The Library of Congress today announced: Sixty-four motion pictures, named to the Library’s National Film Registry, are now available online on the Library’s website. The collection, “Selections from the National Film Registry,” is also available to the public on YouTube. These films are among hundreds of titles that have been tapped for preservation because of their cultural, historical … Continue reading Holiday gift for movie lovers, from the Library of Congress
Treasures from library collections around the world are in the spotlight at Gleeson Library, in honor of International Education Week. Stop by the reference desk to see books that feature amazing collections from some of the world’s most fabulous libraries, a beautiful slideshow, and an interactive display of more treasures from international library and archives’ digital … Continue reading Digital Library Collections: Treasures from Around the World
USF Seed Library will be holding a Seed Swap on Saturday September 12th at the County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park. The USF Seed Library and Urban Agriculture department have been asked to participate in San Francisco’s first ever Urban Ag Academy, to be held at the County Fair Building, in Golden Gate Park … Continue reading Saturday Seed Swap in Golden Gate Park
TARUN MARYA FARMER, SEED CULTIVATOR, & POP-UP RESTAURANT CHEF USF RESIDENCY, APRIL 30-MAY 1 Come participate in at least one of the seed workshops led by Tarun and create your own seed packets, add to the USF seed library and take some seeds home for yourself too. If that is not enough come and enjoy … Continue reading Seed Saving Workshops and Food Adventures this Thursday and Friday!
Launching a series of reports examining the impacts, trends and attitudes around public use of the Internet, the Pew Research Center is marking the 25th anniversary of the creation of the World Wide Web by Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Lee wrote a paper on March 12, 1989 proposing an “information management” system that became the conceptual … Continue reading In honor of the 25th birthday of the World Wide Web
Where in the world have you been and where are you going? Show us on a map! We’ve put up a world map and a selection of classic and new books that show the world through the eyes of a traveller. Join us in celebrating International Education Week by flagging your travels on our map. … Continue reading International Dispatches
If you’re looking to buy a tasty lunch today or just want to say hi to the students enrolled in Rachel Lee’s Community Garden Outreach class, the semester’s first campus farmstand will be today (Thursday), from 12:30 – 2 pm in front of the library. Continue reading Farm stand today! (Thursday 9/12)