News

The News Archive contains summaries of news stories about prominent news developments. The heading of each item links to the full text of that story.

Open Access Week Events - October 22-28

The UCSB Library is hosting two events in conjunction with Open Access Week, a worldwide initiative to raise awareness about new models of scholarly publishing.

The Compact Disc Turns 30: Library Employee Sam Brylawski on NPR

Sam Brylawski from Special Collections was interviewed on NPR. He shared his insights on the anniversary of the compact disc.

Mysteries of Copy Cards, Printing, and Photocopying Revealed!

Confused about how to print? Not sure where to buy a copy card? Read on to learn more about these services in the Library.

Late Night Study Available in the UCSB Library

Our Late Night Study Service increases the spaces and services available to UCSB students, faculty, and staff after regular building hours.

New Students: Tour the Library, Win a Prize!

Join us for an informal introduction to Davidson Library or the Arts Library during Discovery Days.

New Melvyl Feature Allows Easier Access to Full Text Articles

A new feature makes it easier to access the full text of articles from our licensed e-journals from citations found in Melvyl.

Slavic Folk Art Featured in New Library Exhibit

A new exhibit of Slavic folk art can be found in the main hallway of Davidson Library.

KDB-93.7/FM Radio: UCSB Celebrates the Golden Age of Opera (1850’s-1920)

David Seubert, Acting Head of Special Collections, recently spoke with KDB-93.7/FM about the current exhibition in Special Collections--"Stars of the Opera Stage: ‘Golden Age' Images from the William R. Moran Collection."

Today’s Highlight: Colección Tloque Nahuaque

As one of several leading collections of its kind, the Colección serves as the university's major source of information on the cultural heritage and history of Chicanas/Chicanos and Mexicans in the United States.
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