Below are News items in the category of News for Faculty

Publication Management System Launches at UCSB

The California Digital Library, in collaboration with UC Libraries and the Academic Senate, is pleased to announce the planned September 1 launch at UCSB of the University of California Publication Management System.

Building Project Update from University Librarian Denise Stephens

A message to the UCSB campus from University Librarian Denise Stephens with updates on the Library Addition & Renovation Project.

Library Receives Gift to Support Spatial Data Research

The UC Santa Barbara Library has received a generous anonymous gift that will support research to identify more effective technical ways of identifying spatial data.

What We're Reading This Summer

UCSB Library staff share books they plan to read this summer.

Upcoming Collection Moves -- Impact on Library Users

As we reach the end of the library renovation project, some collections will be available temporarily only through paging. Read the story for details.

On Exhibit: Weary Blues: Poetry and Jazz from Langston Hughes

On exhibit in the Arts Library through Aug. 31, 2015, this exhibition was inspired by a recent addition to the Music Library: a CD recording of "The Langston Hughes Project Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz."

On Exhibit: Symmetry & Aesthetics in Contemporary Physics: A Student Art Show

This library exhibition on display through September, 2015, showcases student work produced in the 2015 Symmetry & Aesthetics in Contemporary Physics course.

UC Launches Publication Management System in Support of Open Access Policy

By the end of Fall 2015 all UC Senate faculty will have access to a new publication management system that searches scholarly databases for faculty article records.

Ever Wondered How to Find New Books in EGSL?

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

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.