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Congratulations to Anne-Marie Deitering and Hannah Gascho-Rempel.  Their article, "Sparking Curiosity – Librarians’ Role in Encouraging Exploration” was published in In the Library with the Lead Pipe, an open access, peer-reviewed journal. 

Anne-Marie Deitering sitting at her desk

Our very own Beth Filar-Williams appeared in the Barometer as part of the FIRST! event!  The FIRST! Program is designed to improve the college experience for first-generation college students through mentorship.




Find Useful Information about Marketing and Communications in CN-Share.  Daniel Moret has placed a variety of documents in CN-Share than can be useful to faculty and staff of the Libraries and Press. Need the form to request graphic design assistance? Looking for a logo? Want to know how to use an em dash correctly? Just look here. 

Feb. 28, reading room, 4pm -- Collections at the Center -- Remembering the Past: Queer Inspiration for Contemporary Activism

Feb. 28, reading room, 7pm -- reading of the play Silent Sky (pertains to early 20th century Harvard astronomer Henrietta Leavitt)

Feb. 28, main floor rotunda, 6:30pm -- OSU Press author Ellen Morris Bishop will read from her book Living with Thunder: Exploring the Geologic Past, Present, and Future of the Pacific Northwest.

The cover of Living with Thunder



Lori attended basic training on screen-readers and web page interactions as part of the Primo UX and Accessibility team. (read her notes here)

Longterm laptops will be fully set up and ready to circulate very soon, thanks to Dave.

Sami and Sara T. participated in a "Community Social" in which neighbors from our surrounding retirement centers were invited to campus for tours.



A group of faculty and staff will be getting together to brainstorm possible OSULP projects related to teaching about fact reporting in the news (or Fake News).  This will be on February 28 from 1-2:30pm in Willamette East.


SCARC LT3 – The position has been filled!  An offer letter is being finalized with Rachel, and we’re hopeful she’ll start sometime in mid-April.

ETS LT3 – This position is on hold.

Acquisitions LT2 – The search committee for this position has been confirmed.

Science Librarian – The search committee is reviewing the position description.

Building Manager – The search was extended, with the posting now ending on the 3rd of March.

Web Developer – They’re in the process of identifying who will be getting phone interviews.

Resource Sharing/CM Unit Manager – They’re currently conducting phone interviews and identifying people to come onto campus for an in-person interview.


Quote of the Week

“Everything you need for a better future and success has already been written. And guess what? All you have to do is go to the library.”

— Henri Frederic Amiel