We have partnered with Unity for grant-funded, co-curricular learning opportunity. Scholarships are awarded to students who master VR content creation using Unity technology.
We're investigating options for creation of our own University Press. This digital publishing option would add to the many ways that our university faculty and students can publish their work.
We're replacing our library catalog with a newer, more sophisticated product that will enable our patrons to better locate resources in our collection and get the materials they need. Launch in fall 2024.
Online Canvas and website modules have been developed using H5P open source content creation technology. This new instruction method can be part of a Canvas course or accessed by students as needed.
We're digitizing key holdings from The Wittliff Collections to make these unique treasures more openly accessible to students, faculty, and researchers across the globe.
We're offering a non-monetary grant that provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to apply for support transforming their projects or courses into experiences based on open educational resources (OER).
This project will empower student employees to gain professional skills while serving as ambassadors for University Libraries by promoting our programs, resources, services, and events.
We are repurposing old TV studios on the library's first floor into the Alkek Laboratory for Immersive Arts and Sciences (ALIAS), a space used for state-of-the-art digital and immersive storytelling.
We're seeking grant funding for a project that features the use of artificial intelligence to gather information and tell the stories of our military heroes by merely scanning their gravestones.