ePADD version 9 now available

ePADD logo
October 14, 2022
by Sally DeBauche

The ePADD+ Project team is pleased to announce the release of ePADD Version 9.0, along with an update

Updated finding aid for the Jim Cullum Collection now available for research

The Jim Cullum Jazz Band performing at Carnegie Hall
October 11, 2022
by Christopher Alan Walker

An updated finding aid for the Jim Cullum Collection is now available on the Online Archive of California and is open for research.

Welcome to Christine Garcia, Geoscience Specimen Curator

Christina Garcia
October 9, 2022
by Julie Sweetkind-Singer

Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability (SDSS) are delighted to announce that Christine (Chrissy) Garcia will be joining Stanford Libraries on November 14, 2022 as the Geoscience Specimen Collections Curator and Manager.  This unique position sits within the Libraries, but will be responsible for managing the rock, mineral, and paleontology collections for the School.  This collaboration will combine the expertise of both groups with active faculty input on the historical and contemporaneous collections and the libraries deep knowledge of material management, metadata standards, physical and digital preservation, and digitization workflows.

New features for self-deposit in the Stanford Digital Repository!

Screenshot of SDR self-deposit application home page
October 3, 2022
by Amy E. Hodge

Thanks to hard work by the Infrastructure Team from Stanford Libraries' Digital Libraries Systems and Services group, the self-deposit web application for the Stanford Digital Repository (SDR) just got a bit of a spiffing up for the new school year.

Mexican Migrant (Bracero) Workers Photo Display

Bracero Recruitment Process: Workers outside recruting station
September 26, 2022
by Adan Griego

Bracero Guest Worker Program Photos

New exhibition on view at East Asia Library - Xiaoze Xie: Flammable Ideas, Fragile Objects

Image of a ceramic book
September 26, 2022
by Joshua Capitanio

The East Asia Library is currently hosting a new exhibition of work by Prof. Xiaoze Xie, entitled Flammable Ideas, Fragile Objects, on view in the main second-floor exhibit space at the Stanford East Asia Library.

Students can now reserve group study rooms at Green Library!

Group study room 124 in Hohbach Hall.
September 26, 2022
by Mario Pamplona

Group Study Room 124 (photo: Mario Pamplona)

Why are room reservations awesome?  

  • Group study rooms are for Stanford students in groups of two or more.

  • Reservations ensure you have a reliable and consistent space for your group study. 

  • Rooms are prioritized for your use.