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Hanna Caudill is the lucky winner of the View-Master Virtual Reality Starter Pack. Hanna is a graduating senior in the Nutrition and Health Care Management program.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the contest.
Image: Hanna Caudill with Belk Library PR Committee members Geri Purpur and Ken Johnson
8:00am — Return at 7:00pm Cost $30 per person (18 years of age and older please)
Includes transportation and admission to the zoo; lunch on your own inside the park.
All reservations are due by Friday, May 13. For more information please call Lynn Patterson at 828‐262‐2087.
Sponsored by the Richard T. Barker Friends of the University Library
Laura Wright, author of “The Vegan Studies Project: Food, Animals, and Gender in the Age of Terror” will give a lecture titled “Imagining Vegan Studies: English, Activism, and Animals" on April 21 in Bell Library and Information Commons.
When: Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 5:30 p.m.
Where: Room 114, Belk Library and Information Commons
Wright is a professor and head of the English department at Western Carolina University, where she specializes in postcolonial literatures and theory, ecocriticism and animal studies. She received her undergraduate degree in English from Appalachian in 1992.
Her monographs include “Writing Out of All the Camps: J. M. Coetzee’s Narratives of Displacement” and “Wilderness into Civilized Shapes: Reading the Postcolonial Environment.” She is lead editor, with Jane Poyner and Elleke Boehmer, of “Approaches to Teaching Coetzee’s Disgrace and Other Works.” Her most recent monograph, “The Vegan Studies Project: Food, Animals, and Gender in the Age of Terror” was published by the University of Georgia Press in October of 2015.
Published in 2015 by the University of Georgia Press, “The Vegan Studies Project” has been called “the foundational text for the nascent field of vegan studies.”
Jeff Deal - Appalachian Voices - Project Manager & IT Consultant
Steve Owen - The Appalachian Institute for Renewable Energy, Executive Director
Ed Miller - General Manager for New River Light and Power
Jennifer Westerman and Brian Burke - Faculty, Sustainable Development; Appalachian State University
Moderated by Dr. Sandra Lubarsky - Chairperson, Sustainable Development, Appalachian State University
Belk Library National Library Week Contest – April 10–16
Win a View-Master Virtual Reality Starter Pack! Watch this movie and answer 3 questions correctly about the movie. Your name will be entered into a drawing to win the View-Master on April 18.
Here is the contest link: http://goo.gl/forms/0cwse1KCGA
You may also view the slides by clicking here.
WHEN: April 12 - April 13
WHERE: Borkowski Reading Room - Belk Library and Information Commons (1st floor)
Tuesday, April 12, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday, April 13, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Cash, All Debit and Credit Cards, Checks and Post-Dated Checks Accepted
BENEFIT FOR FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
Join ICPSR for a webinar on Apr 12, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT.
"Really? It's time to teach ______ again? How can I spice that up??"
Why not use data?! Students learn quantitative skills, you have an easy way of adding interest to the topic you would rather not teach -- it's a win-win!
This Webinar will demonstrate the data tools, content resources, and opportunities ICPSR has for exposing undergraduate students to data. The ideas included will touch on topics from deviance to sampling and voting behavior to operationalization of variables.
This webinar is free and open to the public. Please share this invitation!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
ADVENTURE BEGINS IN THE LIBRARY: ONLINE WORKSHOP
A workshop for anyone planning international study/travel or wanting to expand their knowledge of world cultures. Whether you are going to study-abroad, participate in an international alternative service experience, or head out on a summer or gap year adventure. The Library can help you prepare for global adventures with our wide range of language learning resources, documentaries and feature films, global literature, travel guides, and library distance education support while abroad.
Thur, Mar 31
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Do you, or someone you know, have old 16mm, 8mm or Super 8mm stored away and unseen for decades? If so, bring your reels to the first annual High Country Home Movie Day.
The High Country Home Movie Day is sponsored by University Documentary Film Services, Richard T. Barker Friends of the Library, and Blowing Rock Arts & History Musuem (BRAHM). The event is free and open to the public. Drop by anytime between1-4 on March 19th at BRAHM. If you don't have any old film, come enjoy watching other home movies. Win door prizes by filling out bingo cards while watching the films.
Home Movie Day is an international event celebrating amateur films and filmmaking. Home Movie Day events provide the opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with an audience of their community, and to see their neighbors’ in turn. It’s a chance to discover why to care about these films and to learn how best to care for them.
For more information about the event, contact Beth Davison (email@example.com)