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Every year, OSU Libraries rewards student scholars through its Undergraduate Student Research Award program. The award program recognizes students who make use of the OSU Libraries to write papers or complete projects demonstrating outstanding research, scholarship, and originality.

Sponsored by the OSU Library Advisory Council, the two awards offer:

  • $1000 to an Upper Division student in the Humanities
  • $1000 to an Upper Division student in the Social Sciences/Sciences/Engineering

For more information view: http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/awards/undergrad-research

In an effort to reduce paper & toner waste as well as save students money, we’re conducting a pilot project on the color printer in the Learning Commons. We’ve installed a print management system on the color printer which will allow students to send print jobs to the color printer, where the jobs will wait in a “queue”. Students can then choose which print jobs to actually print out (or delete what they don’t need) at the Print Release Station next to the color printer.

Now, if you accidentally hit the print button or need to make changes to your document, you only pay for the pages you actually print out, because you’ll choose exactly what to print out. This will also make it possible to send multiple jobs to the queue and print them all at once—no more getting up and leaving your computer unoccupied every time you print something.

Questions or Comments? Please let someone at the Learning Commons Information Desk know.

In an effort to reduce paper & toner waste as well as save students money, we’re conducting a pilot project on the color printer in the Learning Commons. We’ve installed a print management system on the color printer which will allow students to send print jobs to the color printer, where the jobs will wait in a “queue”. Students can then choose which print jobs to actually print out (or delete what they don’t need) at the Print Release Station next to the color printer.

Now, if you accidentally hit the print button or need to make changes to your document, you only pay for the pages you actually print out, because you’ll choose exactly what to print out. This will also make it possible to send multiple jobs to the queue and print them all at once—no more getting up and leaving your computer unoccupied every time you print something.

Questions or Comments? Please let someone at the Learning Commons Information Desk know.

In an effort to reduce paper & toner waste as well as save students money, we’re conducting a pilot project on the color printer in the Learning Commons. We’ve installed a print management system on the color printer which will allow students to send print jobs to the color printer, where the jobs will wait in a “queue”. Students can then choose which print jobs to actually print out (or delete what they don’t need) at the Print Release Station next to the color printer.

Now, if you accidentally hit the print button or need to make changes to your document, you only pay for the pages you actually print out, because you’ll choose exactly what to print out. This will also make it possible to send multiple jobs to the queue and print them all at once—no more getting up and leaving your computer unoccupied every time you print something.

Questions or Comments? Please let someone at the Learning Commons Information Desk know.

