KU Libraries
KU Libraries
KU Libraries

KU Libraries

The University of Kansas Libraries (http://lib.ku.edu) provide world-class collections, the latest resources & friendly assistance to researchers at KU & worldw

Curious what book is most popular in your state? According to this recent data from e-book library Scribd, Kansans are especially keen on "The High Lord: The Black Magician Trilogy"...

A closer look at today's librarians: are you surprised?

Share your research questions with our librarians by whatever means you'd prefer: chat, text, call, email - or simply ask us in person!

Start with us! No matter what you're studying, KU Libraries have world-class collections and scholarly resources for your research papers, projects and coursework—and friendly staff with the expertise to help you find exactly what you need.

Check out the Art & Architecture Library's latest digital exhibit, a collection of FSA photos that was responsible for "introducing America to Americans." Dust Storm in Elkhart, KS by KU Libraries, via Flickr

Happy National Library Week! (1959) #nlw13

Mmm...breathe it in! J.T. Siems has created a formula to evoke the feeling of sitting in an old library chair while reading your favorite book.

In honor of election day, here's a sampling of political bumper stickers from the Wilcox Collection in KU's Kenneth Spencer Research Library.

Vintage Ads for Libraries and Reading

If you liked Winter's Bone...

Bernadette Gray-Little, KU Chancellor is reading Winter's Bone. Are you?

Kevin Corbett, President of the KU Alumni Association, and his good buddy Jay are reading Winter's Bone. Are you?

Oh, Ree, she's a feisty one. #RAL12

Amazing Stage Filled With Gigantic Fairy Tale Books

Images of the recent flooding and cleanup efforts at KU's Murphy Art & Architecture Library

KU Social Media Triathlon. Through Twitter, Instagram and Foursquare. Check in at the Libraries for a prize! #exploreKU

Libraries shouldn't be drab places

KU Common Book 2012-2013. Join us!

The card catalog. Never forget!

E-Readers: Teaching Us to Read Again

Want to learn Spanish? KU's Collaborative Digital Spanish Project (Acceso) is an open-access (FREE!) digital learning environment designed to promote the acquisition of Spanish and the development of cultural understanding of the varied groups of people who share Spanish as a common language.