This post was contributed by two graduate assistants in the University Libraries Systems Department, Brianna Wright and Shwetha Vaidyanathan. Catch Brianna next week on November 1 at “Advancing a Just and Open Media Landscape” talking about other work we do to support open culture. For this year’s Open Access theme, “Community over Commercialization”, we are […]
Each year in late October we celebrate International Open Access Week. This year’s theme is “Community Over Commercialization.” We invite you to look at our Open Access guide to learn more about open access, upcoming programming, and how you can participate. Look for additional blog posts this week that will share more about open access […]
We look forward to seeing our new and returning students and faculty. The Information Commons has reopened for the semester, and we are so excited for you to experience the refreshed spaces. Stop by and try a new chair.
After 15 years and millions of visits from students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members, the time has come for an Information Commons refresh. Carpeting and furniture will be replaced in the building during the summer of 2023. To ensure everyone’s safety, the Loyola Information Commons will close on May 13. The building will reopen […]
International Open Access Week is an annual October celebration of open access to research. This year’s theme “Open for Climate Justice” speaks to the work we do at Loyola on sustainability, environmental justice, and social justice. We are committed to providing a platform and opportunities to share the work Loyola faculty and students do on […]
Welcome to Open Access Week 2020, October 19-25. Open Access Week is always a chance for us to educate about what open access means and showcase ways in which the University Libraries promotes open access. This year has a special resonance, however. The disasters and reckonings of this year bring to light why open access […]