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We are pleased to introduce the 2019 winners of the Norma J. Lang Prize for Undergraduate Information Research. The Lang Prize recognizes undergraduates who make exceptional use of library resources, services and expertise — such as primary source materials and special collections, online databases and journal articles, interlibrary loan services, ...
June 13, 2019
Through a new UC Davis Library membership agreement with open access journal publisher, Frontiers, authors who publish in any of Frontier’s open access journals will enjoy a 7.5% discount on article processing charges (APCs) through the end of 2019. The library plans to negotiate a 10% discount for authors starting in ...
June 13, 2019 • Heather N Hayashi
If you use the personal lists feature in the UC Melvyl catalog, you need to take the steps outlined here before June 17 to ensure continued access to your personal lists. On June 17, UC Davis will transition from Melvyl on WorldCat Local to Melvyl on WorldCat Discovery.  Taking the ...
June 12, 2019
Driven by climate change, catastrophic wildfires may be the new normal in California. Seven of the 20 deadliest and most destructive fires in the state’s history have been in the last five years. 600,000 acres — five percent of the state — have burned. Yet the implications for agriculture, including ...
June 11, 2019 • Jessica Nusbaum
This summer, the library will combine its Special Collections department and its Archives and Institutional Assets program to form a new department: Archives and Special Collections. Special Collections houses, stewards, and provides students and researchers with access to the library’s rare books, ...
June 10, 2019 • Jessica Nusbaum
Theme for the week: Let’s Roll (Wall Maps) Date:  June 3-21, 2019 As a staple of every elementary school classroom, rolled wall maps are the best way to view the world at large.  Rolled wall maps come in sizes as small as a poster to as big as a ...
June 4, 2019 • Ben Andrews