WVU Libraries and the Teaching and Learning Commons are offering Open Educational Resources Grants.
West Virginia University Libraries will host a virtual conversation with Nicholas Stump, author of “Remaking Appalachia,” on May 20 at noon.
Learn more about WVU Libraries by the numbers in the recently released FY 2020 Annual Report.Check it Out
Upcoming Art in the Libraries Virtual Programs
Explore library resources related to anti-black violence, police brutality, activism, Black Lives Matter, artists’ responses, health inequity, mass incarceration, and protests.
|Downtown Campus Library||8am – 5pm|
|Eliza's Coffee Shop||Closed until further notice|
|Poster Printing||8am – 5pm|
|Evansdale Library||8am – 5pm|
|Poster Printing||8am – 4pm|
|George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library||9am – 4pm|
|Health Sciences Library||7:30am – 12am|
|Health Sciences Library (Charleston)||–|
|Potomac State College Library||8am – 4:30pm|
|Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus||–|
|West Virginia & Regional History Center||By Appointment (WVU Faculty, Staff, & Students Only)|
Adam Benjamin and Aerianna McClanahan are the 2021 Robert F. Munn Undergraduate Library Scholars.
Learn how to make porcupine sausage balls in this latest blog post by Jane LaBarbara. (No porcupine required!)
Freda de Knight, author of A Date with a Dish, was a firm believer that Black cooks did not have to limit themselves to Southern cuisine. Read how she challenged stereotypes in Christina White's latest blog post.