Below are News items in the category of Technology

Coming Soon: UCSB Library Website Redesign

The UCSB Library website (www.library.ucsb.edu) is about to get a major facelift.

Alexandria 2.0: Making the Old New Again

UCSB Library’s online platform for storing and making accessible the Library’s unique collections of digital research materials, including images, text, streamed music and video, and numeric and geospatial data.

Workshop: Social Media Data for Research (Nov. 14)

UCSB Library's Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory is offering a series of workshops during Fall 2016 to provide an orientation to tools, techniques, and considerations for working with Twitter data.

Upgrade of Wireless Access Points

On Tuesday, November 1 and Thursday, November 3, the wireless access points on the Ocean Side of the Library will be upgraded by campus Enterprise Technology Services.

Workshop: Introduction to GIS using ArcMap (Nov. 7)

Hands-on introductory workshop to GIS being offered in the Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory.

The Digital Humanities Revolution: Supporting 21st Century Scholarship (Oct. 20)

A scholar, publisher, and an administrator share their work and views on the digital humanities, scholarly publishing, and strategies for supporting and sustaining 21st century scholarship.

Mac Computers Added to Learning Commons

9 Macintosh computers with 3D modeling and design software now available to UCSB students, faculty, and staff in the Learning Commons.

University Librarian Joins Digital Public Library of America Board

The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) has welcomed University Librarian Denise Stephens to its Board of Directors.

Library Part of Eduroam Wireless Network

The UCSB Library is now part of the Eduroam network, which acts as a worldwide wireless hotspot.

WEST Libraries Archive 500,000 Volumes

Member libraries of the Western Regional Storage Trust (WEST, a shared repository program for print journalis in the western region of the United States, has achieved a major milestone: 500,000 volumes archived.