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Grad students, get a jump-start on learning to manage the data associated with your research projects with Intro to Data Management on April 5. Then take your Excel skills to the next level with Spreadsheet Best Practices on April 6. If you’ve...
Read a book or two during spring break, and you could win a $100 gift certificate for more books with the Beavers Read Spring Break Challenge.  Here’s how the challenge goes: 1. Read a book, any book, just because you want to read it....
Borrow a blue light lamp from the Valley Library’s Circulation Desk and add a little boost of energy to your day. Blue light lamps now check out for three days, so take one home to chase away the winter blues. Questions? Find out more at the library...
Come by the Valley Library’s Circulation Desk if you'd like to borrow a board game. All games check out for one week so that you can take one home to enjoy with friends, or play it in the building for a quick study break. Want more games? Fill out a...
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...

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