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OSU Libraries and Press do a wide array of amazing stuff, and our annual Impact Report condenses and highlights the challenges and the accomplishments of the previous year. To learn more about the work that we do and the people who do it, read...
Get creative by creating a postcard — and then send it to campus with the Postcards to Campus project, which is an ongoing art project centered around the OSU community. This project is open for submissions of mailed, dropped off...
If you log in to National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) or PubMed (via NCBI) accounts to use features like MyNCBI (saved search history, saved searches, search alerts, etc.), SciENcv, MyBibliography or to submit data to NCBI, this...
The Writing Center is now open on Sundays. All Writing Center services are being offered remotely in fall term and with expanded availability on Sundays. Students can visit the Writing Center website at writingcenter.oregonstate....
After a national search, OSU Libraries has selected a consulting firm to work with the Libraries to guide its exploration of ways to build and maintain itself as an organization that respects work-life balance, supports innovation and creativity...
As a way to introduce new teaching faculty to one of the gems on our campus — the OSU Press — new academic faculty members are being offered a complimentary copy of any book from the Press’s distinguished list. An award-winning and nationally...
The Valley Library has a student advisory group that gives feedback regarding library resources and services, meets three times a year, and new members are welcomed. This Library Services Review Board gives students a voice in decisions...
OSU Libraries’ fourth Diversity Scholar is Alexandria (Ally) Fripp, a second-year Master of Library and Information Science student at the University of Arizona. Alexandria has a number of experiences that will align really well with this...
Avel Louise Gordly, the first African American woman elected to the Oregon State Senate, begins her book, Remembering the Power of Words, with an epigraph from poet Audre Lorde: “While we wait in silence for that final luxury of fearlessness, the...
The Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC) at Oregon State University Libraries and Press invites contributions from the OSU community to an archival collection that it’s creating to document experiences by individuals and...

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