Theme for the week: Literary Maps January 29-Feburary 7, 2018 Read a novel and follow a map. Through the imagery of words your imagination can take you to different places in the world as you read a book or a novel. The Map Collection has a few maps ...
January 29, 2018 • Dawn Collings
Starting today, instructors have a new way of creating reading lists and coordinating with the library on Course Reserves through Canvas. This new process allows you to easily build comprehensive resource lists and delivers them directly into Canvas, as well as providing library support to ensure content is available and ...
January 29, 2018 • Neil Weingarten
Members of the UC Davis community are invited to attend open campus meetings to learn about a project coming soon to the Physical Sciences and Engineering Library. These meetings are scheduled for: Friday, January 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Monday, January 29 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ...
January 23, 2018
Theme for the week: North is Not Up January 22-26, 2018 Ever wondered what the world looks like upside down? Come see our awesome maps that depicts North in all directions, besides up. Our collection includes maps of the old world, when they believed not only that earth was ...
January 22, 2018 • Dawn Collings
Theme for the week: San Joaquin Valley January 16-19, 2018 San Joaquin Valley, southern part of the Central Valley, is a place where greatness grows. Mostly surrounded by agricultural land, the valley is fruitful with farms and adorable towns. The valley of eight counties stretches from the Tehachapi ...
January 16, 2018 • Dawn Collings
For every book or reading assigned on your course syllabus, the library has another source, which can help explain, interpret, and help you better understand the context of your course. If you are looking for a head start this quarter, meet with a librarian at the Library Research Consult desk. ...
January 9, 2018