The University of Kansas Libraries want to help faculty discover services and resources available to enrich teaching and research and are offering financial support to selected participants. Applications are now open for Sprints Week 2023 - a program that offers faculty and academic staff the opportunity to team up with librarians on a research or teaching project, with selected projects receiving a $1,000 stipend.
The University of Kansas Libraries want to help faculty discover services and resources available to enrich teaching and research and are offering financial support to selected participants.
A virtual visit from Alice Wong, disability rights activist and editor, will usher in several remaining activities surrounding the University of Kansas’ 10th Common Book, “Disability Visibility: First-person Stories from the Twenty-First Century.”
The University of Kansas community now has an additional reason to bookmark NYTimes.com beyond a daily attempt at Wordle. Anyone with a KU email address can access the “New York Times” for free.
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.
KU Libraries to host panel discussion and musical jam session highlighting staff, faculty and students centering disability in their work
KU Libraries will host a panel discussion and musical jam session on Wednesday, Nov.
KU Libraries have granted the 2022 David Shulenburger Award for Innovation & Advocacy in Scholarly Communication to two recipients: Dr. Shannon O’Lear, director of KU’s Environment Studies Program; and Corey Rayburn Yung, KU School of Law research professor.
KU Libraries will host a virtual talk on open access at KU in celebration of International Open Access Week on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
KU Libraries to host reception celebrating Spencer Research Library’s latest exhibit, “Keeping the Books”
KU Libraries will host a reception on Tuesday, Nov. 1 to celebrate Kenneth Spencer Research Library’s current exhibition, “Keeping the Books: The Rubinstein Collection of the Orsetti Family Business Archive.”