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UNB Learning Bar: What’s New in EdTech?

The Student Accessibility Centre in partnership with the H.I.L. Accessibility Centre is hosting an event on Wednesday, Nov. 8. ‘UNB Learning Bar: What’s New in EdTech?’ will showcase four different assistive technology tools including:

and feature on-site demos and testimonials from students who have used assistive technology during their time at UNB.

Coffee and refreshments will be provided!

Event details:

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017

Time: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Location: Harriet Irving Library, Commons Café

 

For more information on the event, email unbds@unb.ca.

 

 

 

 

Flu Clinic @ HIL

Flu Season is here!

Get your flu vaccine at the HIL Flu Clinic:

When:  Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

10:00am – 2:00pm

Where:  Reading Room (Rm. 109), Harriet Irving Library, UNBF

Cost:  $15 for students, $25 for faculty and staff

Cash or cheque only  – due at the time of the injection.

Please note that you will be required to wait for 20 minutes following your injection for your own safety!

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In addition to the HIL Flu Clinic, flu shots are now available at the Student Health Centre and at one of the following clinics on campus:

• Thursday, Nov 2nd: 10:00am – 2:00pm at SUB Cafeteria

• Friday, Nov 3rd: 10:00am – 2:00pm at Head Hall – Gillin Hall GD117

• Thursday, Nov 9th: 10:00am – 2:00pm at Ludlow Hall, Room 26

• Wednesday, Nov 15th: 10:00am – 2:00pm at Human Resources dept., Room 106 – near HR in Physics and Admin. building

• Thursday, Nov 16th: 10:00am – 2:00pm at UNB Bookstore

• Friday, Nov 17th: 10:00am – 2:00pm at STU –  J.B. O’Keefe Fitness Centre

 

Cost: $15 for students, $25 for staff and faculty.

Some people may qualify for free flu immunization.

We can only accept cash or cheque at the time of the injection!

Be prepared to wait 20 minutes AFTER your injection.

Celebrating 50 Years of HIL

Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Harriet Irving Library (October 11, 1967- October 11, 2017) with birthday cake, and an exhibit of photos from Archives & Special Collections on Wednesday, October 11, from 11am-1pm in the Commons Cafe at Harriet Irving Library. All are welcome! #HIL50

Deborah Joy Corey – Reading, Signing and Reception for Settling Twice

University of New Brunswick (UNB) Archives & Special Collections is honoured to be the repository for Deborah Joy Corey’s archival collection, which currently consists of material from her award-winning first novel, Losing Eddie, and will expand, as Corey has agreed to contribute all of her archival papers to UNB!

To celebrate this fantastic acquisition, UNB Libraries will host a reception and reading, which will feature Corey’s latest memoir about growing up in rural New Brunswick, Settling Twice.

The event will take place on Thursday, October 5 at the Harriet Irving Library, Milham Room (#100), UNB Campus, 5 MacAulay Lane, Fredericton, NB from 5-7 p.m. All are invited to attend. Corey will sign books during the event.

Book Launch: Whispers of Mermaids and Wonderful Things

Whispers of MermaidsWe’re celebrating the launch of Whispers of Mermaids and Wonderful Things: Atlantic Canadian Poetry and Verse for Children, edited by Sheree Fitch and Anne Hunt (Nimbus, 2017).

Harriet Irving Library | Thursday, September 21, 4:00 pm | Free!

Whispers of Mermaids and Wonderful Things reflects years of research and gathering. While the tradition of poetry for children and young adults is strong in Canada’s Atlantic region, the poems themselves are scattered over years and volumes and most have been out of print for a long while. These poems have long needed careful curation and editing. That is exactly what Fitch and Hunt have done in this landmark anthology. With work beginning in the Eileen Wallace Children’s Literature Collection at UNB and extending well beyond, Sheree and Anne have not only unearthed a rich, engaging, and relevant poetic tradition and brought it forward for a new generation of children, they have created new communities of poets and poetry along the way. The volume, though historical in scope, is as fresh as one would hope it to be with many new and exciting voices represented.

 

For more information, contact Sue Fisher, Curator, Eileen Wallace Children’s Literature Collection sfisher@unb.ca or 452-6044.

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