The Magnum Photos photographic cooperative will soon add a selection of digital images to the ARTstor eresource offered by the USC Libraries. The photographs include major events and personalities from the Spanish Civil War through the present.
Norah Xiao of the Science and Engineering Library recently published an article about the use of blogs, social bookmarking, RSS feeds, and other Web 2.0 tools to connect with users and enhance library services.
The Korean American Calligraphy Association presented work by the prominent calligrapher Myoung Won Kwon to USC's Korean Heritage and East Asian Libraries at a November 17 ceremony.
New journals added in history, library studies, linguistics, literature, logic, mathematics, philosophy, and statistics.
The USC Libraries electronic resource JSTOR now offers new journals in finance, folk music, history of science, linguistics, museum studies, and other academic fields.
USC's Chronicle profiled the USC business librarian and other Trojan faculty and staff who previously served in the military. A reception was held yesterday at the University Club in appreciation of all Trojan veterans.
The libraries collaborated with the USC Viterbi School of Engineering to make the telecommunication pioneer's scientific papers and rare family materials available in the USC Libraries Digital Archive.
Michaela Ullmann of the USC Libraries spoke with the celebrated actor, director, and producer at Villa Aurora. He worked closely with Alfred Hitchcock and appeared such films as Saboteur, Spellbound, Dead Poets Society, and The Age of Innocence.
The Emmy-winning producer of Cagney & Lacey shares his thoughts about politics, family, and the TV business in video from the October 16 event.
Stephanie Bonjack contributes a chapter to A Leadership Primer for New Librarians, recently published by Chandos in the UK.