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The Internal Revenue Service and the state of Oregon encourage you to file your taxes electronically this year. However, for people who still prefer to use pen and paper to do their taxes, we have some options for you. We have a limited number of...
Max Geier, the author of The Color of Night: Race, Railroaders and Murder in the Wartime West, published by OSU Press, will talk about his book, the controversial murder trial that it covers, answer questions and do a book-signing on Wednesday,...
OSU Libraries has been able to significantly increase the number of journals available from Elsevier by working with the University of Oregon and Portland State University and negotiating a favorable subscription to the ScienceDirect Freedom...
Museums and libraries around the country are promoting their collections by capitalizing on the current craze for coloring books. Using the Twitter hashtag #ColorOurCollections, libraries from the Smithsonian to Oregon Health and Science...
A human library functions similarly to a regular library; however, the books are real human beings, who teach others about themselves and their experiences through interpersonal dialogue. Experiencing a discussion with a human book creates an...
The library’s winter workshops wind down with a repeat of Zotero (Intro and Intermediate/Advanced) on February 8; Zotero is an excellent online tool for capturing, managing and citing your research sources. On February 10, check out...
Have you done research at the library for a paper or project? Oregon State University Libraries is pleased to announce the annual Library Undergraduate Research Awards. There are two $1,000 scholarships awarded each year: one to an upper...
The final workshop in the library’s winter series is an Intro to Scalar, a digital platform for publishing multimedia content or building websites, and the workshop is on February 18. Registration is encouraged but not required, and you...
"Hands-On Reading: What Manicules Tell Us About the Social Network of Early Printed Books," a lecture presented by Dr. Rebecca Olson, Associate Professor, Department of English  Wednesday, February 10, 4 p.m. at the Special Collections...
The Valley Library is accepting applications during the month of February for reserving research rooms in the library on a long-term basis. Doctoral candidates and faculty members who are engaged in a special project are eligible to apply. These...

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