First floor of Clemons closed for repairs; expected to re-open early February

Unexpected leaks from the lower patio on Clemons Library have unfortunately led to leakage on the first floor, necessitating a closure of the first floor study spaces and stacks for repair. At this time, the space is expected to re-open … Continue reading

2021: A full year like no other

Through January, we’re publishing year-in-review highlights from FY2021. Download a full PDF of this year’s Annual Report to read more! In summer 2020, the University knew a lot more about the coronavirus pandemic than it did when it began in the spring. … Continue reading

Announcing Friends of the Library

Through January, we’re publishing year-in-review highlights from FY2021. Download a full PDF of this year’s Annual Report to read more. This week we’re focusing on the fact that the Library works because of your support! With UVA’s third century underway and the … Continue reading

Bibliographical Society continues support through “poetical works”

Through January, we’re publishing year-in-review highlights from FY2021. Download a full PDF of this year’s Annual Report to read more. This week we’re focusing on the fact that the Library works because of your support! The Bibliographical Society of the University of … Continue reading

Mapping 300 years of American history with the Seymour I. Schwartz Collection

Through January, we’re publishing year-in-review highlights from FY2021. Download a full PDF of this year’s Annual Report to read more! This week we’re looking at mapping the physical world. In October of 2020, a delivery truck pulled into McCormick Road and parked … Continue reading

Making Noise in the Library: An interview with Composer Greg C. Brown

From Amy Hunsaker, Librarian for Music & the Performing Arts: The Making Noise in the Library series, generously supported by a grant from the UVA Arts Council, is a program that brings UVA artists into the Music Library for free performances. This … Continue reading

Aperio seeks Faculty for Advisory Board

From Dave Ghamandi, Managing Editor of Aperio: Aperio, UVA’s open access press and a service of the UVA Library, is seeking faculty volunteers to fill our Advisory Board. Interested full-time faculty are encouraged to submit an expression of interest. The … Continue reading

(Re-)Connecting Equity and Open Knowledge at UVA 

Today we continue with International Open Access Week, and this year’s theme is, “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity.” Open Access Week is a time for the international community to work together to take significant steps toward making … Continue reading

Open Access Week: Publishing and Research

Today we continue with International Open Access Week, and this year’s theme is, “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity.” Open Access Week is a time for the international community to work together to take significant steps toward … Continue reading

Welcome to Open Access Week!

Today kicks off International Open Access Week, and this year’s theme is, “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity.” Open Access Week is a time for the international community to work together to take significant steps toward making … Continue reading