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New open textbook: Teaching in the University: Learning from Graduate Students and Early Career Faculty

by Max Esterhuizen with Anita Walz and Donna Westfall-Rudd New book helps instructors increase the effectiveness of teaching diverse groups of students. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Virginia Tech Publishing have released a new open … Continue reading

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Holding the Light: April 16th Remembrance Exhibits on display April 8-18, 2019

“Holding the Light,” is one of two exhibits that will be displayed on the second floor commons in Virginia Tech’s Newman Library as the university observes its 2019 Day of Remembrance. The exhibit, on display Thursday, April 8 through Tuesday April 18,… Continue reading

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Announcing a New Look for the Special Collections Website

If you’ve been to the Special Collections website recently, you already know – it looks brand new! If you haven’t seen it, please visit it at https://spec.lib.vt.edu/. Here are screenshots comparing the old (left) and new (right) Spec… Continue reading

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A Look Behind the Glass Door… Part 2

If you are curious what Special Collections looks like behind the scenes, Kira Dietz showed a glimpse of onsite storage previously in this blog. Well, we also have offsite storage in the Library Storage Building, managed by the University Libraries. In addition to Special Collections, Newman Library and the Records Management Department house material at the storage […] Continue reading

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