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Grad students: get a jump start on your literature review planning by attending the Literature Review workshop on October 20 or 21. Then hone your survey development skill set by exploring the many and powerful features of Qualtrics on October 21.

View all of the offerings in the OSU Libraries Fall Grad Student and Faculty Workshop Series at http://bit.ly/graduate-workshopsRegistration is encouraged but not required.

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu.

Grad students: get a jump start on your literature review planning by attending the Literature Review workshop on October 20 or 21. Then hone your survey development skill set by exploring the many and powerful features of Qualtrics on October 21.

View all of the offerings in the OSU Libraries Fall Grad Student and Faculty Workshop Series at http://bit.ly/graduate-workshopsRegistration is encouraged but not required.

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu.

Grad students: get a jump start on your literature review planning by attending the Literature Review workshop on October 20 or 21. Then hone your survey development skill set by exploring the many and powerful features of Qualtrics on October 21.

View all of the offerings in the OSU Libraries Fall Grad Student and Faculty Workshop Series at http://bit.ly/graduate-workshopsRegistration is encouraged but not required.

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu.

Lovers of beer and history now have an easy way to support the preservation of Oregon beer history. The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University Libraries and Press has launched a crowd-funding campaign to generate funds to expand their hops and brewing collection at OSU’s Valley Library in Corvallis.

What exactly is the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives? In 2013, the OSU Libraries and Press' Special Collections and Archives Research Center established the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives (OHBA) to preserve the story of hop production and the craft brewing movement in Oregon. OHBA is the first archive in the United States dedicated to preserving and telling the intertwined story of hops and beer. It is a project that documents all facets of the craft brewing industry and unites the social and cultural aspects of brewing with the sciences of OSU. 

According to the archivist for OHBA, Tiah Edmunson-Morton, “We are really proud of all the work we’ve already done highlighting OSU’s archival collections, learning more about OSU’s talented scientists, hosting researchers, working with the public, meeting with the community, and attending a wonderfully wide variety of events and conferences. 

“Now we’re launching an exciting crowd-funding campaign to help support the work of OHBA,” continues Edmunson-Morton, “and we have high hopes of meeting our $5,000 total by the end of October! We are reaching out to the people who have supported us over the past two years and those who have a stake in these industries — together we can do more.” 

The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives has been able to attract state, national and international attention and been featured in publications as varied as Draft Magazine and Library Journal, as well as on radio programs such as “Think Out Loud” and “Beer Radio.”

More information about OHBA’s crowd-funding effort is available at https://create.osufoundation.org/project/934.

Lovers of beer and history now have an easy way to support the preservation of Oregon beer history. The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University Libraries and Press has launched a crowd-funding campaign to generate funds to expand their hops and brewing collection at OSU’s Valley Library in Corvallis.

What exactly is the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives? In 2013, the OSU Libraries and Press' Special Collections and Archives Research Center established the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives (OHBA) to preserve the story of hop production and the craft brewing movement in Oregon. OHBA is the first archive in the United States dedicated to preserving and telling the intertwined story of hops and beer. It is a project that documents all facets of the craft brewing industry and unites the social and cultural aspects of brewing with the sciences of OSU. 

According to the archivist for OHBA, Tiah Edmunson-Morton, “We are really proud of all the work we’ve already done highlighting OSU’s archival collections, learning more about OSU’s talented scientists, hosting researchers, working with the public, meeting with the community, and attending a wonderfully wide variety of events and conferences. 

“Now we’re launching an exciting crowd-funding campaign to help support the work of OHBA,” continues Edmunson-Morton, “and we have high hopes of meeting our $5,000 total by the end of October! We are reaching out to the people who have supported us over the past two years and those who have a stake in these industries — together we can do more.” 

The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives has been able to attract state, national and international attention and been featured in publications as varied as Draft Magazine and Library Journal, as well as on radio programs such as “Think Out Loud” and “Beer Radio.”

More information about OHBA’s crowd-funding effort is available at https://create.osufoundation.org/project/934.

Lovers of beer and history now have an easy way to support the preservation of Oregon beer history. The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University Libraries and Press has launched a crowd-funding campaign to generate funds to expand their hops and brewing collection at OSU’s Valley Library in Corvallis.

What exactly is the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives? In 2013, the OSU Libraries and Press' Special Collections and Archives Research Center established the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives (OHBA) to preserve the story of hop production and the craft brewing movement in Oregon. OHBA is the first archive in the United States dedicated to preserving and telling the intertwined story of hops and beer. It is a project that documents all facets of the craft brewing industry and unites the social and cultural aspects of brewing with the sciences of OSU. 

According to the archivist for OHBA, Tiah Edmunson-Morton, “We are really proud of all the work we’ve already done highlighting OSU’s archival collections, learning more about OSU’s talented scientists, hosting researchers, working with the public, meeting with the community, and attending a wonderfully wide variety of events and conferences. 

“Now we’re launching an exciting crowd-funding campaign to help support the work of OHBA,” continues Edmunson-Morton, “and we have high hopes of meeting our $5,000 total by the end of October! We are reaching out to the people who have supported us over the past two years and those who have a stake in these industries — together we can do more.” 

The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives has been able to attract state, national and international attention and been featured in publications as varied as Draft Magazine and Library Journal, as well as on radio programs such as “Think Out Loud” and “Beer Radio.”

More information about OHBA’s crowd-funding effort is available at https://create.osufoundation.org/project/934.

