Move over NETFLIX and HULU. The Library now provides you with a streaming video service you can use on campus, at home and using your ROKU. Kanopy offers you a large collection of award-winning films and documentaries. Kanopy includes children's programming. While it has some movies similar to NETFLIX and HULU, it has a deep inventory of films you would not see on those services. Check it out. Like most of our online services, when you are off campus, you will be asked for your UNH creds while you create your account.
Entry refers to library services.
The Concord Monitor has a story today that UNH School of Law in Concord is about to take its first big steps into the world of online education, and if all goes as planned it will go further and create what it calls the nation’s first specialized law degree. Library services and instruction are part of the plan to support the hybrid J.D.
As announced recently by Director Sue Zago, The UNH Law Library invites you to eat your lunch (or dinner or breakfast) in the library. Snacks are welcome in all parts of the library with the exception of the Gire Archives and the Kenison Room. Please enjoy messy or noisy foods in the Library’s 1st floor Café area (near the study rooms). Please pick up after yourselves and put all trash and food waste in the grey, plastic, covered trash cans. These trash cans are available on each floor and are labelled for food waste. Please do not put food waste in other trash cans.
Several times a year UNH librarians give presentations to the faculty on library services. What goes on in these secret meeting? Well, nothing secret. In fact information on past lunches is available here for faculty, staff, students or anyone to have a look. (continued in full post)
Topics have included new library technologies, expert catalog searching and more. You'll be surprised what you learn.
Due to the Civ. Pro. midterm on Saturday, the library will be opening EARLY! Library hours are extended and we'll be open from 8:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Good luck on the midterm 1L's!!
On October 22nd and 23rd, the library photocopiers on the first and second floor of the library will be replaced. The very good news is that now BOTH of those machines will have scanning functionality. No more waiting for the scanner--or, at least, LESS waiting for the scanner!