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Featured at KU Libraries

Celebrate 10 years of the Open Textbook Library, 2012-2022

KU Libraries are a proud supporter of the Open Textbook Library

In 2015, KU joined the Open Education Network, an alliance of higher education institutions committed to improving access, affordability, and academic success through the use of open textbooks.
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Expanding the Canvas of Disability

In conjunction with the 2022-23 KU Common Book, "Disability Visibility," by Alice Wong, the University of Kansas Libraries are honored to showcase the work of KU and community scholars who are centering disability within multiple disciplines.
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Social Justice Resources

The Social Justice Resources Guide provides information and resources on movements that matter.
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Native American Graves Protection Repatriation Act Guide

This guide provides federal and scholarly sources of information regarding the 1990 Native American Graves Protection Repatriation Act (NAGPRA). The guide is purposeful in centering Indigenous perspectives on Native American repatriation and its complexities through both a historical and contemporary lens.



Latest News

The University of Kansas Libraries and The Commons will host the 2023 Engaged Leaders Series, a virtual lecture program focused on community engagement and leadership, on Thursday, January 12 at 9 a.m.
The University of Kansas Libraries entered a membership program with science publisher PeerJ that allows KU researchers to publish their work at no cost.   



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