OSU Libraries is hosting an online copyright
workshop, "How Did We Get Into This Mess? Copyright and Its
Discontents." Kevin L. Smith, Director of Copyright and
Scholarly Communications at Duke University will be discussing copyright...
Borderless Stories shares the lives of immigrants in
Rural Oregon. The exhibit is coordinated by the Rural Organizing Project (ROP)
with the Immigrant Family Advocates (IFA) in Deschutes County.
Find out more on the Oregon
peer-reviewed journal in the Biological and Medical sciences, PeerJ, makes access to research free to all and affordable to publish for academic
authors & their institutions.
an Open Access publisher of scholarly...
Elementa is a new
open-access, peer-reviewed scientific journal focusing on the science of the
anthropocene. The journal publishes research in
six knowledge domains led by prominent researchers: Atmospheric Science, Earth
Today is the 4th
anniversary of our launch into Flickr Commons! If
you haven't visited in awhile, we've added lots of new treasures
and you can find them all at http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons/
The Winter 2013 Grad Student and Faculty Workshop series
comes into the home stretch with sessions on Intro/Advanced Zotero (2/18) and
Intro to Data Management (2/20). Register for these sessions (and one final
offering) at http://bit.ly/...
The wait is over! Nexus 7 tablets are now available for borrowing
at the Valley Library Circulation Desk. Place your Hold request now and soon
you, too, can test out tablet mutifunctionality, productivity and mobile
In celebration of Black
History Month, Hannah Mahoney, OSU Special Collections and Archives
Research Center Student Worker, has curated the display “Creating an Archival
Collection: St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Parish Records.” The...