Wednesday, April 19, 2017


The LA Times has a piece today about changes in university libraries in the digital age. It's mostly about the Berkeley library but it does have this comment on UCLA:

...UCLA was a leader in library redesign, reconfiguring a floor in the Charles E. Young Research Library in 2011 to make room for open seating, group study rooms and collaboration pods equipped with LCD monitors for presentations. About 18,000 volumes — half the print reference collection — were moved elsewhere, but more than 2 million books remain on other floors...

Full story at

And for those who remember the little ditty above (which was part of a radio campaign back in the day), we present:
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