Below are News items in the category of Special Collections

Redesigned UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive Goes Live

The UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive (formerly the Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project) has been redesigned and relaunched with enhanced compatibility and mobility, as well as improved navigation and search functions.

Building Project Update from University Librarian

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

Talk: "Audio Preservation: A National Plan" (Fri., Sept. 25, 1pm)

Sam Brylawski, co-director of UCSB’s Discography of American Historical Recordings, will present a talk titled "Audio Preservation: A National Plan."

Library Week of Welcome Passport Tours: Sept. 21-23

Take a Passport Tour of the Library during UCSB's Week of Welcome, Sept. 21-23.

Library Welcomes New Head of Special Research Collections

Meet Danelle Moon, UCSB Library's new Head of Special Research Collections.

Bob Bason Donates Capra Press Publisher's Collection

Robert E. “Bob” Bason of Santa Barbara recently donated 580 books published by Capra Press, along with more than 360 letters and related items, to UCSB Library’s Special Research Collections.

Extended: We Remember Them: Acts of Love and Compassion in Isla Vista Exhibition

The exhibition "We Remember Them: Acts of Love and Compassion in Isla Vista" has been extended and will be on display through Aug. 13 in UCSB's Red Barn (Old Gym).

On Exhibit: For the People, By the People: Government at Work in Santa Barbara County 1850-1950

UCSB is involved in a project to digitize, preserve, and store historic minute books of the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors dating back to 1850.

Travel Channel Features Flag from Library's Collection

The Travel Channel show "Mysteries at the Museum" is airing an episode that includes a segment about a UFW flag in the Library's Special Research Collections.

Upcoming Collection Moves -- Impact for Library Users

We are eagerly anticipating the completion of the Library Addition and Renovation project, and with that, the move of various collections into their new, respective areas.