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The OSU Libraries Faculty Association Seminar Series is pleased to have John Russell, University of Oregon Social Sciences Librarian/History, give a presentation about The Oregon Digital Newspaper Program

When: Friday, February 24...

On tap for the week of 1/30 are 2 sessions of the Literature Review workshop (for graduate students wanting an overview the process) and more citation manager options with EndNote Web and Mendeley, both web-based tools. Join us for these sessions...

The OSU Libraries Winter 2012 Grad Student & Faculty Workshops continue with sessions on Basic and Advanced EndNote and Basic and Advanced Zotero (two useful and powerful reference management tools). Register for these sessions, and check out...

The Valley Library will be closed on Friday, January 20 due to continued flooding, road closures, and possible additional dangerous conditions as rivers and creeks crest during the next 12 to 24 hours.

We will re-open again Saturday,...

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Due to inclement weather, OSU Libraries will be closing this evening, January 17th, at Midnight.

The library will re-open tomorrow morning, January 18th at 10am.

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Black History Month, the Oregon Multicultural Archives invites you to view a small exhibit highlighting the Urban League of Portland’s history of community service and several of its past prominent...

Take one of the elevators at the OSU Valley Library and you will be reminded of a way that you can help to keep the library a civil place to work, study, and collaborate in. A series of 12 posters were created by library graphic artist student...

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