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OSU Libraries now subscribes to the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics Online (http://proxy.library.oregonstate.edu/login?url=http://www.hbcpnetbase.com).

This online version of the 90th edition of the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics provides broad coverage of all types of physical science data commonly encountered by scientists and engineers.

In addition to offering the full text of the print edition in searchable PDF format, the online version presents the major tables of numerical data in the form of interactive tables that can be sorted, filtered, and combined in various ways. Substances in these tables can be retrieved by searching on name, formula, CAS Registry Number, or chemical structure, and such a search can be combined with a request for a desired property.

OSU Libraries now subscribes to the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics Online (http://proxy.library.oregonstate.edu/login?url=http://www.hbcpnetbase.com).

This online version of the 90th edition of the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics provides broad coverage of all types of physical science data commonly encountered by scientists and engineers.

In addition to offering the full text of the print edition in searchable PDF format, the online version presents the major tables of numerical data in the form of interactive tables that can be sorted, filtered, and combined in various ways. Substances in these tables can be retrieved by searching on name, formula, CAS Registry Number, or chemical structure, and such a search can be combined with a request for a desired property.

OSU Libraries now subscribes to the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics Online (http://proxy.library.oregonstate.edu/login?url=http://www.hbcpnetbase.com).

This online version of the 90th edition of the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics provides broad coverage of all types of physical science data commonly encountered by scientists and engineers.

In addition to offering the full text of the print edition in searchable PDF format, the online version presents the major tables of numerical data in the form of interactive tables that can be sorted, filtered, and combined in various ways. Substances in these tables can be retrieved by searching on name, formula, CAS Registry Number, or chemical structure, and such a search can be combined with a request for a desired property.

On Sunday April 4th, the library will begin a pilot project to be open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. This means that the library will be open continuously from Sunday at 10am through Friday at 10pm. The library will be open regular hours on Saturdays from 10am-10pm. These hours will continue through Spring term.

People entering the library at midnight, Sunday through Thursday, will be required to show their OSU ID. This will help ensure that between midnight and 7am the building is used only by OSU students, faculty, and staff. Community users can reenter the library starting at 7am.

ASOSU proposed the project, which President Ray and Provost Randhawa are supporting with TRF funds.

Got a question? Try our new text message reference service. OSU Librarians will answer your questions through text messages on your phone. Here's how it works:

Text to 66746
Start your first question with BEAVS

Examples:

BEAVS What was the GDP of the United States in 2009?
BEAVS How do I check out a laptop?
BEAVS What are the library hours?

Standard message rates apply.

For more about how OSU Librarians can answer your questions, see the Ask a Librarian page.

The  Mid-Coast Watershed Council exhibit explores the activities of this local non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of streams and watersheds in our area.

The  Mid-Coast Watershed Council exhibit explores the activities of this local non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of streams and watersheds in our area.

The Center for Research Libraries has announced its most recent purchases of primary source materials. It's an eclectic mix, ranging from Missionary Society Papers to facsimiles of significant post-war Japanese manga artists to the 1939-1949 issues of The Sacramento Bee, a newspaper known for its support of workers' rights and environmental protection. The complete list of new purchases is available at http://www.crl.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/pages/pp10purchases.pdf.

Through the OSU Libraries' membership, OSU faculty, staff and students have access to the complete CRL collection, which includes the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America, nearly 40,000 foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, and major microform and paper collections from around the world. CRL materials are loaned to member libraries for 90 days with unlimited 90-day renewals.

To learn more about CRL and the collections available to you, visit http://www.crl.edu/.

The Center for Research Libraries has announced its most recent purchases of primary source materials. It's an eclectic mix, ranging from Missionary Society Papers to facsimiles of significant post-war Japanese manga artists to the 1939-1949 issues of The Sacramento Bee, a newspaper known for its support of workers' rights and environmental protection. The complete list of new purchases is available at http://www.crl.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/pages/pp10purchases.pdf.

Through the OSU Libraries' membership, OSU faculty, staff and students have access to the complete CRL collection, which includes the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America, nearly 40,000 foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, and major microform and paper collections from around the world. CRL materials are loaned to member libraries for 90 days with unlimited 90-day renewals.

To learn more about CRL and the collections available to you, visit http://www.crl.edu/.

The Center for Research Libraries has announced its most recent purchases of primary source materials. It's an eclectic mix, ranging from Missionary Society Papers to facsimiles of significant post-war Japanese manga artists to the 1939-1949 issues of The Sacramento Bee, a newspaper known for its support of workers' rights and environmental protection. The complete list of new purchases is available at http://www.crl.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/pages/pp10purchases.pdf.

Through the OSU Libraries' membership, OSU faculty, staff and students have access to the complete CRL collection, which includes the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America, nearly 40,000 foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries, and major microform and paper collections from around the world. CRL materials are loaned to member libraries for 90 days with unlimited 90-day renewals.

To learn more about CRL and the collections available to you, visit http://www.crl.edu/.

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