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

New UC Presidential Open Access Policy Announced

A new UC Presidential Open Access Policy has been announced that extends to all UC employees, not just Senate faculty, the same goals and requirements of the Open Access Policy passed by the Academic Senate in 2013.

Textbooks and the UCSB Library

Learn more about finding textbooks through our Course Reserves service.

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.

Innovation, Copyright, and the Academy: The Reinvention of Your Scholarship (Nov. 2, 4 pm)

To conclude the Library's series of events for Open Access Week, attorney and copyright expert Kenneth D. Crews will present "Innovation, Copyright, and the Academy: The Reinvention of Your Scholarship" at 4 pm Nov. 2.

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.

June Crossroads E-newsletter Available

The June issue of Crossroads, UCSB Library's electronic newsletter, is available to read online.

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."

Ever Wondered How to Find New Books in EGSL?

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