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Good news, Aggies! We heard your concerns about the spotty wi-fi in the Main Reading Room and partnered with campus Information and Educational Technology (IET) to buy additional wireless access points, which have now been installed. The added technology should boost the wi-fi speed and coverage in that part of ...
March 19, 2019
Winter quarter is wrapping up, which means CoHo@Shields and our extended hours are back! CoHo@Shields Coffee, tea, fresh fruit, baked goods and snacks will be available for you to purchase and enjoy while you study! The CoHo table will be located inside the lobby of Shields. Shields After ...
March 13, 2019
Every Wednesday 12-1pm we have a get together with interested folks on the health sciences side of campus to discuss important library tools and resources on the main campus.  Please bring a laptop and lunch to this regular event.         ...
March 8, 2019 • Erik Davis Fausak
We’re grateful for all of the women who’ve helped to build the wine industry. Today we came across an article on MaryAnn Graf in Leon Adams’ archive — Box 1. Graf was the first woman to graduate from UC Davis with a degree in Fermentation Sciences, in 1965. In ...
March 8, 2019 • Jullianne Ballou
Course Reserves is an easy, cost-effective way to set aside the books, articles, DVDs or more that your students need to succeed in your class. Instructors, TAs, and course Designers may submit Course Reserves reading lists directly from the Canvas course site now. If you haven’t done so before, or ...
March 8, 2019 • Bonnie Hain-Anderson
Theme for the week: West Coast, Best Coast Date March 6-22, 2019 Spring break is just around the corner, and many UC Davis students will be sticking to the Pacific Coast states this vacation. To help plan your next trip, the Map Collection is showcasing recreational maps of California, Washington, ...
March 6, 2019 • Jeanelle Wan