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Great Partners

Making Regional and Global Connections that Enhance Our Mission and Serve the People

 

Students viewing a UCI Libraries exhibit

In support of Pillar 3, The UCI Libraries will Expand Community Connections.


UCI

Build an engagement culture; Become a stronger partner with community organizations; Partner with Orange County to develop a national model for how to live responsibly and well in the 21st century

UCI Libraries

  • Actively partnering with the Orange County community to increase the breadth and accessibility of regional history resources and preserve the legacy and experiences of the region’s diverse individuals and communities.
  • Engaging the community through friendly services, welcoming public spaces, and relevant exhibits and events.

UCI

Create a powerful Anteater-for-life ethos that promotes ideal and sustained student and alumni participation

UCI Libraries

  • Strengthening the relationship between current Anteaters and the UCI Libraries by enhancing the Libraries’ central role in student life.
  • Encouraging alumni engagement by promoting participation in UCI Libraries’ exhibits and events.
  • Sustaining UCI’s sense of identity by preserving and documenting the evolving faculty, student, and staff experience.

UCI

More broadly communicate and translate UCI’s discoveries and innovations

UCI Libraries

  • Highlighting the UCI Libraries’ contributions to the evolution of scholarly communication land our foundational role in advancing research, creativity, teaching/learning, and quality patient care.
  • Actively preserving the rich documentation of UCI’s accomplishments and ascendancy as a premier research university, so that future leaders and researchers can draw on this legacy when communicating UCI’s success to the regional, national, and international community.
  • Ensuring that our unique collections and resources are discoverable and accessible to the global scholarly community.

 

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