Elizabeth Fee, who died in 2018, is probably most known for her work documenting and analyzing the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
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Claudy Jongstra's mural does more than evoke the natural world: it is intimately and continuously affected by it.
This fall, the Libraries is rolling out new services and resources that will help connect library users with the materials and expertise they need.
How a group of archivists from across Penn came together to create a strategy for collecting and preserving born-digital collections.
As we begin a new school year, we talked with a few of the many people leading the charge to transform digital services at the Penn Libraries.
What does it mean to be a successful academic library in 2021?
A look at the challenges and opportunities presented by Open Access journals today.
We profile a few of our accomplished librarian-scholars about their recent academic work.
While serving as the 2019-2020 Graduate Fellow at the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, Christine Bachman explored the early medieval manuscript called LJS 101.
"Readers often seek their mirrors in books:" Building an Illustrated Children's Book Collection with the Community
Five seniors and one graduate student from the Community Engagement team have chosen one or two illustrated children's books that they would want every public school library to have.