Open Access to information – the free, immediate, online access to scholarly research, and the right to use and re-use that research as needed – has the power to transform. Join the Library for a week of interactive activities to learn more about Open Access and opportunities to take action.
Celebrate 10 years of One Book, One San Diego with the UC San Diego Library and KPBS. Hear from 2012 One Book author Zohreh Ghahremani, whose debut novel follows an unusual friendship between two very different young women who form a bond in Iran during the turbulent and dangerous 1960s.
Join the Library, UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy, and the 21st Century China Center on Tuesday, Nov 1 at 5pm for a rare short film from UC San Diego’s inaugural visit to China in 1979. Professor Paul Pickowicz and other members of the delegation will share remembrances of the visit.
Access thousands of full books online, with titles spanning the social sciences, humanities, education, health and social care, engineering and technology, urban planning, environmental management, law, and other topics.
Lou Dunst was a Holocaust survivor, businessman, and educator. In honor of his legacy, his widow Estelle has made a generous gift to support the Holocaust Living History Workshop. Join us as we celebrate Lou’s remarkable life and Estelle’s generosity. This event is free and open to the public. Click to RSVP.
Visit The Commons on the 1st floor in Geisel West, to access a robust network of resources to accelerate teaching and learning for students and faculty—from workshops to strengthen communications and writing skills, to services to support and increase the effectiveness of all instructors.