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The UCSC University Library, founded in 1965, is committed to intellectual freedom and the widest possible access to information. The University Library strengthens the UCSC academic enterprise by providing, presenting, and preserving a wide range of information resources. We utilize innovative approaches in working with faculty and students to help them discover, use, manage, and share the array of information that supports their research, teaching, and learning.

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There are 35 publications in this collection, published between 1993 and 2019.
Public Events at the Library (1)

Climate Change and Extinctions

The UCSC University Library Synergy Lecture Series is excited to welcome Distinguished Professor Dr. Barry Sinervo as our Synergy Lecturer for Spring 2013.  He will present a climate change extinction model that has been validated by known lizard extinctions, and explain how this model can be extended to other vertebrates.

Presented April 24, 2013, 3-4pm in the  Ching-Yi Dougherty Reading Room of the UCSC Science & Engineering Library.

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Library Staff Presentations and Research (34)

Biographical References to Charley Parkhurst: Charley Parkhurst and Her Times

Charley Darkey Parkhurst (1812-1878) was a legendary stage-coach driver who, upon her death was discovered that  he was  a sheShe was the first woman to vote in the U. S., on Nov. 3, 1858.

Assessing Student Demand for Library Hours at UC Santa Cruz

Poster presented at the 2014 ARL Assessment Conference, Seattle, WA. August 4-6, 2014

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Creating Evidence-Based Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Supplemental File Guidance

As a small university library, our research support efforts are focused on Early Career Researchers (ECRs) including graduate students. Many of our campus Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETDs) have supplemental files which we examined to determine what support our graduate students need. A majority of the files had significant preservation and usability issues, and basic data best practices were not being followed. Based upon this review, we created an ETD supplemental file guide, and partnered with the Graduate Division to communicate this guide to students. In this poster, we will share our supplemental file discoveries, our approach, and resources.

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