Electronic Resource & Database Access

There will be no off-campus access to Library electronic resources and databases this Friday, November 28 from 6-10pm. Library buildings are also closed for the Thanksgiving holiday during that time.

Below are News items in the category of Events

Library's "Dewey Decimators" Win UCSB United Way Tricycle Race

The Library's team, the Dewey Decimators won this year's UCSB United Way Tricycle Race.

UCSB Reads Author Lecture (Monday, March 4)

Join us for a free lecture by Joshua Foer, author of this year's UCSB Reads book -- Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything.

Grants for Innovative Projects to Promote Open Access to Data

The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) has announced a Challenge Grant program to fund innovative projects to promote open access to data.

UCSB Reads Panel Discussion: Santa Barbara Central Downtown Public Library (Feb. 20)

Join us for a multidisciplinary panel discussion about this year's UCSB Reads book with a panel of UCSB faculty.

"The Study Bean" Announced as New Name for Library Store; Students Justin Hart and Kate Wilkins Win Naming Contest

We are pleased to announce that The Study Bean has been selected as the new name, and that undergraduate students Justin Hart and Kate Wilkins are the winners of the naming contest.

Psychological Perspectives on Memory and "Moonwalking with Einstein" (Feb. 6)

Learn about the psychological perspectives on memory from local experts at this UCSB Reads panel discussion.

Artist Talk and Reception: Jan. 30, 3:30pm

The UCSB Library and Chicano Studies Institute are co-sponsoring an artist talk by Favianna Rodriguez, in conjunction with the exhibit, "Favianna Rodriguez: Art of the Activist Imagination."

Library to Host California Map Society

The Map & Imagery Lab and the University Library will be hosting a meeting of the California Map Society on February 2nd.

UCSB Reads Book Giveaway a Big Success

Hundreds of students visited the library on Thursday to pick up free copies of this year's UCSB Reads book.