsite events that are live-streamed between partnering locations and to the wider public.
Baylor Libraries Unveil New Active Learning Lab, Celebrate Moody Memorial Library’s 50th Anniversary
The Baylor Libraries announce the opening of the new Moody 104 Active Learning Lab (ALL) and celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Moody Memorial Library.
Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History Launch Women's Collections Site
The Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History, in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies program, launched a new research resource that makes archival collections featuring women more accessible.
Kathleen, Rachel and Deirdre: Three Women’s Journeys United by an Archival Collection
Rachel Risk didn’t expect to make a life-changing discovery in Box 47 of the Kathleen Kenyon Archaeology Collection, but that’s the kind of thing that can happen when you’re doing original research on a topic you love.
Baylor Libraries Announce New Fund to Support Faculty Submissions to Open Access Publications
Pilot program planned to run from Spring 2018 through Spring 2019