These are new ebooks on green chemistry acquired by the UCSB Library.
Practical sustainability strategies : how to gain a competitive advantage
To protect your privacy as well as your IDs and passwords, please remember to log out of any web-based sites you use on Library computers (eg. email, GauchoSpace, Gold, banking sites) and close your browser before walking away.
It is also important to log out of a computer session. If you do not log out, other users can “tie up” your ID and you may not be able to log back in to a computer workstation.
This week is your last chance to see (and hear) the Library's exhibition Images of Africa, on display in Special Research Collections on the Third Floor. The exhibition's final day will be Thursday, January 29.
The only eyes I see are those of a little girl; hidden amongst the sheets of her bed, beside hollow shelving.
For nursing mothers, Davidson Library once again has a lactation room that provides convenient access to a private, clean, safe space to breastfeed or express breast milk. The room is one of five around campus, including another in the Arts Library (click here for additional locations). Four of the five rooms are equipped with high-quality breast pumps, including those in Davidson Library (Room 2549) and the Arts Library (Room 2407B).
As part of our campus-wide site license, everyone with a UCSB netID has access to Esri's ArcGIS online. But what can you do with it?
The UCSB Library has acquired new ebooks on nanoparticles:
Handbook of nanomaterials properties
The teenagers, all girls, are identified only by their initials — “C.T.,” “B.N.,” “D.” Because they are minors, we don’t see their faces. But UCSB Art Professor and photographer Richard Ross, in his series of still photographs, has captured their raw pain, loneliness, and humanity anyway.