University Libraries News

New Films - 2017
Welcome to the AUS Department's RSS feed for new items added to the SGA and Ekstrom Film Collections. Please note - when items first appear on these lists it may take between 1-2 business days before they reach their respective shelving locations.
Libraries Present Webinar on Social Movements: "How Does the Past Inform Today?"
Webinar on Key Primary Source Collections for Research in Social Movements, Tuesday, March 28 in Ekstrom W102
New Features added to Scientific Database
New Features in Web of Science include author h-indices, funding sources, and journal impact factors.
New Books in Ekstrom Library - 2017
Welcome to the AUS Department's RSS feed for new items added to the Ekstrom book stacks and collections. Items on these lists represent a sample of items added to the collections during each month. For item availability please check the Discovery tool on the main Library page.
Student Research Contest Winner Exhibits at Art Library
The Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library is proud to present the winner of the first Art Library Research Contest: Helen Payne (MFA 2019), and her exhibit, "The ABCs of Weights and Measures," which runs from February 2 through March 31, 2017.
Feb 3: Belknap Campus libraries are open
It’s Bean Awhile: Starbucks Opens in Ekstrom Library on January 17
Starbucks to open January 17 in Ekstrom Library
New Films - 2016
Welcome to the AUS Department's RSS feed for new items added to the SGA and Ekstrom Film Collections. Please note - when items first appear on these lists it may take between 1-2 business days before they reach their respective shelving locations.
Online Access to the DSM-5 Library now available through UofL Libraries
University Libraries now offer online access to the DSM-5 through the American Psychiatric Association! In addition to this title University faculty, staff, and students can access the DSM-5 Handbook of Differential Diagnosis, DSM-5 Clinical Cases, and the Spanish Edition of the Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria from DSM-5.
What is the Learning Commons in Ekstrom Library?
The University Libraries' Learning Commons in Ekstrom Library is a central information hub that provides supportive services for students for a variety of projects. Come celebrate the new semester with cider and donuts on Jan. 12 in Ekstrom's 1st Floor East.
Ekstrom Library Extended Hours Continue Through Spring 2017
Ekstrom Library’s east side will continue to stay open until 2 a.m. Sunday through Thursday through the Spring 2017 semester.
New Acquisition Tells Story of Pre-Civil War Advocacy for Emancipation in Kentucky
University Libraries welcomed donors to Archives and Special Collections to review: “Address to the people of Kentucky on the subject of emancipation.”
BrowZine Trial - Feedback Needed
University Libraries Offer Online Access to the Chronicle of Higher Education
The University of Louisville Libraries now offer online access to the full text of the Chronicle of Higher Education, one of the leading sources of information about academic affairs. The Chronicle is fully searchable from 1989 to the present.
New Digital Institutional Repository: ThinkIR
ThinkIR, UofL's new digital institutional repository, collects and preserves the academic work of the university.
Ekstrom Library and SGA Partner to Extend Hours in Library’s East Side
New Hours in Ekstrom Library beginning Fall 2016 keep east side open until 2 a.m. Sunday-Thursday.
Check it Out -- Libraries' New Room Reservation System
A new scheduling system streamlines room reservations in Ekstrom, the Art Library and the Music Library. Additionally, students may now reserve study rooms on the first floor of Ekstrom.
New Furniture in Ekstrom Library's 2W
Comfortable seating and popular counter-height tables arrive in Ekstrom's Second Floor, West Side
Winners Take Home Smart Money
As part of Money Smart Week @ Your Library, UofL students participated in a “Finding Money for College Student Scavenger Hunt,” which featured cash prizes ranging from $200-$500.
University Libraries now offer access to New England Journal of Medicine (1812-present)
The Libraries have added all issues of the New England Journal of Medicine to our holdings.