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Tired of High Textbook Costs? RSVP for Student Forum on Open Educational Resources

The Library is looking for students to participate in a May 15 (1-2pm) student forum about open educational resources.

Event: Electronic Theses and Dissertations and the Publishing Landscape (Mon. May 5, 4pm)

Do open access ETDs diminish publishing opportunities in the social sciences and humanities? Gail McMillan will present the results of a study of publishers' attitudes toward open access ETDs.

Event: Grad Slam Preliminary Round (April 8, 3pm)

On Tuesday, April 8, the Library will host one of the Grad Slam Preliminary Rounds as part of the Graduate Student Showcase.

Curators' Talk: The Emergence of the Bill of Rights (Mar. 6, 4pm)

Professors William B. Warner and Patricia Cline Cohen will speak about the new exhibition in Special Collections titled "The Emergence of the Bill of Rights," which they curated.

UCSB Reads Author Timothy Egan to Offer In-Person & Online Events (Mar. 4 & 5)

Timothy Egan offers events on March 4 & 5
Events, UCSB Reads, General News

Ray Ford: History of Fire in Santa Barbara (Wed. Feb. 26, 4pm)

Journalist Ray Ford will give a talk in the Library titled "History of Fire in Santa Barbara: Perceptions and Misconceptions."

UCSB Reads Author Timothy Egan to Offer Live Online Interview

For the first time this year, the UCSB Library invites alumni, parents and friends who cannot travel to campus the opportunity to participate in UCSB Reads by joining a live online chat and interview with author Timothy Egan.
Events, UCSB Reads, General News

UCSB Reads Faculty Panel (Thurs. Feb. 20, 6pm, SB Public Library)

A panel of UCSB faculty from multiple disciplines will discuss the UCSB Reads selection, The Big Burn.
Events

Brown Bag Discussion of the UCSB Reads Book (Wed. Feb. 5, 12pm)

Bring your lunch and join us at the Library on Feb. 5 for a brown bag book discussion of The Big Burn by Timothy Egan.

UCSB Reads Faculty Panel (Jan. 29, 4pm)

Bren School professors will introduce the SERI Fire research initiative, which is bringing together an interdisciplinary team in pursuit of new strategies for managing wildfire under conditions of climate change.