Library News

Criss Library Hours for the week of Spring Break will be:

  Sunday, March 22:  Noon-9 pm
  Monday-Thursday, March 23-26:  7am-9 pm
  Friday, March 27:  7am-5 pm
  Saturday, March 28:  9am-5 pm
  Sunday, March 29:  Noon-Midnight
 

For a complete schedule of library hours, visit http://library.unomaha.edu/information/hours.php

    

A new exhibit What's Cooking: Cookbooks from Criss Library's Archives & Special Collections is now on display through June 9th in Archives & Special Collections.​A cookbook collects recipes and provides directions about how to prepare and cook food, but the contents of cookbooks also tell us about the eating habits and culinary practices of a people, region, or time period. These texts can also serve to educate the reader or share an appreciation of a particular cuisine. Some of the cookbooks on display here are also examples of the celebration of communities: work colleagues, a religious community, the state of Nebraska, the nations of Afghanistan and the United States, and more.

Kanopy: the new streaming media service offered by Criss Library. Check it out @ https://unomaha.kanopystreaming.com/

“The Flyover States”, a  photography exhibition

“The Flyover States”, a photography exhibition by Eric Anderson & Evan Ludes is currently on display in the UNO Criss Library Gallery.  The exhibit features photography from across the Midwest, seeking to share the beauty of a region often overlooked. From starry skies to urban storms and landscapes, The Flyover States can help both coastal visitors as well as local residents appreciate the dynamic scenes found in the heartland. The photographs were shot by Eric Anderson and Evan Ludes between 2010 and 2014.  Featured states include Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Colorado, and Wyoming.

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The SCOLA / Language Learning Center is a unique, barrier-free language learning center featuring live SCOLA programming from around the world. The SCOLA broadcasts are available on the second (main) floor of the library. The Criss Library has expanded the language learning software available through Transparent Language. The new Languages of the World software supports language learning in 76 languages. Transparent Language also provides Before You Know It and Learn Language Now.

SCOLA Language Learning Center Website

SCOLA is a non-profit educational organization that receives and re-transmits television programming from around the world in native languages. Programming includes "Insta-classes" with each lesson combining video and audio clips with transcription and translation, quizzes, and vocabulary; live videostreams; world radio; photographs; and other cultural enrichment. Over Sixty-five languages are available through Streaming Video Broadcasts and/or Insta-Classes.

Some programming requires additional software which is available for download free from the internet.

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Web-Based Language Learning Resources

Live Mocha is a free, web based language learning solution integrating online instructional content with a global community of language learners. English, Spanish, French, Hindi, German, and Mandarin Chinese languages are available.

FSI Language Courses are developed by the Foreign Service Institute and are freely available in the public domain. These are courses created by the US government and are not affiliated with any government entity. Their purpose is to foster language learning and users may select thirty-four languages.

The Language Learning Library is a language learning portal offering highly relevant and useful language learning related resources for Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish languages. The Language Learning Library was created to meet the needs of both teachers and students alike with grammar, alphabets, pronunciation guides, cultural resources and much more.

Transparent Language Learning Programs

The Transparent Language software programs described below are accessible only in the library.

Languages of the World, a product of Transparent Language, now provides self-paced immersion experiences to develop vocabulary skills as well as reading and listening skills in seventy-six languages.

Before You Know It is a product of Transparent Language and it is designed to provide engaging and effective vocabulary building exercises—a fundamental first step in language acquisition. Fifteen Languages are available.

Learn Language Now immerses language learners in a foreign language and provides self-paced opportunities to read, write, listen and practice speaking. Exercises are based on real-life scenarios making the language and culture come alive. The immersion environment consists of foreign language texts, translations, grammar information, and native speaker sound, with many accompanied by videos or illustrations. Fifteen languages are available.