Library Freebies this Fall
You’ve made it through the first full week of classes. When you need a break — whether that means watching a movie or catching up on the news — the library has you covered.
Here are a few of the freebies you get, just for being at UC Davis. (Please note: Since the library pays for these services on behalf of the university, you may need to sign in using your UC Davis Kerberos/CAS login or connect to the Library VPN from off campus.)
The New York Times
Always a favorite, access to NYTimes.com is free for members of the UC Davis community. Learn how to activate your access.
The library offers a few ways to watch documentary films online. Here are our top picks:
- Kanopy (Library VPN required)
- DocuSeek2 (use Library VPN or UC Davis login)
- Latin America in Video (use Library VPN or UC Davis login)
Missing live theater? We’ve got the next best thing. Theatre in Video offers performances of the world’s leading plays. Library VPN required.
The library offers a wide range of streaming music, from classical to jazz to popular and world music. Some good ones to start with include:
- Naxos Music Library for classical, jazz and world music (Library VPN required)
- Alexander Street for American music, contemporary world music, popular music and more (use Library VPN or UC Davis login).
Explore and see what you find… after all, it’s free!