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OSU Libraries’ Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the June Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. We will be hosting a "Research Round-table" featuring six OSULP librarians who will be sharing short project updates. There is sure to be something for everyone at this month's seminar!
 
Summary: The current list of presenters and topics is:
    - Kerri Goergen-Doll - An introduction to Occam’s Reader software
    - Anne Bahde - An introduction to the Omeka exhibit on the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists collection
    - Stefanie Buck - Ecampus photo-elicitation study
    - Jane Nichols - Nuanced and timely: capturing collections feedback at point of use
    - Hui Zhang - Open Access Policy impact on faculty publication
    - Margaret Mellinger - An update on 3D printing at OSU Libraries

Date: Friday, June 13, 2014
Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Place: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus. (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)
 
For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

OSU Libraries’ Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the June Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. We will be hosting a "Research Round-table" featuring six OSULP librarians who will be sharing short project updates. There is sure to be something for everyone at this month's seminar!
 
Summary: The current list of presenters and topics is:
    - Kerri Goergen-Doll - An introduction to Occam’s Reader software
    - Anne Bahde - An introduction to the Omeka exhibit on the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists collection
    - Stefanie Buck - Ecampus photo-elicitation study
    - Jane Nichols - Nuanced and timely: capturing collections feedback at point of use
    - Hui Zhang - Open Access Policy impact on faculty publication
    - Margaret Mellinger - An update on 3D printing at OSU Libraries

Date: Friday, June 13, 2014
Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Place: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus. (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)
 
For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

OSU Libraries’ Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the June Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. We will be hosting a "Research Round-table" featuring six OSULP librarians who will be sharing short project updates. There is sure to be something for everyone at this month's seminar!
 
Summary: The current list of presenters and topics is:
    - Kerri Goergen-Doll - An introduction to Occam’s Reader software
    - Anne Bahde - An introduction to the Omeka exhibit on the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists collection
    - Stefanie Buck - Ecampus photo-elicitation study
    - Jane Nichols - Nuanced and timely: capturing collections feedback at point of use
    - Hui Zhang - Open Access Policy impact on faculty publication
    - Margaret Mellinger - An update on 3D printing at OSU Libraries

Date: Friday, June 13, 2014
Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Place: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus. (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)
 
For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

*Rhonda Hankins will attend the Annual Conference for Donor Relations Professionals. Her participation will strengthen OSULP's fundraising efforts as we enter the 2014-2017 post-campaign time period.

*Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Natalia Fernandez will use their award to develop and implement a statewide survey and collections development project for the Oregon Multicultural Archives and the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. This project is intended to strengthen our understanding of new approaches to building not just collections but communities as we continue to increase access to materials relevant to OMA and OHBA. 

*Anne Bahde and Tom Johnson's award will enable them to explore the research preferences of undergraduate and graduate students at OSU related to finding aids and digital content and to analyze the ways that these users make connections among physical collections, guides to collections, and related digital objects. Their project should advance OSULP's achievement of several goals in our strategic plan—increasing virtual access to our special collections holdings and implement Researcher's Toolbox. 

This award is thanks to the generosity of Bob Lundeen, a former member of the Library Advisory Council. He is an OSU alumnus and a tremendous supporter of OSU Libraries and Press.

*Rhonda Hankins will attend the Annual Conference for Donor Relations Professionals. Her participation will strengthen OSULP's fundraising efforts as we enter the 2014-2017 post-campaign time period.

*Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Natalia Fernandez will use their award to develop and implement a statewide survey and collections development project for the Oregon Multicultural Archives and the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. This project is intended to strengthen our understanding of new approaches to building not just collections but communities as we continue to increase access to materials relevant to OMA and OHBA. 

*Anne Bahde and Tom Johnson's award will enable them to explore the research preferences of undergraduate and graduate students at OSU related to finding aids and digital content and to analyze the ways that these users make connections among physical collections, guides to collections, and related digital objects. Their project should advance OSULP's achievement of several goals in our strategic plan—increasing virtual access to our special collections holdings and implement Researcher's Toolbox. 

This award is thanks to the generosity of Bob Lundeen, a former member of the Library Advisory Council. He is an OSU alumnus and a tremendous supporter of OSU Libraries and Press.

