A recent OSU Spotlight blog post features Special Collections & Archives Research Center student assistant Hannah Mahoney, who describes how her recent internships and the basic archives course taught by SCARC faculty Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Larry Landis earlier this year have helped to shape her career path. http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/spotlight/2012/08/27/from-past-to-present/
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OSU Zotero users can now receive an additional 500 MB of Zotero institutional storage space. All you need to do is associate an OSU email address with your Zotero account.
If you already use Zotero with an OSU email address, you can view your additional storage by going to Zotero’s website, https://www.zotero.org/. Log on in the upper right-hand corner of the page, then click the Upgrade storage button (also in the upper right-hand corner). This storage page lets you know how much storage space you have.
If you signed up for Zotero with a non-OSU email address, you can always add an OSU email address to your Zotero account. Just follow the directions on this website, http://ica.library.oregonstate.edu/tutorials/lesson/631--Advanced-Zotero?mid=26750&type=MiscellaneousResource&uid=1276.
This Zotero storage space was purchased with OSU TRF funds. If you have questions about what Zotero is, how to use it, or how to access the Zotero institutional storage space, please email Hannah Rempel at hannah [dot] rempel [at] oregonstate [dot] edu.
ScienceDirect, is expected to be offline and unavailable for approximately 19 hours - Saturday, August 25th, 2012 (4:30 AM-11:30 PM) for scheduled maintenance for a new release. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
This project represents some interesting weavings of "cultures" on several levels. Chad Hamill's book explores what indigenous songs brought to the Catholic mass. This website demonstrates a successful collaboration between Press and Library staff. Finally, the First Peoples initiative represents an innovative partnership among several university presses, large and small, to use Mellon funding to further scholarship about First Peoples.
The ancillary Songs of Power and Prayer website, featuring audio recordings, is now live, with many thanks to First Peoples and to Ryan Ordway here in the library. Enjoy the site and its sounds but don't forget to check out the book!
Congratulations to Richard Sapon-White. He is the recipient of a Fulbright award for 2012-13. This award will enable him to take a sabbatical from September 2012 through June 2013. Richard will be teaching library science courses in his area of expertise, cataloging and classification, at the University of Warsaw in Poland. This is Richard's 2nd Fulbright, having received an award in 2004-05 to lecture on cataloging and metadata at the Charles University in Prague during 2004-05.