Once again we celebrate International Open Access Week (October 23-29)—this year by thinking about the “importance of community control of knowledge sharing systems” with the theme of Community over Commercialization. SPARC organizes Open Access Week as part of its mission to “support systems for research and education that are open by default and equitable by design.” Gleeson Library invites you to take a look at open access resources and answer a brief survey…Continue reading “International Open Access Week 2023”
Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month, we’re highlighting some of our relevant e-resources along with the current show up in Thacher Gallery. Continue reading Latinx Heritage Month: E-Resources & More
The Instruction and Outreach department brainstorms a series of research skills workshops for students. Continue reading The Building Blocks of Research Series: Demystifying the Process
Animals from San Francisco SPCA’s Animal Assisted Therapy Program visited during Finals Week. Continue reading Furry Friends for Finals-Event Recap!
De-stress from studying for finals by spending quality time with animals at Gleeson Library! Continue reading Furry Friends for Finals
Welcome and welcome back! It’s mid-August as I write and every day I’m seeing more students, faculty and staff around The Hilltop – the campus is quickly returning to the vibrant, dynamic place we all enjoy. I am truly excited that there is so much news to share from Gleeson. While there were a number … Continue reading Fall 2022 Library Dean’s Update
You might have noticed a new display at the entrance of the library! We are showcasing our Books to Movies collection. This display gives patrons a glimpse of the books in our collection that have recently been or will be turned into films or tv series! If you want to read the book first, now … Continue reading Gleeson Library’s Book to Movies Display
Shola Richards, the CEO and Founder of Go Together Global™, delivers a motivational speech in a special professional development event for USF faculty and staff. Continue reading Go Together: Shola Richards Inspires USF
The first of April marks the first day of National Sexual Assault awareness month. The purpose of the Sexual Assault Awareness Month is to raise awareness about what Sexual Assault is and to educate our communities on how to prevent sexual violence. The organization of this campaign is created by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. They collaborate every year with assistance from various anti-sexual assault organizations throughout the United States. Sexual Assault Awareness Month officially got its start in 2001, when the National Sexual Violence Resource Center founded the campaign. Continue reading Gleeson Library Observing Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Consider donating to Gleeson Library for USF’s biggest fundraising campaign of the year, Day of the Dons! Continue reading Happy Day of the Dons!