Thanks to the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive, more than 60 recordings of performances by trumpeter, composer and bandleader Don Ellis (1934-1978) are now available for your online listening pleasure.
Ginny Steel, the Norman and Armena Powell University Librarian, has been elected to chair the steering committee of the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition.
The UCLA Sephardic Archive has acquired one of the most significant collections ever assembled chronicling Los Angeles Sephardic Jewish history.
University Librarian Ginny Steel said Powell has been “one of the library’s most generous and visionary donors for many, many years, and this magnificent gift further demonstrates the strength of his support.”
Parker, UCLA deputy university librarian, in a Green Room interview Zócalo Public Square.
More than 400 — from English to Duala — according to UCLA Library staff who created an infographic to illustrate.
Gordon Davidson, the late artistic director of the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum, began his career in Los Angeles at UCLA and the university library is home to his papers.
For a child, getting a library card for the first time is a tangible expression of growth, opportunity and responsibility. It's a pre-driver's license of sorts.
UCLA deputy librarian Susan Parker joins the discussion at a Zócalo/WeHo Reads event in West Hollywood.
The history of Joe Bruin, flashcards, the pep squad and more in an exhibit at UCLA's Powell Library.
A valuable resource for research on the United Kingdom's historic vote to exit the European Union, the archive is a collection of 46 of the campaign's most important websites.
A professor of history, Terrall will also lead UCLA's Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies.
Thanks to a major grant from The Ahmanson Foundation, scholars and students will have access to digital copies of some 1,100 rare and unique Syriac and Arabic manuscripts.
Jankowska is recognized for her service to and support of sustainability at UCLA and for furthering the role of academic libraries in sustainability initiatives nationwide.
A flash exhibit by UCLA Library Special Collections staff Caroline Cubé and Annie Watanabe Rocco runs through Friday, May 13.
The UCLA alumna and faculty member was said by Martha Graham to have the rare ability to “capture the instant of a dance and transform it into a timeless gesture.”
An exhibit featuring an impressive exhibit of artifacts, letters and photographs celebrates the 50th anniversary of the tennis legend's graduation from UCLA.
UCLA Library staffers help make instructors aware of potential classroom resources that are free or low-cost alternatives.
The UCLA Library’s Special Collections staff have recaptured some of Hollywood’s finest hours in collection of 48 Los Angeles Times photographs of Academy Awards ceremonies from the 1950s to 1970s.
UCLA Library Special Collections posted online a rare interview the famously reclusive author of the classic “To Kill a Mockingbird” gave to WQXR radio host Roy Newquist in 1964.
Nominations for the 2016 Librarian of the Year Award are being accepted through March 4.
One of UCLA's major libraries for rare books and manuscripts, the Clark will digitize 300 manuscripts produced in Great Britain between 1601 and 1800.
Last chance to see the UCLA Clark Library collection that sparked a wave of practices that fine press printing and publishing houses still use today.
The collection will offer students and scholars from a wide range of disciplines insight into the philanthropist’s extraordinary business, philanthropic and civic accomplishments.
The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library will be closed to the public starting April 1, to complete a seismic retrofit of the building as well as some interior renovations.