Check out five upcoming events for those who love reading, crafting, eclipses, and more. All Library events are free.
According to UVA students, Alderman Library is “the new place to be on Grounds.” Read our story to find out why.
As we continue celebrating Black history, we’re taking a look at how the success of “Visions of Progress” inspired the UVA Library curatorial team to continue examining Black life a century ago through two more exhibitions.
UVA Library’s new guide, “Generative AI at UVA,” features links and information about artificial intelligence, including ethical use, citations, considerations for use, and more. Librarians hope that the guide will help users to not only learn how to use AI tools, but also to critically analyze their impact on media, society, and ethics through using them.
The main library opened its doors to the University community for the first time in nearly four years on Jan. 8 after a major renovation project transformed the building.
Take a look at our extensive list and check some books out for the holidays.
The Library’s Director of Information Policy explains the importance of developing publication models that provide services authors and readers value without exploiting either group in the way that commercial publishers too often do.
From “Killers of the Flower Moon” to a pandemic novel by Louise Erdrich, our librarians have recommendations for exploring American Indian culture and history.
The Library’s Director of Information Policy highlights the difference between open access as a copyright choice, open access as a compliance step, and open access as a business model for commercial publishers.
Library curators put out a call this past summer for contemporary artists to create works that would explore or respond to poems by Harlem Renaissance authors. The selection committee members selected contemporary artists with connections to UVA and Charlottesville, whose work is now on display with the exhibition.