Patrons can now request an item’s call number be texted to their mobile device and requests for materials from special collections can be made online as well.
In celebration of their benefactors, the Armstrong Browning Library & Museum proudly feature Dr. Marjorie Stone and Dr. Beverly Taylor as they virtually present "Wilder Ever Still & Wilder!: The Brownings' Courtship, Victorian Wedding Journeys, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Unpublished Honeymoon Poem on Thursday, November 5, at 3:30 p.m. on Zoom.
On Friday, October 30 from 3:00-4:00 p.m., the Baylor Libraries present a virtual "speed panel" event, "Pictures, Portraits & Snapshots: Glimpses into Baylor's Special Libraries. In a series of three minute presentations panelists will present unique items discovered in Baylor's special collections in their research. This event is free and available to the public.
think-cell includes over 40 different chart types including waterfall, Gantt, and Mekko charts.
A new series of collaborations between the data scholarship librarian and Research and Engagement liaisons yields unexpected findings
On National Voter Registration Day, Tuesday, September 22, at 3:30 p.m., Dr. Christina Chan-Park of the Waco League of Women Voters, Dr. Peaches Henry of the Waco NAACP, and Dr. Andrea Turpin, Baylor associate professor of history will participate in a virtual discussion, "19: 100 Years of Preserving Voters' Rights," which marks the centennial of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution and highlights the enduring struggle to maintain voters' rights in the U.S.
Today the Baylor Libraries launched a new baylor.edu/library! The new site has the same powerful search functionality users expect while presenting a new mobile-first experience and plenty of new features.
The Fall 2020 semester marks a transition in how the University Libraries handle course reserves. Instructors now have access to a powerful Course Reading List tool called Leganto, which has been integrated into the Canvas environment and enables instructors to quickly and easily add a wide range of course reserves materials directly into Canvas courses.
Proctorio will no longer be available for use as of Monday, August 17. Beginning in Fall 2020, Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor will be the only available online proctoring solution available for campus-wide use.
The Libraries are pleased to announce that all Baylor students, faculty and staff will continue to enjoy access to The Wall Street Journal as a result of a recent subscription purchased by the university. Members of the Baylor community can utilize this online subscription from The Wall Street Journal website and the WSJ app.
New capability for Kaltura automatically generates captions, includes multiple language support and more