The OSU Libraries new search and management system is now online. We’re in BETA right now because there are still a few things we need to fix but you can search for books and other resources, request items from other libraries and check your...
Our new library system is launching December 4th. In preparation for the transition, library accounts will be frozen for one day, December 3 -4. The freeze will not affect your ability to return and
check out materials, and e-...
The Oregon State University Libraries & Press is pleased
to announce that a nearly complete run of the OSU yearbooks have been digitized
and are freely available online. The
full text of this important digital collection is keyword...
Fall term is
halfway done so it is time to think about learning to capture, manage and cite
your research sources with EndNote (11/5) or Zotero (11/6). If
work is getting underway on survey research, then consider using Qualtrics (11/6)
Nicole Allen, Director of Open
Education, Scholarly Publishing and Research Coalition
The movement for open
education is following the lead of the Open Access movement by expanding the
use of Open Educational Resources (OER) to...
What does OSU’s Open Access
Policy mean for me? I don’t want to have to publish in an Open Access journal.
And I want my article peer-reviewed. What about my academic freedom? And who’s
going to protect my copyright?
Join library staff in...
Your photos are all over the
internet: Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, your blog, your friend’s blog… Learn how
to manage your photos while understanding your rights.
When: Wednesday, Oct. 22, 3-4 pm
Where: Autzen Classroom, 2nd
Join fellow researchers from
around the world in celebrating Generation Open and the 2014 Open Access Week
with a live webcast from the SPARC and the World Bank. Free pizza and drinks!
When: Monday, Oct. 20, 12-1 pm
Programmer, activist, and Open
Access proponent Aaron Swartz committed suicide after two years of prosecution
for downloading large numbers of academic articles from MIT. This documentary
follows and celebrates Aaron’s life from a child to...