Below are News items in the category of News for Graduate Students

Australia to Open Publicly Financed Biomedical Research

Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council has joined the Open Access movement, requiring open access for publicly-funded research.

Studying Tonight? Free Cookies for Students at 10 PM (Tue. & Wed.) in Davidson Library!

Tuesday and Wednesday night at 10 PM during Finals Week, we'll have free cookies for students studying in Davidson Library.

Supreme Court Decision Restores Copyright Protection to Some Works Formerly in the Public Domain

A new Supreme Court decision on January 18 has restored copyright protection to works formerly considered to be in the public domain.

UCSB Reads Book Giveaway on Thursday

The library will be giving copies of this year's UCSB Reads book to students starting on Thursday.

Managing Your Intellectual Property

Maximize the reach and impact of your work while protecting your rights.

UC3: UC Curation Center

The UC Curation Center offers solutions to ensure the long-term viability and usability of curated digital content.

Free Massages are Back!

Once again, free massages are available for UCSB students on Tuesdays.

Animating the Archive: Emerging Forms of Scholarly Publishing (Open Access Week Event - November 9)

Tara McPherson (USC) will be giving a talk on November 9 as part of Open Access Week and the IHC’s Public Goods series.

UCSB Library Celebrates Open Access Week

Open Access Week focuses on the movement to make scholarly publications accessible to everyone. Join us at our Open Access Week events.

The Fog of Freedom: Liberation and Lock-in in the Age of the Internet (Open Access Week Event - October 27)

Christopher Kelty (UCLA) will be giving a talk as part of Open Access Week (October 24-30) and the IHC’s Public Goods series.