With one week left in the annual campaign, the USC Libraries' faculty and staff have surpassed last year's GNC participation level.
The USC Libraries electronic resource added three new titles in English education, engineering, architecture--as well as a comprehensive study of the river systems of North America.
JSTOR added journals in fine arts, the life sciences, Louisiana history, Near Eastern studies, political science, Slavic studies, and women's studies.
John Rabe interviewed the USC Libraries' Susan Anderson, managing director of L.A. as Subject, for Saturday's edition of the So Cal-themed radio show.
Lucien X. Polastron recently notified the libraries that he has to cancel his lecture, previously scheduled for November 6.
The program of events at the 3rd-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar has been finalized. Archives Live! will take place this Saturday, Oct. 25, in the USC Davidson Conference Center.
Barney Rosenzweig, Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning producer of Cagney & Lacey, entertained Friends of the USC Libraries members and special guests at our fall Literary Luncheon.
Historian Lucien X. Polastron will speak about his recent book, Books on Fire: The Destruction of Libraries throughout History, in Doheny Library on Nov. 6. He appears in conjunction with the USC Libraries exhibition, Biblioclasm: The Assault on Ideas from Homer to Harry Potter.
The USC Libraries have just made new online research guides available for a wide range of academic subjects, along with general research and citation guides designed for USC students.
Science and Engineering librarians Norah Xiao and Jean Crampon will give a presentation about electronic resources and library facilities on Tuesday, October 14, as part of the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) program.