Welcome to the OSU Libraries News and Events page!

 All of the following events are free, open to the public and happening in the Valley Library.   OSU 150: Hops history open house Wednesday, October 3, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Foyer for Special Collections and Archives Research Center, fifth...
You asked. Your library answered. Although we didn't get new funding to pay for additional staff, we worked internally to find the money to support longer open hours on weekends. We're now opening at 10 a.m. on weekends during the academic year...
Grant of $514,000 will allow researchers to study what students think about how their library data is used   Seven researchers from seven university campuses, including a librarian from OSU Libraries, have received grant funding to study what...
 A website focusing on climate change and featuring oral history interviews with 12 leading figures from Oregon State University is now available. Created by the OSU Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center, the Voices of a...
On Sunday, December 3, a small electrical fire at the Valley Library set off the fire alarms and necessitated the evacuation of the building. As one of the busiest public buildings on campus, the safety of our community is our top priority. Many...
The Valley Library Circulation Desk has 24 Dell Latitude laptops available for long term borrowing. These laptops are intended to be term-long laptop substitutes for students without computers. As such, we are prioritizing students in need of a...
Don't leave your backpack or electronics unattended in the library or in other public areas on campus as thefts do occur. If you’d like to store your items in a secure place at the library, lockers are located throughout the Valley Library and...
What is Kanopy? Kanopy is a streaming video resource with a collection of more than 26,000 films from leading producers on almost every subject imaginable, including award-winning documentaries, training films and theatrical releases. Kanopy...
The William H. Galvani Rare Maps Collection of more than 1,000 maps depicting various regions of the globe from antiquity to the 20th century is now available for research at the library’s Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC...
New to campus and unfamiliar with the Valley Library? In addition to the "Floor Maps" link on the upper right of the homepage, we also have an updated brochure that contains a map of each floor in the library to make your wayfinding much easier. The...

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