A new Photography Exhibit REFLECTIONS is located on the 1st floor of the Harriet Irving Library.
REFLECTIONS is the product of three years of Adam Travis’ work at the Brunswickan, the campus paper of the University of New Brunswick. Each photo essay highlights a facet of life at UNB and the unique experiences lived by different groups on campus. Despite the fact that an exhibit that showcases the full diversity of UNB would require an exhibit many times larger, many students should find some similarities between their own stories and the stories shown here: from the changing seasons of campus life to the triumph and heartache felt by student athletes, the struggle to balance our wants and obligations felt by Phil Taber and truly unique academic experiences, such as the cardboard boat race.
In recognition of the increasing use of digital media modalities for academic and creative expression, UNB Libraries is now providing space for working on media projects (e.g. video, sound, and image, 3D). The studio is primarily intended to meet the multimedia creation and editing needs of UNB students.
The Digital Media Editing Studio is equipped with three 27″ iMacs with Retina 5K display, each loaded with the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite of software applications as well as iMovie and Garageband. Studio quality headphones (ATH-M20x) and Apple SuperDrives to read optical media such as CDs and DVDs are also available.
This new studio supports the creative learning environment at UNB Libraries. We’ve got the space and the tools for you to do your best work. Drop by and check out the new studio in the John B. McNair Learning Commons on the first floor of the Harriet Irving Library.
If you would like more information about the new Digital Media Editing Studio, please contact Marc Bragdon, Film Librarian at UNB Fredericton, (506-458-7741).
Find more information about media in UNB Libraries’ Guide to Film, Image, and Sound Collections and Guide to Media Arts and Cultures.
For additional help with using UNB Libraries’ resources, consult our online
Research Help pages or contact the help desk of any library at UNB.
You can also Ask Us for help by email, by Instant Message, or by
Need to study for exams? UNBF Libraries is the place to be.
Until December 16th, all libraries are open until Midnight!
See Complete Hours
Shhhhhh…it’s QUIET STUDY TIME everywhere in the libraries!
Extra Study Space:
In the Harriet Irving Library, check out the new seating and study spaces on the 3rd floor–at the east and west ends of the building! Plus, all the instructional rooms in the HIL are open and quiet study spaces until the end of exams–on the 1st floor of the HIL, check out the Milham Room (100), the Learning Lab (112), and the Reading Room (109); on the 3rd floor, check out the DATA/GIS Lab (310); on the 4th floor, check out the Nan Gregg Room, the Beaverbrook Room, and the Seminar Room (417); on the 5th floor, check out the open study lounge.
In the Science & Forestry Library, check out the various study areas.
In the Engineering & Computer Science Library, check out the Reading Room and Study Hall.
And don’t forget–individual study carrels and group study rooms are located in all the libraries.
The Commons Café in the HIL will be open for extended hours during the exam period!
Need more COFFEE???
The Commons Café in the HIL will be open for extended hours during the exam period:
Wednesday, Dec 7th (7:30am-10pm)
Thursday, Dec 8th (7:30 am-10pm)
Friday, Dec 9th (7:30am-9pm)
Saturday, Dec 10th (10am-9pm)
Sunday, Dec 11th (10am-10pm)
Monday, Dec 12th (7:30am-10pm)
Tuesday, Dec 13th (7:30am-10pm)
Wednesday, Dec 14th (7:30am-10pm)
Thursday, Dec 15th (7:30am-10pm)
Friday, Dec 16th (7:30am-9pm)
Saturday, Dec 17th (10am-6:30pm)
Remember that it’s QUIET STUDY TIME at UNB Libraries!
The HIL has 6 group study rooms equipped with Wireless Presentation Systems (AirMedia). These systems function with personal or library-loaned laptops, allowing students to wirelessly access the projector system in the room.
Information about the Wireless Presentation Systems is available from CETL.
Media set-up instructions are also available at the HIL Commons Service Desk.