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October Crossroads E-newsletter Available

The October issue of Crossroads, the Library's digital newsletter, is available to read online.

Open Access Week Programs at the Library (Oct. 19-Nov. 2, 2015)

Join us for discussions on open access and other scholarly-publishing topics during Open Access Week at the Library.

Talk: "Audio Preservation: A National Plan" (Fri., Sept. 25, 1pm)

Sam Brylawski, co-director of UCSB’s Discography of American Historical Recordings, will present a talk titled "Audio Preservation: A National Plan."

Library Week of Welcome Passport Tours: Sept. 21-23

Take a Passport Tour of the Library during UCSB's Week of Welcome, Sept. 21-23.

September 'Crossroads' E-newsletter Available

The September issue of "Crossroads," the Library's monthly electronic newsletter, is available to read online.

Alumni Photo Contest Winners Announced

The UCSB Library has announced the alumni winners of its historical photo contest.
Events, Outreach, General News

Next Pacific Views Speaker: Giovanni Vigna (Tues., April 28, 4pm)

UCSB computer science professor Giovanni Vigna will discuss malware as the next speaker in the Pacific Views: Library Speaker Series.

UCSB Reads: Piper Kerman Author Talk (Wed., April 15, 8 pm)

Piper Kerman, author of "Orange Is the New Black," will present a free talk in UCSB's Campbell Hall at 8 pm Wednesday, April 15.

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.

UCSB Reads: Writers' Cafe Panel (Wed., April 8, 4 pm)

A UCSB Reads panel titled "Writing from Life" will feature a discussion about writing, publishing, and teaching memoir, creative nonfiction, and fiction.