Lovers of beer and history now have an easy way to support the preservation of Oregon beer history. The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University Libraries and Press has launched a crowd-funding campaign to generate funds to expand their hops and brewing collection at OSU’s Valley Library in Corvallis.

What exactly is the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives? In 2013, the OSU Libraries and Press' Special Collections and Archives Research Center established the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives (OHBA) to preserve the story of hop production and the craft brewing movement in Oregon. OHBA is the first archive in the United States dedicated to preserving and telling the intertwined story of hops and beer. It is a project that documents all facets of the craft brewing industry and unites the social and cultural aspects of brewing with the sciences of OSU. 

According to the archivist for OHBA, Tiah Edmunson-Morton, “We are really proud of all the work we’ve already done highlighting OSU’s archival collections, learning more about OSU’s talented scientists, hosting researchers, working with the public, meeting with the community, and attending a wonderfully wide variety of events and conferences. 

“Now we’re launching an exciting crowd-funding campaign to help support the work of OHBA,” continues Edmunson-Morton, “and we have high hopes of meeting our $5,000 total by the end of October! We are reaching out to the people who have supported us over the past two years and those who have a stake in these industries — together we can do more.” 

The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives has been able to attract state, national and international attention and been featured in publications as varied as Draft Magazine and Library Journal, as well as on radio programs such as “Think Out Loud” and “Beer Radio.”

More information about OHBA’s crowd-funding effort is available at https://create.osufoundation.org/project/934.

Lovers of beer and history now have an easy way to support the preservation of Oregon beer history. The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University Libraries and Press has launched a crowd-funding campaign to generate funds to expand their hops and brewing collection at OSU’s Valley Library in Corvallis.

What exactly is the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives? In 2013, the OSU Libraries and Press' Special Collections and Archives Research Center established the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives (OHBA) to preserve the story of hop production and the craft brewing movement in Oregon. OHBA is the first archive in the United States dedicated to preserving and telling the intertwined story of hops and beer. It is a project that documents all facets of the craft brewing industry and unites the social and cultural aspects of brewing with the sciences of OSU. 

According to the archivist for OHBA, Tiah Edmunson-Morton, “We are really proud of all the work we’ve already done highlighting OSU’s archival collections, learning more about OSU’s talented scientists, hosting researchers, working with the public, meeting with the community, and attending a wonderfully wide variety of events and conferences. 

“Now we’re launching an exciting crowd-funding campaign to help support the work of OHBA,” continues Edmunson-Morton, “and we have high hopes of meeting our $5,000 total by the end of October! We are reaching out to the people who have supported us over the past two years and those who have a stake in these industries — together we can do more.” 

The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives has been able to attract state, national and international attention and been featured in publications as varied as Draft Magazine and Library Journal, as well as on radio programs such as “Think Out Loud” and “Beer Radio.”

More information about OHBA’s crowd-funding effort is available at https://create.osufoundation.org/project/934.

Lovers of beer and history now have an easy way to support the preservation of Oregon beer history. The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University Libraries and Press has launched a crowd-funding campaign to generate funds to expand their hops and brewing collection at OSU’s Valley Library in Corvallis.

What exactly is the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives? In 2013, the OSU Libraries and Press' Special Collections and Archives Research Center established the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives (OHBA) to preserve the story of hop production and the craft brewing movement in Oregon. OHBA is the first archive in the United States dedicated to preserving and telling the intertwined story of hops and beer. It is a project that documents all facets of the craft brewing industry and unites the social and cultural aspects of brewing with the sciences of OSU. 

According to the archivist for OHBA, Tiah Edmunson-Morton, “We are really proud of all the work we’ve already done highlighting OSU’s archival collections, learning more about OSU’s talented scientists, hosting researchers, working with the public, meeting with the community, and attending a wonderfully wide variety of events and conferences. 

“Now we’re launching an exciting crowd-funding campaign to help support the work of OHBA,” continues Edmunson-Morton, “and we have high hopes of meeting our $5,000 total by the end of October! We are reaching out to the people who have supported us over the past two years and those who have a stake in these industries — together we can do more.” 

The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives has been able to attract state, national and international attention and been featured in publications as varied as Draft Magazine and Library Journal, as well as on radio programs such as “Think Out Loud” and “Beer Radio.”

More information about OHBA’s crowd-funding effort is available at https://create.osufoundation.org/project/934.

A new website offers a wealth of information about natural resources and communities in Oregon. The Oregon Explorer website at oregonexplorer.info is a digital library that integrates and provides access to data and information from university archives, public agencies, and other sources to support informed decisions about Oregon’s natural resources. 

“With this redesigned site, the Oregon Explorer now offers information for all places in Oregon. Our goal is to help people find the data that they need to make informed decisions about the places that we care about,” says Janine Salwasser, the program lead for Oregon Explorer. 

Oregon Explorer helps users: 

  • Quickly find, retrieve, integrate and synthesize well-organized data and information
  • Access maps, charts, tables, data collections, photos, videos, reports and publications in highly interactive and visually engaging formats
  • Create shared understanding about Oregon's natural resources and environmental issues
  • Develop and share customized maps and reports
  • Learn about the habitats, hazards, land use, communities and soils for any place in Oregon 

The Oregon Explorer was originally launched in 2007 and is co-managed by Oregon State University Libraries and Press and the Institute for Natural Resources. 

The Institute for Natural Resources provides Oregonians with ready access to current and relevant science-based information, methods and tools for better understanding natural resource management challenges and developing solutions. The institute is located at both Oregon State University (headquarters) and Portland State University. More information about the institute is at oregonstate.edu/inr/.

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