LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 23, 2022) — It may already be March, but that doesn’t mean you’re running out of time to hit your 2022 reading goals or take advantage of the many resources in the on-campus library.
You may know @UKLibraries on Twitter, but did you know that UK Libraries operates several libraries right here on campus? Whether you’re looking for a change in study space or a particular item for a class project, check out the locations below to find what you need:
Additional resources offered by libraries include: Louie B. Nunn Oral History Center, Notable database of African Americans in Kentucky, Photographs by John C. Wyatt Lexington Herald-Leader, Microfilm Holdings Database, Kentucky Digital Newspaper Program and Lomax Kentucky Recordingsas well as Kentucky Digital Newspapers and Microfilms.
British libraries exploreUK houses over 530,000 digitized collections, prints, photographs, maps, manuscripts, streaming videos and more.
Looking to take a study break and sink into a new book?
Here are some titles from local and academic authors on topics ranging from Black History Month, Women’s History Month and current events as well as local people and places, the Kentucky University Press:
the Kentucky University Press is the scientific publisher of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, representing a consortium that includes all state universities, five private colleges, and two historical societies. The editorial program of the press is focused on the humanities and social sciences. Offices for the administrative, editorial, production, and press marketing departments are at the University of Kentucky, which provides financial support for operating and publishing expenses.
As the Commonwealth’s premier research library, UK Libraries enable lifelong learners to discover, create and connect by providing ever-wider access to quality information and collaborating with academic communities and creative organizations from all over the world to advance knowledge, improve knowledge and preserve the history and culture of the Republic. More information about UK Libraries can be found on its website.