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.

On Exhibit: The Letters of Josef Mengele

This exhibition of letters sent by Nazi physician Josef Mengele to his wife, Irene, while he was stationed at Auschwitz, is planned in conjunction with Holocaust survivor Eva Kor's May 5 visit to UCSB.
Events, Exhibits, Humanities

Scholarly Publishing Discussion List Launched

UCSB Library is starting a Scholarly Publishing and Communication Discussion List for UCSB faculty, graduate students, librarians, administrators, editors, peer reviewers, and publishers.

New Library Certified LEED Gold

The U.S. Green Building Council has awarded UCSB Library’s new and renovated buildings LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification.
Outreach

Teaching Exhibitions on Display in Library

Two teaching exhibitions will be on display in the Library’s new Art & Architecture Collection in collaboration with UCSB’s Art, Design, & Architecture (AD&A) Museum.

UC Libraries Approve New Taylor & Francis Journal Package

Following recently concluded negotiations with Taylor & Francis, the University of California Libraries have approved a new license for all Taylor & Francis journals through 2018.

Music Library Open During Transition

The Music Library remains open and fully functioning in the Music Building complex, for now. It is still on the 2nd Floor of what was once the Arts Library.

New Course Reserves Site Introduced

The library has introduced a new all-in-ine Course Reserves site for spring 2016.

February Crossroads E-newsletter Available

Crossroads, UCSB Library's monthly electronic newsletter, is available to read online.
Events, Exhibits, Outreach

#lovemyFDL: Love Your Federal Depository Library

U.S. government documents are made available at no cost to Congressionally designated Federal depository libraries (FDLs. UCSB Library one of 90 participating FDLs in California, and the only such designated institution in Santa Barbara County.

Late Night Study Area Expanded

In response to student need, UCSB Library will increase the area open for Late Night Study Service starting Sunday, Jan. 31.