Update: The use of facial coverings is strongly encouraged everywhere in the University Library, but facial coverings are required in all library classrooms through October 7.
SDSU 125 Years: Mural Honors Stories of Black Campus Leaders, May 3, 2022. Shirley Weber, Charles Bell, E. Walter Miles among the seven stories featured in 16-foot-by-8-foot mural, located on the 1st floor of the Library Addition.
Center for Comics Studies Promotes Scholarship Through Graphic Media, April 19, 2022. Supported by major grants, the new unit will unite educators and librarians across the world.
Transforming the Humanities for the Digital Age, April 13, 2022. SDSU’s Podcasting Institute has helped hundreds of graduate students and faculty learn more about sharing news, stories and conversation via digital audio files.
Library Peer Mentors to the Rescue, December 9, 2021. Hired through federal HEERF assistance, the mentors provide skills that fell by the wayside during the virtual experience of COVID-19.
Plans in Place to Grow Black Studies Collection, October 13, 2021. Aligned with SDSU's strategic plan goals, plans expand decades of University Library efforts to share the experiences and contributions of African Americans.
SDSU Library Expands DEI Commitment and Collections, Sept 20, 2021. With a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice, more than one dozen digital collections have been acquired since 2020.
National Forum to Explore Comics in Education, Aug 24, 2021. An Institute of Museum and Library Services grant places SDSU at the forefront of a proposal to merge libraries and comics for innovations in teaching and scholarship.
Community, Learning and 3D Printing, May 12, 2021. The SDSU Library build IT makerspace continues to provide students with a resource for creativity and learning.
Big Ideas for Social Justice, March 17, 2021. The five ideas aim to address homelessness, empathy, ethnic studies, and leverage comics and artificial intelligence.
The SDSU Library: Here for You, February 26, 2021. Students have multiple avenues to reach specialists for research and project assistance.
New Gift Enhances “Golden Age” Science Fiction Collection, January 25, 2021. Edward Marsh has added to his previous contibution to the SDSU Library to support the materials' preservation and accessibility.
SDSU Expands Research Resources Through Consortium of Libraries, December 7, 2020. Membership in the Center for Research Libraries makes a repository of unique and diverse international collections available to scholars.
SDSU Community Shares Books They Love, November 4, 2020. Need something to read? These recommendations won’t disappoint.
Increasing Access and Savings For Students, September 18, 2020. Many departments around campus are collaborating to save students money on course materials.