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Scholastic Book Fair

Criss Library and the UNO Library Friends will host a "Buy One, Get One Free" Scholastic Book Fair on Tuesday, April 21, and Wednesday, April 22, from 9 am to 6 pm.  For every item purchased, customers can choose a second book of equal or lesser value for free. The UNO Honors Program supports Liberty Elementary School, and books may be purchased and donated to the school's literacy program. Proceeds will benefit the UNO Criss Library Juvenile Book Collection.  For more information, contact event organizer Melissa Cast-Brede at 554.3130 or mcast@ unomaha.edu.

“BASA”, Student exhibition

    

Learn about the University of Nebraska at Omaha's early computing years in this display. Through photographs and documents you will get a sense of what computers were like when they took up the better part of rooms rather than fitting in our backpacks and pockets.

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Other Colleges & Universities Privileges

The library has reciprocal borrowing agreements with other academic libraries in Nebraska. These programs allow UNO faculty, staff and students to check out materials from other cooperating libraries. For more information on reciprocal borrowing procedures and a listing of Nebraska libraries participating in this borrowing agreement, please see the College and University Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement.

Students, faculty and staff who are affiliated with colleges and universities participating in the Reciprocal Borrowing Program may request login privileges to the first floor computer lab by filling out this form and returning it to the circulation desk via mail or in person. Printed forms are available at the circulation desk.

In addition, you may wish to check area the library catalogs for available items.