Various types of study spaces for different study needs are available throughout the Libraries.
Sign up to read a short selection from your favorite banned or challenged book at a Read-Out in recognition of the American Library Association’s Banned Books Week 2017.
The Libraries' Little Blue book cart is currently located on the ground floor of Capen Hall near Capen Café.
The Everything search engine provides a Google-like experience, allowing researchers to use one search box to discover reliable library content including books, articles and more.
The Libraries' Catalog contains books, journals, newspapers, conference proceedings, sound & video recordings, government documents, maps, archival collections, musical scores and more.
Search and browse over 760,000 E-Books in the University Libraries.
Search over 150,000 open access and subscription based full-text & partial-text E-Journals.
Search over 500 open access and subscription based full-text & partial-text Databases.
Items placed on Course Reserve for a class may include books, videos, textbooks, e-books, journal articles, book chapters, recordings and other materials.
Exciting changes are taking place in the Oscar A. Silverman Library! As part of the initial phase of the University’s “Heart of the Campus Initiative,” we’ve completely redesigned and renovated Silverman Library’s third floor to accommodate the new ways UB students learn.
Celebrates the traditions, history, and culture of the native peoples of our region and their continuity across time.
Over the past three decades, UB Professors Claude Welch and Jeannette Ludwig have traveled together to more than twenty-five countries on five continents.
Composer and performer, Julius Eastman, is the focus of a new exhibition in the Music Library.