UVA Library contributes to Landscape Architecture Seminar on New York’s Central Park

A UVA Today article, “A Walk in the Park: Central Park becomes a Classroom for 15 UVA Students,” relates the experiences of UVA students enrolled in the landscape architecture seminar “Central Park: Public Space as Conceived, Perceived and Lived.” Students … Continue reading

Please bear with us: Service Interruptions as Alderman Library prepares for Renovation

As the books move out of UVA’s central grounds library into Clemons Library and Ivy Stacks to make way for renovation, public services staff will move with the books to help people find what they need. Other staff who work … Continue reading

Virgo Project Update: Virgo Classic, Course Reserves

The Virgo 4 team has an important announcement, new things to try out, and our usual request this month. First, the announcement: the Virgo Classic service will be fully retired on January 14, 2020. We are already hard at work … Continue reading

Library Resource has full Color, Archival Quality scans of Time and Life Magazines, including Ads

New! The Library offers full issues of Time and Life magazine online, cover to cover with all pictures and ads intact. Click “Research” at the top of the Library homepage; look in the A–Z list of online resources to find … Continue reading

Plans to Project Rotunda Planetarium began with discovery in Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library

According to an article in UVA Today, a plan by Ph.D. candidates Neal Curtis, Samuel Lemley, and Madeline Zehnder’s to project an early 19th century chart of the heavens on the inner dome of UVA’s Rotunda began when they discovered … Continue reading