Feb. 27, Using Copyright to Your Advantage in the Digital Humanities

A workshop led by School of Information Studies Dean Tomas Lipinski

Jan. 22, Workshop: Search@UW for PantherCat Users

Session offers best practices for doing research with UWM Libraries’ new search engine Search@UW.

Jan. 21,Digging Into Data Workshop: Data Clean Up with OpenRefine

Learn how to OpenRefine to transform data, fix errors, and generally manipulate tabular datasets.

Jan. 13, Successful Strategies for Improving Student Research Workshop

A continuing education session designed to equip instructors with tools and strategies for improving student research projects.

Nov. 12, Author Event with Joe Sweeney

Sweeney will offer two talks sharing concepts from his newest book, Moving the Needle

Nov. 7, UWM First Friday Celebrating 5th Anniversary of Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons

Sponsored by UWM Libraries, Graduate School, and UITS.

Nov. 7, Ettinger Book Artist Series Features Educator, Printmaker, and Book Artist Karen Kunc

Ms. Kunc has been proprietor of Blue Heron Press and taught at UNL since 1983, and has developed an international reputation as a printmaker and book artist.

Two (Miniature) Libraries Added to Campus

Two (Miniature) Libraries Added to Campus

UWM’s “Little Free Libraries” will promote reading and literacy, as well as a sense of community.

Kneisler's White House Tavern, located at 2900 S. Kinnickinnic Avenue in Milwaukee's Bay View neighborhood, has served as a community gathering place since 1891. Photo Mark Fay, courtesy Wisconsin Historical Society.

Lecture on Wisconsin Historic Bars & Breweries Aug. 8

Mark Speltz will present a talk entitled “Bottoms Up: A Toast to Wisconsin’s Historic Bars & Breweries” at 7 p.m. in the American Geographical Society Library.

Astronaut John Glenn signs the Fliers' and Explorers' Globe at the White House on February 26, 1962. At left are President John F. Kennedy, Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson, and AGS Director Charles B. Hitchcock.

AGSL Awarded Major Grant

The Andrew Mellon Foundation has awarded the American Geographical Society Library a $259,900 grant to organize and process the American Geographical Society (AGS) Archives