*Rhonda Hankins will attend the Annual Conference for Donor Relations Professionals. Her participation will strengthen OSULP's fundraising efforts as we enter the 2014-2017 post-campaign time period.

*Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Natalia Fernandez will use their award to develop and implement a statewide survey and collections development project for the Oregon Multicultural Archives and the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. This project is intended to strengthen our understanding of new approaches to building not just collections but communities as we continue to increase access to materials relevant to OMA and OHBA. 

*Anne Bahde and Tom Johnson's award will enable them to explore the research preferences of undergraduate and graduate students at OSU related to finding aids and digital content and to analyze the ways that these users make connections among physical collections, guides to collections, and related digital objects. Their project should advance OSULP's achievement of several goals in our strategic plan—increasing virtual access to our special collections holdings and implement Researcher's Toolbox. 

This award is thanks to the generosity of Bob Lundeen, a former member of the Library Advisory Council. He is an OSU alumnus and a tremendous supporter of OSU Libraries and Press.

*Rhonda Hankins will attend the Annual Conference for Donor Relations Professionals. Her participation will strengthen OSULP's fundraising efforts as we enter the 2014-2017 post-campaign time period.

*Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Natalia Fernandez will use their award to develop and implement a statewide survey and collections development project for the Oregon Multicultural Archives and the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. This project is intended to strengthen our understanding of new approaches to building not just collections but communities as we continue to increase access to materials relevant to OMA and OHBA. 

*Anne Bahde and Tom Johnson's award will enable them to explore the research preferences of undergraduate and graduate students at OSU related to finding aids and digital content and to analyze the ways that these users make connections among physical collections, guides to collections, and related digital objects. Their project should advance OSULP's achievement of several goals in our strategic plan—increasing virtual access to our special collections holdings and implement Researcher's Toolbox. 

This award is thanks to the generosity of Bob Lundeen, a former member of the Library Advisory Council. He is an OSU alumnus and a tremendous supporter of OSU Libraries and Press.

*Rhonda Hankins will attend the Annual Conference for Donor Relations Professionals. Her participation will strengthen OSULP's fundraising efforts as we enter the 2014-2017 post-campaign time period.

*Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Natalia Fernandez will use their award to develop and implement a statewide survey and collections development project for the Oregon Multicultural Archives and the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. This project is intended to strengthen our understanding of new approaches to building not just collections but communities as we continue to increase access to materials relevant to OMA and OHBA. 

*Anne Bahde and Tom Johnson's award will enable them to explore the research preferences of undergraduate and graduate students at OSU related to finding aids and digital content and to analyze the ways that these users make connections among physical collections, guides to collections, and related digital objects. Their project should advance OSULP's achievement of several goals in our strategic plan—increasing virtual access to our special collections holdings and implement Researcher's Toolbox. 

This award is thanks to the generosity of Bob Lundeen, a former member of the Library Advisory Council. He is an OSU alumnus and a tremendous supporter of OSU Libraries and Press.

*Rhonda Hankins will attend the Annual Conference for Donor Relations Professionals. Her participation will strengthen OSULP's fundraising efforts as we enter the 2014-2017 post-campaign time period.

*Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Natalia Fernandez will use their award to develop and implement a statewide survey and collections development project for the Oregon Multicultural Archives and the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. This project is intended to strengthen our understanding of new approaches to building not just collections but communities as we continue to increase access to materials relevant to OMA and OHBA. 

*Anne Bahde and Tom Johnson's award will enable them to explore the research preferences of undergraduate and graduate students at OSU related to finding aids and digital content and to analyze the ways that these users make connections among physical collections, guides to collections, and related digital objects. Their project should advance OSULP's achievement of several goals in our strategic plan—increasing virtual access to our special collections holdings and implement Researcher's Toolbox. 

This award is thanks to the generosity of Bob Lundeen, a former member of the Library Advisory Council. He is an OSU alumnus and a tremendous supporter of OSU Libraries and Press.

You asked for it, so let’s give it a try!  The Valley Library will be open 24/7 for dead and finals week spring term.  We will open at 10 am on Sunday, June 1st and we won’t close our doors again until 6 pm on Friday, June 13th at the end of finals week.  If you like it, if you need it, if you want it, come on in and USE IT.  We’ll be here for you.  Will you be here for us?

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