Though Green now stands as the unquestioned centerpiece of the Stanford Libraries system, it didn’t start that way. Other Stanford libraries have come and gone with time, but their history — along with Jane Stanford’s vision for a “grand library”— is integral to what Green has become.
Beginning in fall 2019, Stanford University Libraries plans to start transforming the first floor of Green Library’s East Wing into a space showcasing the innovation and entrepreneurs born from Silicon Valley.
In CS 107E: “Computer Systems from the Ground Up,” students receive a small single-board computer on the first day of class and build their own hardware-software system by the end of the quarter.
The Stanford University Library (SUL) made updates to its SearchWorks research tool in early September, seeking to better meet students’ research needs by improving library search functions to find digital resources.
The McDonald’s ball pit of my childhood was the Kailua Public Library. This was the place where I transitioned from being read to by my mother to selecting what I would read to myself. Wednesdays at Aikahi Elementary School ended early, and so my babysitter Ms. Jolene and I would hop into her yellow jeep,…
Libraries 1, band 0 is the score today after the Stanford band agreed to back down from a traditional run through the libraries the night before spring finals begin — tonight. “The band has a dishonorable history of misbehaving in the libraries,” said library communications director Andrew Herkovic. “The University library wants no part of it.”
When the University announced last November that doctoral dissertations and masters dissertations from some engineering disciplines would be made available in a digital format, it was unclear how many graduate students would take advantage of this option over the traditional “hard-copy” submission. Now, nearly an entire academic year later, it is clear that some graduate students have made the transition smoothly from paper to electronic submission…
The kiosk was first set to open by the start of the 2009-2010 school year and has continually been pushed back due to permit delays.