The University of Virginia is a partner in the Digital Public Library of America, the first nationwide online public library, which launches April 18.
With help from the library, a University of Virginia environmental scientist is working to gather atmospheric data by remote-controlled hexacopter.
As the term “big data” becomes an established part of the higher education lexicon, the University Library is working to support data-intensive research and make sure it’s available for future students and scholars.
A forthcoming comprehensive report on online education at U.Va. could be a first-of-its-kind piece of research with implications for all of higher education, according to the keynote speaker at the second annual Teaching With Technology fair.
The first known map of Charlottesville. A section of the rope used to hang an infamous mayor. The Bible used in the coronation of Queen Charlotte, the city's namesake. All are part of a new Special Collections exhibit honoring the 250th anniversary of U.Va.'s hometown.
The Princeton Review gives U.Va.'s AccessUVA financial aid program and its library high marks in the 2013 edition of its annual college guide, published Monday.
A new academic course this fall and a library initiative aim to preserve a record of the events surrounding U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan's resignation and reinstatement during those 17 tumultuous days in June.
July 5, 2012 — A new digital humanities tool that lets scholars merge maps, timelines, archives and artifacts to create online narratives about everything from H.P. Lovecraft to Civil War battles debuted this week at the University of Virginia.
After two years of renovation and sorting through hundreds of books, journals, microfilms and more, the new and improved Ivy Stacks, a University of Virginia Library system's storage facility, is open and ready for business. With the completion of the retrofit, the facility more than doubled its capacity, creating room for the U.Va. Library to continue to expand its collection.