Social Welfare History Image Portal Wins CRL Access Award
The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) announced the winners of its annual Primary Source Awards in the Spring 2018 issue of its journal, Focus on Global Resources. The Social Welfare History Image Portal, which contains digital resources from nine partner institutions including the Baylor University Libraries, was recognized with the 2018 CRL Award for Access. According to the CRL website, the Primary Source Awards "recognize innovative uses of primary source materials by faculty, librarians and library staff, students, and other researchers in the CRL community."
University Libraries and Baylor Art Class Collaborate on Black Gospel Exhibit
Baylor University Libraries and the Baylor Art Department announce "Visions of Rapture," a new exhibit now on display in 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
Baylor Libraries Receive $100,000 Moody Foundation Grant for Upgrades to Moody Memorial Library
In 2018, Moody Memorial Library will celebrate its 50th anniversary as Baylor University’s main campus library. In advance of that significant milestone, the Baylor Libraries have secured a $100,000 grant from the Moody Foundation to begin renovations and upgrades to the historic structure’s first floor.