Below are News items in the category of Collections

UCSB Acquires Major Chicano/Latino Graphic Art Collections

The UCSB Library has acquired two major Chicano/Latino graphic art collections from San Francisco’s Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.

New Books on Composite Materials

Check out these new electronic resources on composite materials.

Loeb Classical Library Now Available

The Loeb Library of Greek and Latin literature is now available online.

Bill Kaska honored by the Royal Society of Chemistry

An issue of the Dalton Transactions has been devoted to the career of Professor Bill Kaska.

New Licensed Resource – Nature Plants

All UC campuses now have access to Nature Plants on the (NPG) platform.

Ever Wondered How to Find New Books in EGSL?

Check out some of our new titles in the Ethnic & Gender Studies Library.

Foreign Office Files for China

UCSB has access to the Foreign Office Files for China. This collection makes available all British Foreign Office files dealing with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan between 1949 and 1980.

Library Extends Hours of Social Sciences Data Lab

A new, centralized lab to help students, faculty, and scholars find and analyze data is now open on the Library’s 8th Floor. Read the story for more details.

Library's Wax Cylinders Added to National Recording Registry

The Library of Congress had added UCSB Library's Vernacular Wax Cylinder Recordings collection to the National Recording Registry.

Chumash Panel to Discuss ‘Indigenous Peoples of the Americas’

A panel of three Chumash people will discuss how the Library exhibition "Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence" relates to their people, 4 pm Tuesday, May 19 in the Mary Cheadle Room.