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As classes have transitioned online, many of you face new challenges in completing your academic work. While our buildings our are closed, we have expanded our librarian chat service and made course materials available electronically whenever possible. Read more about our response to COVID-19. We’d like to know how else we can help you as […]

Library Services during COVID-19

As of March 19, 2020 both UNE Library buildings will remain closed until further notice. Read a statement from Dean of Library Services Andrew Golub. The library is prepared to continue to offer services while classes and research are finished from off campus. Library Resources The vast majority of our resources are available in electronic […]

Interlibrary Loan Updated

We have just updated our Interlibrary Loan system to a new look that works better on any device. We hope this new system makes it easier for you to request articles, books, chapters and multimedia to which UNE Library Services does not provide access. If you have any questions or need help, please contact Brenda […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

There is a lot of information out there about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak; some of it reliable, some of it not. UNE’s expert health librarians recommend these authoritative sites for accurate, up to date, pertinent information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Visit the World Health Organization (WHO) website for global information Visit the Centers […]

Information Literacy Digital Badge

UNE Libraries services is excited to offer a digital badge in Information Literacy Level 1 skills to UNE students. Where do I enroll? Visit UNE’s Digital Badge page for more information or email UNE Librarians: Sonya Durney ; Cadence Atchinson; or Bethany Kenyon to get started! Why would I want to earn a badge? Sharing […]

February is Black History Month

In addition to thousands of African American history books, UNE Library Services has access to a robust collection of streaming movies and documentaries. Below are some suggestions. There is lots more to explore, you can search the full collection of videos at library.une.edu.    I Am Not Your Negro An Oscar-nominated documentary narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO […]

MWWC Article Publication

Maine Women Writers’ Collection director Jennifer Tuttle and Curator Cathleen Miller have published an article in the Journal of Medical Humanities. Growing out of a presentation at the Artists’ Books and the Medical Humanities symposium at the University of Kent in 2016, Jennifer S. Tuttle and Cathleen Miller explore the use of Martha A. Hall’s […]

SANCTUARY

Sanctuary: Carrie Scanga and Emily Rapp Black

January 15, 2020 - May 15, 2020

Biddeford Campus Art Gallery

SANCTUARY is a traveling art installation to be exhibited in medical centers, hospitals, art galleries, and academic sites across the US. Writer Emily Rapp Black, and artist Carrie Scanga, will interpret viewers’ stories of medical circumstances in visual and textual forms in an ever-changing paper installation accompanied by written text. In each venue, viewers are […]

Biddeford Library Renovations

Thank you for your patience as the Biddeford Campus Library completed renovations! We now have new carpet, new paint colors and new efficient LED lighting on the library main floor. We are still working to put back library collections, so if you are looking for something please let us know!

Dolphin Brain Digital Exhibit

A digital presentation created from original artwork, scientific data and materials from the Peter J. Morgane Research Collection on the Cetacean Brain is now available in DUNE:DigitalUNE