Open Access Week: Supporting Equity through Open Access

Guest post from Brandon Butler, UVA Library Director of Information Policy: It’s Open Access Week 2019! This year’s theme asks a question that needs our attention more than ever as the consensus solidifies around an open access future: Open for whom? How can … Continue reading

Join us for National Voter Registration Day, September 24!

The Library is coordinating with a number of groups on Grounds to offer voter registration opportunities on Tuesday, September 24. You may not realize… ANY UVA student who is a citizen is permitted to register to vote in Virginia. If … Continue reading

University Librarian John Unsworth one of the speakers in Festival of the Book events at Harrison/Small

The Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library plays host to several events in the 25th Anniversary of the Virginia Festival of the Book. Among other speakers at events in Harrison-Small this year, University Librarian John Unsworth will give a … Continue reading

UVA Today features Library exhibition “Encompassing Multitudes: The Song of Walt Whitman”

The latest edition of UVA Today features an article on the opening of the Library’s current exhibition “Encompassing Multitudes: The Song of Walt Whitman” in the main gallery of the Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library. The exhibition will run through July … Continue reading

The Library invites you to honor the legacy of Dr. King with the game “Factuality”

As part of UVA’s Martin Luther King celebration, the Library and the Commerce school invite you to register and come to the 3rd Floor Art Gallery of Rouss Hall and Robertson Hall on Wednesday, January 23rd  from 5:00–7:00 p.m. for a … Continue reading

Stories That Need Telling—Library’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon “Surfaces” Black Life in Charlottesville

Would you like to learn to edit Wikipedia and tell the world more about Charlottesville’s African-American community at the same time? Then register and come to the auditorium of the Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library on Friday, November … Continue reading