Monthly Archives: December 2012
Anatomy of a Lesson Plan: History of Art I
As part of my duties as head of instruction and outreach, I am contacted each semester by many professors who wish to bring their classes to Special Collections, so that they can introduce them to original artifacts. This fall, all … Continue reading
This Just In: Translations by Jorge Luis Borges
The celebrated Argentinian author (and sometime librarian) Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) was famous for his fictional account of the universal library which, because it contains all information, is useless. Since 1977 the U.Va. Library has built one of the world’s … Continue reading
Welcome to our new blog!
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library’s blog. With contributions from staff, faculty, students, and visiting researchers, “Notes from Under Grounds” will offer glimpses into all aspects of Special Collections here … Continue reading