Libraries News

LibroMobile Arts Cooperative founder Sarah Rafael García (center right) with UCI students Kaye Regalado (left), Inez Rosales (center left), and Chloe Ford (right).
March 24, 2023

With the support of UCI Libraries Special Collections and Archives, LibroMobile Arts Cooperative, a hybrid nonprofit bookstore as well as arts cooperative in Santa Ana, California, has started a community archiving project.

Former UCI Asian American Studies Assistant Professor Mitsuye Yamada (far right) and others.
March 1, 2023

UCI Libraries invite you to celebrate this Women’s History Month with the help of our resources.

Old Town Irvine East Facing
February 8, 2023

The Old Town Irvine exhibit offers a glance into the city of Irvine in the 1980s. A few of its photographs are from UCI Libraries Special Collections and Archives.

UCI Libraries logo with a blue and yellow background
February 3, 2023

UCI Libraries' information literacy training and research support helps improve entrepreneurship competition teams’ competition scores 

Black History Month
February 1, 2023

Collections of UCI Libraries resources and materials that highlight the history, heritage, art, and scholarship of Black Americans

University Librarian Lorelei Tanji with Anteater Spirit curators Carolyn Downey, Jenna Dufour, and Faith Lam
January 25, 2023

Meet the curators who created Langson Library’s newest exhibit, Anteater Spirit: Student Activism That (Re)shaped UCI, 1965 to Now.

Collage showing Academic Video Online, Docuseek, Kanopy, and Swank Digital Campus
January 11, 2023

Current UCI students, faculty, and staff can stream hundreds of thousands of media titles for free with UCI Libraries’ streaming subscriptions.

UCI Libraries' copy of William Shakespeare’s First Folio open to its cover page
January 4, 2023

William Shakespeare’s First Folio is the most expensive piece of literature ever auctioned. The crowning gem in UCI Libraries’ Special Collections and Archives, the volume is shared with UCI students, faculty, and the surrounding community throughout the year.

Red neon sign that reads "open late"
November 30, 2022

Library hours at the Gateway Study Center, Langson Library, and Science Library will be temporarily extended for finals.

Library Assistant Supervisor Antoinette Avila and a student pose in front of a white board that says "Get research help here!" and features an anteater drawing.
November 21, 2022

Get Research Help, a new drop-in research assistance pilot program for students, is now available in Langson Library.