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     The Human Library

Have you ever wanted to chat with a cancer survivor, a city councilman, or someone whose gone through electroconvulsive therapy? You can have your chance at the Human Library! The Human Library is taking place at Criss Library April 16 from 4-7pm, to give folks a chance to meet interesting individuals they might not have otherwise! For more information, check out the Human Library libguide, and be sure to mark your calendar! We will be accepting reservations for human books starting April 8! http://ow.ly/KYs2t

    

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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High School User Program

General Information

High school students are welcome to come to the UNO Criss Library to use our resources for academic research, including all of the collections, databases, and internet access. Discussion with librarians about the appropriateness of the UNO resources for the student assignments is advised. Based on past experience, it has been determined that generally, the Criss library is not an appropriate research facility for students younger than high school age (ninth grade). Research assistance is available at the Service Desk. Photocopying and printing services are available for a fee.

Food is allowed in the library and users are expected to use the waste receptacles.  Please report spills to a Service Desk worker immediately. Do not leave purses, book bags, or any personal belongings unattended. Although conversation is permitted on the main and lower levels of the Library, please keep conversations and other noise to a minimum, especially on the third (quiet) floor.

Material Checkout

High school students can checkout materials only through the High School User Program or via a parent or guardian signing up for a Friends of the Library user account.

The High School User program provisions include:

High school user cards are valid from early September to May 1. Students may check out up to 5 books. Remote access to the library's electronic resources is not available for high school students.

Library Instruction

The Library Instruction Department provides instruction on the use of library resources to high school librarians, media specialists, or classroom teachers by appointment to enable them to instruct the students. If preferred, we can provide instruction directly to the students during a scheduled visit. Please schedule visits as far in advance as possible and preferably during times when UNO classes are not in session or during less busy times of the academic year. Avoid scheduling during the last two weeks of each semester due to UNO students' need for resources for preparation of projects and final exams.

Library classrooms are available for reservation, however use for UNO class instruction always takes precedence, and the reservation may be canceled or rescheduled.

To reserve a Library classroom or schedule instruction, call 402-554-3638.

Smaller groups are more easily accommodated than larger ones. Due to limited numbers of computers and classroom space, it is better to bring smaller groups or divide larger ones into groups doing different tasks in different areas of the library. A ratio of one high school instructor per 15 students is recommended.

Use of the computers in the public lab space may be limited. The computers in the public area are heavily used, and UNO students have priority use over other groups. We prefer that the students work in the reserved classroom. Printing is available, and a print card must be purchased. Guest print cards cost 50 cents and printing cost is 5 cents per page. It is advisable to bring personal storage devices for saving electronic material or to send material to an email account.

High School Services Coordinators

High School User Program: Robert Smith, 554-3206