A rare and beautiful printing of Dr. King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” is housed in the Donahue Rare Book Room. Continue reading Dr. King’s Legacy Preserved in the Donohue Rare Book Room
Animals from San Francisco SPCA’s Animal Assisted Therapy Program visited during Finals Week. Continue reading Furry Friends for Finals-Event Recap!
Content alert: One of the titles in the list below uses a racist word for Black people. Read more about the Libraries’ approach to racist language that appears in our collection in our Harmful Language Statement.
Gleeson selectors and faculty requests have added ebooks on Black art and thought, the environment, propaganda, and more…Continue reading “New ebooks November 15, 2022”
In celebration, here are a number of significant library databases delving deeply into Native American culture, history, and activism. Continue reading Key Databases for Native American Heritage Month
Celebrate Open Access Week by delving into the OAPEN Library ebook collection! We’ve added records to the library catalog for over 21,000 titles.Continue reading “OAPEN Library: Open Access ebooks for you”
Interested in making your research open access? Learn how to use Sherpa Romeo to determine the copyright status of your scholarly articles. Continue reading Make Your Research Open Access: Using Sherpa Romeo
Happy Latinx Heritage Month from Gleeson Library! Continue reading Latinx Heritage Month 2022
San Francisco’s first Catholic newspaper THE MONITOR was published by the city’s Archdiocese from 1858 to 1984. Gleeson has the most complete holdings of the newspaper in existence as part of our microfilm collection. Learn more about this resource. Continue reading The Monitor: San Francisco’s First Catholic Newspaper
In October and March of each year, Gleeson Library/Geschke Center offers short-term trials of databases and other electronic resources we are considering adding to our collection. Current students, staff, and faculty may contact their library liaison to suggest a database to trial or to add to a wishlist. This semester we are trialing several databases, which you can access … Continue reading Fall Database Trials
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