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Spring term 2010 OSU Libraries began acquiring streaming videos for use by faculty and students. Streaming videos can be viewed anywhere an OSU patron can access the Web. The library has purchased a small selection of streaming videos from Films...

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the University Archives invites you to view a small exhibit documenting the extraordinary lives of seven women who attended or worked at OSU.

Find out more on the OSU Archives...

The OSU Libraries Winter Workshop offerings for the week of January 24th include a Literature Review Workshop (2 sessions) and an EndNote Web workshop (1 session). For descriptions of the sessions and registration options, please visit the...

Give yourself the gift of new skills and a little laughter this holiday season! Check out the OSU Libraries Graduate Student & Faculty Winter Academy running from December 13–17. Treat yourself to a little time to learn how...

Renovations to the southern section of the Learning Commons are complete! Designed to help students succeed in their studies, the space is very flexible to accommodate a variety of work and groups of all sizes. Specific features include movable...

The new year is here and so is the Winter 2011 Graduate and Faculty Workshop Series. Committed to lifelong learning? Want to upgrade or develop new skills? Then join us for one or more of the dozen learning opportunities brought...

In celebration of Black History Month, the Oregon Multicultural Archives invites you to view a small exhibit documenting the Black Student Union Walkout of 1969.

Location: 3rd Floor of the Valley Library, University Archives,...

Many of you have just published something or are about to publish. Do you know your rights as an author?

One of the best introductions to this subject is “Author’s Rights, Tout de Suite,” by Charles W. Bailey, Jr. http://www.digital-...

There are a lot of good reasons to archive your works. You’re proud of them; you want them to be permanently available. You may want others to be able to access your writings free of charge. Or perhaps you know that open-access works tend to...

The MobileLib Team is happy to announce the release of The Book Genie
Website.

The Book Genie gives a randomly selected recommendation from Oregon State
University's Valley Library based on your subject of...

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