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KU University Senate approves resolution supporting open access

KU’s University Senate unanimously approved a resolution adopting principles of open access at the university. 

KU Libraries announce winners of 64th annual Snyder Book Collecting Contest

The University of Libraries announced the winners of the 64th annual Snyder Book Collecting Contest at the awards presentation on April 21.

Faculty and Instructor Programming for the 2022-23 Common Book, “Disability Visibility”

KU Libraries, the Hall Center for the Humanities and the Division of Academic Success are excited to kick-off the 2022-23 Common Book, “Disability Visibility” by Alice Wong, at Red Hot Reading on Friday, April 15 at The Commons.

KU Libraries to host the Snyder Book Collecting Contest awards ceremony

KU Libraries will present the winners of the annual Snyder Book Collecting Contest at an awards ceremony on Thursday, April 21, featuring Danny Caine, author and owner of Raven Bookstore, as the keynote speaker. 

KU Libraries announce 2022 Alyce Hunley Whayne Visiting Researchers

KU Libraries are excited to announce the recipients of the 2022 Alyce Hunley Whayne Visiting Researchers Travel Award.

KU Libraries reach agreement with the Public Library of Science to waive author fees for KU researchers

KU Libraries has joined a partnership with the Public Library of Science (PLOS) that waives author fees for Lawrence campus researchers.

KU Libraries announce the 2022 Textbook Heroes cohort in celebration of Open Education Week

In celebration of Open Education Week, March 7-11, the University of Kansas Libraries and the Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright are pleased to announce the 2022 Textbook Heroes cohort.

KU Libraries accepting entries to Snyder Book Collecting Contest

KU Libraries announces an open call for entries to its annual Snyder Book Collecting contest, which awards KU undergraduate and graduate students for their collections of books, digital items, graphic novels, music, and film that share a particular subject, topic, or theme. 

KU Libraries' "Sitting in a Circle" exhibition to open March 10 in Haricombe Gallery

The University of Kansas Libraries will open a new exhibition in Watson Library’s Haricombe Gallery on March 10.

KU announces selection of the 2022-23 Common Book

The University of Kansas’ Common Book program is pleased to announce that the 2022-23 selection is Disability Visibility: First-person Stories from the Twenty-First Century, edited by disability rights activist Alice Wong. This anthology of personal essays by disabled people explore

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Christy McWard
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