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Celebrate Oregon Archives Month and the OSU Archives 50th Anniversary!

Find out more on the OSU Archives Blog

Come see the display in the 3rd Floor Archives Reading Room and check out two Digital Collections in Flickr:

Exhibit co-curated by OSU University Archives Student Workers Kelsey Ockert and Ingrid Ockert with special thanks to Archivist Karl McCreary

For more information, contact Natalia Fernández, Oregon Multicultural Librarian, natalia.fernandez@oregonstate.edu.

The University Archives is the repository for records that document OSU's history. Collections include items of enduring value generated by faculty, academic departments, administrative offices, students, and campus organizations.

Want to advance your research skills?  Want the flexibility to learn new skills at a time that works for your schedule?  Then check out the brand new “Build Your Research Skill Set” workshops!  Learn about advanced search strategies, how to make one good article work for you, and how to organize and use your sources easily and effectively.  For more information and registration, visit:  bit.ly/research-skills
Want to advance your research skills?  Want the flexibility to learn new skills at a time that works for your schedule?  Then check out the brand new “Build Your Research Skill Set” workshops!  Learn about advanced search strategies, how to make one good article work for you, and how to organize and use your sources easily and effectively.  For more information and registration, visit:  bit.ly/research-skills
Want to advance your research skills?  Want the flexibility to learn new skills at a time that works for your schedule?  Then check out the brand new “Build Your Research Skill Set” workshops!  Learn about advanced search strategies, how to make one good article work for you, and how to organize and use your sources easily and effectively.  For more information and registration, visit:  bit.ly/research-skills
Want to advance your research skills?  Want the flexibility to learn new skills at a time that works for your schedule?  Then check out the brand new “Build Your Research Skill Set” workshops!  Learn about advanced search strategies, how to make one good article work for you, and how to organize and use your sources easily and effectively.  For more information and registration, visit:  bit.ly/research-skills
Want to advance your research skills?  Want the flexibility to learn new skills at a time that works for your schedule?  Then check out the brand new “Build Your Research Skill Set” workshops!  Learn about advanced search strategies, how to make one good article work for you, and how to organize and use your sources easily and effectively.  For more information and registration, visit:  bit.ly/research-skills
Want to advance your research skills?  Want the flexibility to learn new skills at a time that works for your schedule?  Then check out the brand new “Build Your Research Skill Set” workshops!  Learn about advanced search strategies, how to make one good article work for you, and how to organize and use your sources easily and effectively.  For more information and registration, visit:  bit.ly/research-skills
From the American Library Association: "Banned Books Week (BBW) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment. Held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the benefits of free and open access to information while drawing attention to the harms of censorship by spotlighting actual or attempted bannings of books across the United States. "Intellectual freedom—the freedom to access information and express ideas, even if the information and ideas might be considered unorthodox or unpopular—provides the foundation for Banned Books Week. BBW stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of unorthodox or unpopular viewpoints for all who wish to read and access them. The books featured during Banned Books Week have been targets of attempted bannings. Fortunately, while some books were banned or restricted, in a majority of cases the books were not banned, all thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, booksellers, and members of the community to retain the books in the library collections. Imagine how many more books might be challenged—and possibly banned or restricted—if librarians, teachers, and booksellers across the country did not use Banned Books Week each year to teach the importance of our First Amendment rights and the power of literature, and to draw attention to the danger that exists when restraints are imposed on the availability of information in a free society." The OSU Libraries encourages you to celebrate your right to read! For a list of books challenged, restricted or removed from libraries in 2010/2011: http://www.ala.org/ala/issuesadvocacy/banned/bannedbooksweek/ideasandres...
From the American Library Association: "Banned Books Week (BBW) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment. Held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the benefits of free and open access to information while drawing attention to the harms of censorship by spotlighting actual or attempted bannings of books across the United States. "Intellectual freedom—the freedom to access information and express ideas, even if the information and ideas might be considered unorthodox or unpopular—provides the foundation for Banned Books Week. BBW stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of unorthodox or unpopular viewpoints for all who wish to read and access them. The books featured during Banned Books Week have been targets of attempted bannings. Fortunately, while some books were banned or restricted, in a majority of cases the books were not banned, all thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, booksellers, and members of the community to retain the books in the library collections. Imagine how many more books might be challenged—and possibly banned or restricted—if librarians, teachers, and booksellers across the country did not use Banned Books Week each year to teach the importance of our First Amendment rights and the power of literature, and to draw attention to the danger that exists when restraints are imposed on the availability of information in a free society." The OSU Libraries encourages you to celebrate your right to read! For a list of books challenged, restricted or removed from libraries in 2010/2011: http://www.ala.org/ala/issuesadvocacy/banned/bannedbooksweek/ideasandres...
From the American Library Association: "Banned Books Week (BBW) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment. Held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the benefits of free and open access to information while drawing attention to the harms of censorship by spotlighting actual or attempted bannings of books across the United States. "Intellectual freedom—the freedom to access information and express ideas, even if the information and ideas might be considered unorthodox or unpopular—provides the foundation for Banned Books Week. BBW stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of unorthodox or unpopular viewpoints for all who wish to read and access them. The books featured during Banned Books Week have been targets of attempted bannings. Fortunately, while some books were banned or restricted, in a majority of cases the books were not banned, all thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, booksellers, and members of the community to retain the books in the library collections. Imagine how many more books might be challenged—and possibly banned or restricted—if librarians, teachers, and booksellers across the country did not use Banned Books Week each year to teach the importance of our First Amendment rights and the power of literature, and to draw attention to the danger that exists when restraints are imposed on the availability of information in a free society." The OSU Libraries encourages you to celebrate your right to read! For a list of books challenged, restricted or removed from libraries in 2010/2011: http://www.ala.org/ala/issuesadvocacy/banned/bannedbooksweek/ideasandres...

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