On Friday, October 28 at 1:30pm, John Paul Gallagher will offer a gallery talk about his photographic exhibition "The Other Malecon," about the people who live around El Malecon, the boardwalk area in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. The exhibition is currently on view in the Library's Ocean Gallery.
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 4 pm
Pacific Views Lecture: "On Thin Ice: Antarctic Biology in a Changing Ocean"
This year's International Open Access (OA) Week theme "Open in Action" is about taking concrete steps to open up research and scholarship and encouraging others to do the same. Drop by the UCSB Library Paseo during the week of October 24 for free publisher swag and information on open access publishing, copyright, the UC Open Access Policy, the UC Publication Management system, and eScholarship. The table will be staffed 12-1pm daily.
Public data from social media provides a rich context for exploring topics and asking questions that relate to all aspects of the human experience. To help you get started in this area, the UCSB Library's Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory is offering a series of four workshops during Fall 2016 to provide an orientation to tools, techniques, and considerations for working with Twitter data.
The UCSB Current announced that Joseph Incandela has been selected as the 61st annual faculty research lecturer. According to the Current: On Monday, October 17, Incandela will deliver a lecture titled “Searching for the Genetic Code of Our Universe.” The highest honor bestowed upon a UCSB professor by his or her peers, the lecture recognizes extraordinary scholarly distinction.
Here are some of Professor Incandela’s most highly cited works:
Want to learn the basics of GIS? Need to make a map of your research results, but don't know where to start? This hands-on workshop will give you experience working with common mapping and spatial analysis techniques.
Date: Monday, 11/7, 9:00-noon
Instructor: Tom Brittnacher