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Every year, OSU Libraries rewards student scholars through its Undergraduate Student Research Award program. The award program recognizes students who make use of the OSU Libraries to write papers or complete projects demonstrating outstanding...

In an effort to reduce paper & toner waste as well as save students money, we’re conducting a pilot project on the color printer in the Learning Commons. We’ve installed a print management system on the color printer which will allow students...

OSU Libraries are pleased to announce the publication of Forest Phytophthoras, a new peer-reviewed, open access journal published at OJS at OregonDigital.org. Editor-in-Chief of Forest Phytophthoras is Dr. Jennifer Parke (Associate...

Voodoo Vintners by Katherine Cole uncovers the mysteries associated with biodynamic winegrowing, focusing on the epicenter of this phenomenon among Oregon winemakers. Read more...

It’s here! The OSUL Libraries Winter Academy for Graduate Students and Faculty runs this week December 13th and 14th. Workshop
sessions include EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley, Journal Citation Reports and Web of Science. Sign up today, and we’ll...

Treat yourself to a learning experience during the 2011 Winter Break! OSU Libraries is bringing back its successful Winter Break Workshop series for Graduate Students and Faculty on December 13th and 14th. Workshop sessions include EndNote, Zotero,...

In celebration of Open Access Week 2011, OSU Libraries honored an inaugural class of Open Access “Hall of Famers”. This award has been established to acknowledge those who have worked to make OSU scholarship freely available online, whether by...

Oregon State University joined more than 300 leading international research, scientific, and cultural institutions last week when Provost Sabah Randhawa signed the Berlin Declaration. Recognizing that the Internet has changed the...

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month the Oregon Multicultural Archives invites you to view a small exhibit documenting OSU’s first Pow Wow.

Find out more on the Oregon Multicultural Archives...

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