Events

Morris Library

Morris Library, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA

Place Type

academic building

Building Code

NC31

Upcoming Events

Orientation to Film & Video Collection

Are you looking for new ways to engage students with your course materials? Discover how the Film & Video Collection can help you integrate media into your...

2/19/2019 10am
Adobe Photoshop: The Basics

Photoshop, the professional graphics-editing software, is so relevant to modern society that it has become its own verb. In this workshop, explore the...

2/21/2019 2pm
Curator's Talk: Walt Whitman in His Time and Ours

Join Timothy Murray, head of Special Collections, for a gallery talk on the exhibition Walt Whitman in His Time and Ours. Born in 1819, Walt Whitman is...

2/21/2019 4pm
4th Annual African American Read-In

The African American Read-In celebrates Black History Month with readings of prose and poetry by African American authors. All are welcome read, listen, and...

2/25/2019 4:30pm
Use of Copyright in Instruction

As a faculty member, you know it’s often necessary to incorporate video, images and textual material created by others into your courses. But, how can you...

3/5/2019 10am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Amanda Boone

Amanda Boone left a positive review 10/18/2018

I loved the class and the presenter was great! He went at the speed of the class and allowed questions at any time. Ready to learn more!

Dubravka Morgan

Dubravka Morgan left a positive review 10/10/2018

Very interesting and also useful

Doris Miklitz

Doris Miklitz left a positive review 3/12/2018

Interesting topic and lots of information waiting to be synthesized into a published work. Jazz was very popular in 20th c. Scandinavia, which perhaps a lot of people don't know. Hence, the acceptance of African-Americans in Danish society.

Kaitlyn Lawrence

Kaitlyn Lawrence left a positive review 11/30/2017

It was fantastic! Oscar Wilde is an author that I love, but have not read many works by. Nicholas Frankel was an amazing lecturer and was the push I needed to finally go and begin Wilde's "Picture of Dorian Gray" (especially the uncensored version edited by Prof. Frankel himself). A wonderful evening, and a fascinating lecture on authors and their inspirations.

Linda Garber

Linda Garber posted a photo 8/19/2013

Linda Garber

Linda Garber posted a photo 8/19/2013

Linda Garber

Linda Garber posted a photo 8/19/2013

Linda Garber

Linda Garber posted a photo 8/19/2013

Erik Rau

Erik Rau left a positive review 3/6/2013

Excellent and thought provoking. Points to major needs of educational and cultural institutions to get ahead of the Copyright Act curve and develop proactive and defensible policies to encourage the use and creation of knowledge.

Morris Library

Morris Library posted a photo 8/31/2012