While you were away—what’s new in the Library for Fall 2019

More than usual is new in the Library at the beginning of this fall semester, now that Alderman Library is on the verge of being transformed into a beautiful, safe, and more functional space. ALDERMAN BOOKS ARE MOVING Before construction … Continue reading

Support open source Public Domain Song Anthology, published by Aperio

The Library is proud to announce that the first musical score of the Music Library Association Open Edition Series, the Public Domain Song Anthology, will be published by the Library’s open source venture, Aperio. The project—a collaboration between the UVA Library, the Peabody … Continue reading

Register Now for a Library Workshop!

Get the semester off to a successful start! Check out the Library events calendar and register now for any of the Library’s workshops being offered through November 15. Let expert instructors take you from the basics through the latest technology, … Continue reading

The Library Introduces Aperio Journals—Opening Research to the World!

Imagine an academic environment where publishers don’t charge to process articles, and students never have to pass up a course because textbooks are too expensive. The Library and the University of Virginia Press have joined forces to make the dream … Continue reading

No Big Deal: FSU Cancels Elsevier Bundle, Citing Outdated Model and Out-of-Control Cost

The following article was written by Library Director of Information Policy Brandon Butler and posted on his behalf The Florida State University Library announced this week that they will no longer subscribe to the comprehensive bundle of journals (sometimes called … Continue reading

UVA Library Contributes to Open Source Anthology of 18th & 19th Century Literature

According to an article in UVA Today, many students download online copies of public domain works when they’re assigned in class. After all, why pay for an expensive edition from the bookstore when you can have the book for free? … Continue reading