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The Valley Library will be closed for an annual in-service day for faculty and staff during intersession, Wednesday, Sept. 14. Although the library will not be open, the main entrance on the first and second floors will be unlocked for access to the outer lobby, ATM, phones and Java II. For more information, please contact Kerrie.Cook@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-4633.
The Valley Library will be closed for an annual in-service day for faculty and staff during intersession, Wednesday, Sept. 14. Although the library will not be open, the main entrance on the first and second floors will be unlocked for access to the outer lobby, ATM, phones and Java II. For more information, please contact Kerrie.Cook@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-4633.
The Valley Library will be closed for an annual in-service day for faculty and staff during intersession, Wednesday, Sept. 14. Although the library will not be open, the main entrance on the first and second floors will be unlocked for access to the outer lobby, ATM, phones and Java II. For more information, please contact Kerrie.Cook@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-4633.
The Valley Library will be closed for an annual in-service day for faculty and staff during intersession, Wednesday, Sept. 14. Although the library will not be open, the main entrance on the first and second floors will be unlocked for access to the outer lobby, ATM, phones and Java II. For more information, please contact Kerrie.Cook@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-4633.

In celebration of Latino/a Heritage Month the Oregon Multicultural Archives invites you to view a small exhibit documenting OSU’s Association of Latin American Students and the Centro Cultural César Chávez.
 
Find out more on the Oregon Multicultural Archives Blog Post
 
Check out the Digital Collection in Flickr
 
Location: 3rd Floor of the Valley Library, University Archives, Display Case
Date: September 2011
 
Exhibit Curated by OSU University Archives Student Worker Kelsey Ockert
 
For More Information Contact:
Natalia Fernández, Oregon Multicultural Librarian
natalia.fernandez@oregonstate.edu
 
The OSU Libraries’ Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) mission is to acquire, preserve and make available collections that document the lives of African American, Asian American, Latino, and Native American communities of Oregon.

Learn about the OSU Libraries and how to access the services and resources from a distance. These online webinars are for Ecampus and remote students and faculty who want to get the most out of the OSU Libraries. Please go to http://ica.library.oregonstate.edu/subject-guide/1291 for more information and to register.
Oregon State University Library Faculty are tied for second among library faculty practitioners in research output and fifth among all library and information science authors (LIS professors and practitioners) according to an article in press by Christopher Stewart entitled “Whither Metrics, Part II. Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners.” Stewart uses qualitative and quantitative measures such as journal perception studies and citation rates to rank university library faculty research output.
Oregon State University Library Faculty are tied for second among library faculty practitioners in research output and fifth among all library and information science authors (LIS professors and practitioners) according to an article in press by Christopher Stewart entitled “Whither Metrics, Part II. Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners.” Stewart uses qualitative and quantitative measures such as journal perception studies and citation rates to rank university library faculty research output.
Oregon State University Library Faculty are tied for second among library faculty practitioners in research output and fifth among all library and information science authors (LIS professors and practitioners) according to an article in press by Christopher Stewart entitled “Whither Metrics, Part II. Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners.” Stewart uses qualitative and quantitative measures such as journal perception studies and citation rates to rank university library faculty research output.
Oregon State University Library Faculty are tied for second among library faculty practitioners in research output and fifth among all library and information science authors (LIS professors and practitioners) according to an article in press by Christopher Stewart entitled “Whither Metrics, Part II. Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners.” Stewart uses qualitative and quantitative measures such as journal perception studies and citation rates to rank university library faculty research output.

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