Over 17,000 videos, including theatrical and independent releases, documentaries, international films, television shows, and training films, are now available through Kanopy, an on-demand web-based digital video delivery service licensed by Rod Library.
Rod Library, Panther eSports, and Panther Tabletop are teaming up to join over a thousand libraries around the world during International Games Week as they transform their libraries with play. Like many other libraries across the country and around the world, Rod Library will offer special gaming programs and events suitable for the whole family.
Open Access Week is a global event that allows academic and research communities to learn about and share the benefits of Open Access (OA).
Savings at UNI
The costs of college is going up every year, and it's not just tuition that weighs on student's minds and bank accounts. According to the College Board, undergraduates spend an average of $1,200 on textbooks annually. Faced with these costs, the academic impact is seen in classrooms across the country--many students choose to not buy a required text, take fewer courses, and some even drop or fail a course completely.
Homecoming Week reminds us of the pride we take in our university, our students, and our traditions. Have you ever considered how we capture and preserve those traditions so that they remain available to current and future students?
Rod Library’s University Archives preserves the history of the UNI in its collection of yearbooks, student newspapers, student magazines, departmental information such as faculty papers or course catalogs, and more.
DO NOT READ....Words Have Power!
Banned Books Week (September 24-30) is an annual celebration of the freedom to read. Rod Library celebrates the freedom to read, an important component of academic freedom, most notably through its thoughtful development of diverse library collections.
A Q&A with professor, turtle expert, and illustrator Jeff Tamplin
The latest exhibit from the UNI Museum focuses on the life and art of Herb Hake, local television, radio personality and cartoon artist. Hake was known throughout Iowa for his focus on local history, and he would travel the state discussing various historical tidbits about many of Iowa’s towns. This exhibit will focus on Hake’s work as a pioneer in broadcasting and Iowa history education, including never-before exhibited works featuring local Cedar Falls personalities.
You can use technology at Rod Library to…
Enlarge images on your computer screen. View Web pages in different colors. Hear computer screen text spoken aloud.