OSU Libraries are pleased to announce the publication of Forest Phytophthoras, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal published at OJS at OregonDigital.org. Editor-in-Chief of Forest Phytophthoras is Dr. Jennifer Parke (Associate Professor/Senior Research, OSU Dept. of Crop and Soil Science). Joyce Eberhart (Senior Faculty Research Assistant, OSU Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society) is Managing Editor. The publication of this journal is a result of a year’s worth of discussions between the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services, in particular Tom Johnson (Digital Applications Librarian), Bonnie Avery (Natural Resources Digital Librarian) and Michael Boock (Head, Center for Digital Scholarship and Services), and Dr. Parke and Ms. Eberhart. The first issue is available at http://journals.oregondigital.org/ForestPhytophthora/issue/current. This is the first OSU journal from OJS at OregonDigital to make articles available as html. OJS at OregonDigital.org is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and Oregon State University to provide a publishing service for open access journals affiliated with the institutions. Contact Tom Johnson to learn more about how you or your faculty could take advantage of this system.
OSU Libraries are pleased to announce the publication of Forest Phytophthoras, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal published at OJS at OregonDigital.org. Editor-in-Chief of Forest Phytophthoras is Dr. Jennifer Parke (Associate Professor/Senior Research, OSU Dept. of Crop and Soil Science). Joyce Eberhart (Senior Faculty Research Assistant, OSU Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society) is Managing Editor. The publication of this journal is a result of a year’s worth of discussions between the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services, in particular Tom Johnson (Digital Applications Librarian), Bonnie Avery (Natural Resources Digital Librarian) and Michael Boock (Head, Center for Digital Scholarship and Services), and Dr. Parke and Ms. Eberhart. The first issue is available at http://journals.oregondigital.org/ForestPhytophthora/issue/current. This is the first OSU journal from OJS at OregonDigital to make articles available as html. OJS at OregonDigital.org is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and Oregon State University to provide a publishing service for open access journals affiliated with the institutions. Contact Tom Johnson to learn more about how you or your faculty could take advantage of this system.
OSU Libraries are pleased to announce the publication of Forest Phytophthoras, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal published at OJS at OregonDigital.org. Editor-in-Chief of Forest Phytophthoras is Dr. Jennifer Parke (Associate Professor/Senior Research, OSU Dept. of Crop and Soil Science). Joyce Eberhart (Senior Faculty Research Assistant, OSU Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society) is Managing Editor. The publication of this journal is a result of a year’s worth of discussions between the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services, in particular Tom Johnson (Digital Applications Librarian), Bonnie Avery (Natural Resources Digital Librarian) and Michael Boock (Head, Center for Digital Scholarship and Services), and Dr. Parke and Ms. Eberhart. The first issue is available at http://journals.oregondigital.org/ForestPhytophthora/issue/current. This is the first OSU journal from OJS at OregonDigital to make articles available as html. OJS at OregonDigital.org is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and Oregon State University to provide a publishing service for open access journals affiliated with the institutions. Contact Tom Johnson to learn more about how you or your faculty could take advantage of this system.
OSU Libraries are pleased to announce the publication of Forest Phytophthoras, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal published at OJS at OregonDigital.org. Editor-in-Chief of Forest Phytophthoras is Dr. Jennifer Parke (Associate Professor/Senior Research, OSU Dept. of Crop and Soil Science). Joyce Eberhart (Senior Faculty Research Assistant, OSU Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society) is Managing Editor. The publication of this journal is a result of a year’s worth of discussions between the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services, in particular Tom Johnson (Digital Applications Librarian), Bonnie Avery (Natural Resources Digital Librarian) and Michael Boock (Head, Center for Digital Scholarship and Services), and Dr. Parke and Ms. Eberhart. The first issue is available at http://journals.oregondigital.org/ForestPhytophthora/issue/current. This is the first OSU journal from OJS at OregonDigital to make articles available as html. OJS at OregonDigital.org is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and Oregon State University to provide a publishing service for open access journals affiliated with the institutions. Contact Tom Johnson to learn more about how you or your faculty could take advantage of this system.
OSU Libraries are pleased to announce the publication of Forest Phytophthoras, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal published at OJS at OregonDigital.org. Editor-in-Chief of Forest Phytophthoras is Dr. Jennifer Parke (Associate Professor/Senior Research, OSU Dept. of Crop and Soil Science). Joyce Eberhart (Senior Faculty Research Assistant, OSU Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society) is Managing Editor. The publication of this journal is a result of a year’s worth of discussions between the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services, in particular Tom Johnson (Digital Applications Librarian), Bonnie Avery (Natural Resources Digital Librarian) and Michael Boock (Head, Center for Digital Scholarship and Services), and Dr. Parke and Ms. Eberhart. The first issue is available at http://journals.oregondigital.org/ForestPhytophthora/issue/current. This is the first OSU journal from OJS at OregonDigital to make articles available as html. OJS at OregonDigital.org is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and Oregon State University to provide a publishing service for open access journals affiliated with the institutions. Contact Tom Johnson to learn more about how you or your faculty could take advantage of this system.
OSU Libraries are pleased to announce the publication of Forest Phytophthoras, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal published at OJS at OregonDigital.org. Editor-in-Chief of Forest Phytophthoras is Dr. Jennifer Parke (Associate Professor/Senior Research, OSU Dept. of Crop and Soil Science). Joyce Eberhart (Senior Faculty Research Assistant, OSU Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society) is Managing Editor. The publication of this journal is a result of a year’s worth of discussions between the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services, in particular Tom Johnson (Digital Applications Librarian), Bonnie Avery (Natural Resources Digital Librarian) and Michael Boock (Head, Center for Digital Scholarship and Services), and Dr. Parke and Ms. Eberhart. The first issue is available at http://journals.oregondigital.org/ForestPhytophthora/issue/current. This is the first OSU journal from OJS at OregonDigital to make articles available as html. OJS at OregonDigital.org is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and Oregon State University to provide a publishing service for open access journals affiliated with the institutions. Contact Tom Johnson to learn more about how you or your faculty could take advantage of this system.

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