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Collaboratory Director Wins Nyholm Prize

Stephanie Tulley, interim director of the Library’s new Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory, has received UCSB Library's 2015 Amy and Jens Nyholm Prize.

Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS (Mon., May 23, 9 am)

UCSB Library's Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) and Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory (IRC) will host an "Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS" workshop from 9 to 11 am Monday, May 23.

Next Pacific Views Speaker: Carl Gutiérrez-Jones (Tue., Apr. 12, 4 pm)

Carl Gutiérrez-Jones, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, will present "Science Fiction and Creative Self-Destruction" as part of UCSB Library's Pacific Views: Library Speaker Series, 4 pm Tuesday, April 12.

Library Welcomes New Humanities Data Curator

Thomas G. Padilla is UCSB Library's first-ever Humanities Data Curator.

UCSB Reads: Community Policing and ‘Just Mercy’ (Tue., April 5, 6 pm)

As part of UCSB Reads 2016, the Library will host a roundtable discussion, "Community Policing and 'Just Mercy,'" at 6 pm Tuesday, April 5.

On Exhibit: Art of Science Competition Winners

Winning entries in the 2016 Art of Science Competition are on display in UCSB Library's Tower Gallery (1st Floor, Ocean Side).

Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS (Tue., Apr. 19, 11 am)

UCSB Library's Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) and Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory (IRC) will host an "Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS" workshop from 11 am to 1 pm Tuesday, April 19.

Exhibition: "Modes of Codex"

The exhibition is on display from January 28 through June 12, 2016, “Modes of Codex” features rare books, manuscripts, artist books, illuminations, and other treasured texts from the Library’s Special Research Collections.

Teaching Exhibitions on Display in Library

Two teaching exhibitions will be on display in the Library’s new Art & Architecture Collection in collaboration with UCSB’s Art, Design, & Architecture (AD&A) Museum.

UC Libraries Approve New Taylor & Francis Journal Package

Following recently concluded negotiations with Taylor & Francis, the University of California Libraries have approved a new license for all Taylor & Francis journals through 2018.