W&M Libraries Blog

August 16, 2021

This summer, the Research Department at William & Mary Libraries reprised a workshop series for undergraduate researchers that we’d first held in Summer 2020 as a response to the pandemic.

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Jun 2021

May 2021

  • Stereoview
    May 19, 2021
    On one level a virtual reality headset works the same way as the old View Master toy.
  • Grid of four album covers with music notes and the words "The Music Library and Special Collections Present Finals Fuel"
    May 7, 2021
    W&M Libraries, Music Library and Special Collections teamed up to bring you “Finals Fuel”: some fresh tunes from the last decade for powering through finals season and easing into those upcoming summer vibes.
  • A headshot of Dr. Obasanjo, a black women, in a beautiful yellow headscarf
    May 3, 2021
    In this series, we are spotlighting researchers who have contributed to W&M ScholarWorks, our institutional repository. We asked each researcher to identify a scholarly work and share the “human story” behind it. Who are the people behind the data and theory, and how were they affected by the scholarship?   

Apr 2021

  • WCWM logo of lotus in blue and purple.
    April 30, 2021
    To celebrate International Amateur Radio Month, the Music Library talks to Sara Belmont, '97, W&M alumna and former WCWM DJ, in this third installment of the podcast "Nuts + Bolts + Sprinkles."
  • WCWM logo of lotus in blue and purple.
    April 29, 2021
    To celebrate International Amateur Radio Month, the Music Library talks to Emma Shahin, WCWM DJ and editor-in-chief of WCWM’s magazine "Vinyl Tap," in this second installment of the podcast "Nuts + Bolts + Sprinkles."
  • WCWM logo of lotus in blue and purple.
    April 28, 2021
    To celebrate International Amateur Radio Month, the Music Library talks to Corey Bridges, Senior Station Manager at WCWM, in this first podcast of "Nuts + Bolts + Sprinkles."
  • Admission sign at Stockade Theatre
    April 28, 2021
    Over the winter and spring of early 1941, a towering landmark rose on the rural landscape less than two miles from downtown Williamsburg. The structure housed the screen for the Stockade Theatre Auto-Torium at Casey’s Corner, where Richmond and Ironbound Roads intersect.
  • a black and white sketch of a ships prison hull with a line of white prisoners going into a cell
    April 21, 2021
    In this series, we are spotlighting researchers who have contributed to W&M ScholarWorks, our institutional repository. We asked each researcher to identify a scholarly work and share the “human story” behind it. Who are the people behind the data and theory, and how were they affected by the scholarship?   
  • April 21, 2021
    In this post, we introduce W&M Libraries' new associate dean for collections and content services, Laura Morales! Name: Laura Morales Title: Associate Dean for Collections and Content Services How long have you been with W&M Libraries?