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The Physical Sciences and Engineering Library (PSEL), which has been temporarily closed since June 14 to allow for asbestos abatement and installation of fire sprinklers and fire alarms as part of the QMAP Renovations and Seismic Retrofit project, had been scheduled to reopen on September 23 in time for Fall Quarter. ...
September 10, 2019
Michael Ladisch leads the library’s Scholarly Communications Program, which supports UC Davis researchers on a range of scholarly communications and publishing matters such as open access publishing, publishing agreements and copyright issues, citation analysis, and how to use the ORCID identifier. He joined ...
August 8, 2019 • Jessica Nusbaum
Last summer we proudly announced that the UC Davis Library now offers all members of our campus community free online access to The New York Times.  Our campus-wide license continues, but if you are faculty or staff, you need to re-authenticate yearly to maintain access — so if you signed ...
August 6, 2019
Theme for the week: Wilderness Areas Date: August 5-23, 2019 Wilderness Areas are designated federal lands appointed by Congress. Their main objective is to reserve areas in which nature can prosper without any disturbance. The Wilderness Act of 1964 paved the way for this to occur. Now the USDA ...
August 2, 2019 • Virginia Parra
Theme for the week: The Moon Landing Quinquagenary Date July 16 – August 2, 2019 “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” -Neil Armstrong Fifty years ago Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first two people to step foot on the ...
July 16, 2019 • Ben Andrews
Last week, Elsevier discontinued the University of California’s access to 2019 articles, and older articles in some of its journals. Articles published before 2019 in the vast majority of journals used by UC scholars continue to be available via ...
July 15, 2019