The Ottenheimer Library is having its resource showcase from 1-2:30 p.m. Oct., 13-15 via Zoom.
Linda Pine, an assistant professor emeritus of Ottenheimer Library at UA Little Rock and former senior archivist with the Center for Arkansas History and Culture, passed away Sept. 17.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Staff Senate has announced the eight finalists for the 2019 Staff Achievement Awards. Continue reading “Finalists for Staff Achievement Awards announced”
In honor of Women’s History Month, UA Little Rock is featuring stories about the “Outstanding Women of UA Little Rock,” faculty, staff, students, and alumni who are serving as leaders and making a difference for the university and their communities.
Dr. Deborah Baldwin, UA Little Rock associate provost of collections and archives and director of the Center for Arkansas History and Culture, has always had a passion for history. Continue reading “Outstanding Women of UA Little Rock: Deborah Baldwin”
In Ottenheimer Library, where UA Little Rock’s students, staff, and faculty are usually found quietly studying or working, the employees of Ottenheimer Library have challenged themselves to be more fit, active, and healthy. Continue reading “UA Little Rock library staff steps up for fitness”
A $1,300 grant from the National Endowment for Humanities brings the immigration program series, “Becoming American: A Documentary Film and Discussion Series on Our Immigration Experience,” to Little Rock. The grant was awarded to UA Little Rock’s Ottenheimer Library and Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity, as well as the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS), El Zocalo, and Philander Smith College. Continue reading “UA Little Rock, community partners to host six-week film, discussion series on immigration in America”
When Dr. Andrew Amstutz was a child, he was fascinated by tales of the adventures of family members who once lived on the other side of the world. Continue reading “UA Little Rock receives donation of Urdu book collection”
University of Arkansas at Little Rock faculty, staff, and students shared their experiences using open educational resources during the Open Education Southern Symposium held Oct. 1-2 at the University of Arkansas. Continue reading “UA Little Rock researchers showcase benefits of using open educational resources in the classroom”
The Arkansas Governor’s Cup Collegiate Business Plan Competition brings an opportunity for teams of college students to win a grand prize of $25,000 while exploring their flare for entrepreneurship. Continue reading “Get Started with the Arkansas Governor’s Cup”
Six faculty members have received UA Little Rock Open Educational Resources and Alternative Textbook mini grants. Continue reading “Open Educational Resources and Alternative Textbook Mini Grant Winners announced”