Beginning Monday, August 4, 2014, all public photocopiers in the UB Libraries will be replaced with state-of-the-art scanners for the library public. The new scanners are free, and users can make high quality images that can be easily saved and sent directly to a USB flashdrive, email, or Google Drive.
We are pleased to offer this new scanning service in response to user demand; and moving from photocopying to scanning is environmentally the right thing to do – no paper, no toner, no plastic cards, no waste.
If you have any questions about scanning in the Libraries, or have a print/copy debit card with a remaining balance, please stop by a library circulation desk for assistance. Non-UB affiliated patrons and visitors, please note that the card reader at the printer will be removed — please plan to make alternate arrangements for printing.
Susan Davis, Acquisitions Librarian for Continuing Resources at UB Libraries, is one of the inaugural recipients of the ALCTS Honors Award given by the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services of the American Library Association. The award recognizes “outstanding contributions at all levels within ALCTS, stellar dedication to service, uncompromising commitment to excellence, willingness to accept challenges, and a sustained and exemplary record of moving ALCTS forward.” Congratulations Susan for the well-deserved honor!
Prominent Visitors to Buffalo, an exhibit currently on display in Special Collections, 420 Capen Hall, chronicles famous politicians, authors, poets, musicians and other noteworthy individuals who visited Buffalo and UB in years past, particularly during the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.
Selected photographs, along with original articles published in The Spectrum and Reporter, and related ephemera from the University Archives and the Poetry Collection, recall the Buffalo visits of Robert F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, The Clash, Allen Ginsberg, Arlo Guthrie, Muhammad Ali, Talking Heads, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Cesar Chavez, and many others.
Exhibit curator Joe Patton, MLS candidate, Library & Information Studies, will provide a tour of the Prominent Visitors exhibit on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. He’ll offer an in-depth look at the exhibit and the famous individuals who visited Buffalo and UB in past decades. We hope to see you there!
In honor of Independence Day, all University Libraries will be closed on July 4, 2014.
Celebrate the holiday by watching the fireworks display scheduled for Baird Point at Lake LaSalle on UB’s North Campus. The July 4th fireworks are the largest event that occurs at UB each year, attracting thousands of spectators. Entertainment begins at 7 p.m., so bring a blanket and get a good seat – the fireworks start at 9:45pm.
And if you’re planning to visit the UB Libraries this summer, be sure to check our schedule of hours!