Mervyn Sterne Library

917 13th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35294

Place Type

Academic, On Campus

Website

library.uab.edu

Upcoming Events

Academic/Book

The objective of this workshop is to teach students how to approach college-level texts. Students will learn how to actively engage with their text by...

2/7 2pm
Headshot of Dr. Shareen Hertel

Join UAB Social Science and Justice Research (SSJR) for a research seminar by Dr. Shareen Hertel, Professor of Political Science and Human Rights at the...

2/9 12pm
Michael Sloane, PhD

A post-truth society is characterized by societal distrust of scientific data, dismissal of expertise, and diminished status of empirical facts. Associate...

2/10 11:45am
AI using Google's Teachable Machine

Training data is an essential part of the development of machine learning and artificial intelligence tools. Join Dorothy Ogdon, UAB Libraries Head of...

2/21 12:30pm
Academic/Book

The objective of this workshop is to teach students how to approach college-level texts. Students will learn how to actively engage with their text by...

2/21 2pm

Recent Events

Sankranti

1/20/2023

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