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"...

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.

diy your garden in the book, love it!

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

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.

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

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

Peering Into the Exquisite Life of Rare Books

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.