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Books (old and new) that we loved in 2022

We’ve been busy reading this year and would like to pass along a few of our favorite titles: Recommendations from UNE’s Library Services staff Cadence Atchinson: Clair Keegan’s Small Things Like These was shortlisted for the Booker prize and won the Orwell prize for political fiction in 2022. It feels like a classic Christmas tale but is also […]

Introducing Bendable Maine

We are very excited about Maine’s new lifelong learning platform Bendable Maine. The Maine State Library has curated content tailored to the interests of, and in many cases created by, Maine residents. Includes resources for learning hundreds of languages, technology, cooking, crafts, local history and ecology, personal finance and more. A few examples of the […]

Black History Month

Black writers are central to American literature, history and culture. Explore this list to find your new favorite book–we have enough to keep you busy every month of the year, whether you enjoy poetry, fiction, or non-fiction. Visit our libraries or log in and read in the comfort of your favorite chair! List curated by Cathleen […]

Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas

Looking for muscle/ligament models, brain models, or heart models? Check out the Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas available electronically from UNE Library Services! With this comprehensive 3D atlas of the human body you can explore interactive 3D models of the human body and access a collection of more than 100 medical animations to review physiology […]