Nota Bene, Yale Library’s much-loved newsletter since 1987, has been reborn in digital form. The inaugural online issue features stories of how the library has thrived in spite of pandemic challenges. In one, a faculty member partners with library staff to help students tackle social justice projects with GIS technology. There is a slideshow of the newly renovated Yale Film Archive in Sterling Memorial Library, and news of an important gift to preserve digital collections. And you can see how library exhibit staff helped a student curate an online exhibition on Edith Wharton.
When Nota Bene debuted in 1987, then University Librarian Penny Abell said it would “foster a general awareness of the library’s great strengths.” This new digital format, to be published monthly, aims to continue the legacy. Subscribe online, selecting “Yale Library News.”