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Bill Moyers, honorary co-chair of Banned Books Week, talks about how libraries provided his first opportunity to indulge his love of reading and learning, an...

With millions titles available to students, finding books and other resources at UCLA can sometimes seem like a daunting task. But we at the Library are here...

Children's authors Kelly Milner Halls and Katherine Pryor visited Arlington and Grant elementary schools this week to kick off the inaugural Spokane Youth Bo...

Do you like to color? The Rutgers Art Library released coloring books that feature images of Rutgers that you can make into masterpieces. Watch and see why s...

Celeste Barber teaches multiple Great Books courses. They are regular classes, such as English 110 and 111 that incorporate carefully selected authors. Stude...

Lamonte Aidoo, Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Romance Studies at Duke University, discusses his new book “Slavery Unseen: Sex, Power, and Violence i...

In which John attends the premiere of the movie Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children in New York as a guest of the book's author, Ransom Riggs. John a...

There are so many exciting stories at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, our chancellor felt compelled to share a few. Start YOUR story at UNL! More videos ...

Interim Chancellor Peyton Helm welcomes Eric Mitnick, Dean of the UMass School of Law and explores New Bedford's Justice Bridge in his final edition of UMass...

Get the most out of your Library experience! This educational video will teach you how to order books, movies, and CDs using the SWAN Online Catalog.

You could pay $118 on Amazon for 'The Art of Illumination.' Or you could pay $0 to download it at MetPublications,

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The acerbic art of a major cartoonist and the collected text-free creations of various artists are featured in separate exhibits at Ohio State

Ever wonder how a Blue Book is made? Check out this video to see how we made hundreds of thousands of Blue Books every year to support colleges and universities…

It can be hard to get teens to read, especially with so much technology competing for their attention. A new book looks at ways teachers can help young people find books (and find themselves).

NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on. Shorter version: youtu.be/fzYoxF0_j2M EPA offers four simple ste...

Books in the Barbershop promotes reading by creating book stations at barbershops and training barbers to engage young readers. The family, school and commun...

The 50-year-old Iba Hall receives renovations that help to create cultural connections between students.  Click here for 360 video of the renovated lobby, and click here for 360 video of the renovated basement.