People of the Pacific Northwest have deep and
complicated connections with forests. The OSU Libraries and Press Special
Collections and Archives Research Center explores those connections in its
latest exhibit called “Heartwood:
Check out Graduate Publishing Tips for graduate students who want to get started on publishing their
scholarship (4/13). Whip your citations into shape with Zotero (4/14),
an excellent online tool for capturing, managing and citing...
OpenRefine – a tool for exploring, cleaning, and transforming data – and other
strategies for cleaning data in the Data Wrangling for Research workshop
on April 11. Then learn about Open Science Framework, a tool for
Dr. Jane Lubchenco has been announced as the 2016 winner of
the Linus Pauling Legacy Award sponsored by the Oregon State University
Libraries and Press. Dr. Lubchenco holds the title of university distinguished
professor and advisor in Marine...
Join us for a panel discussion entitled “What is
Open Access? Advance Your Career by Unlocking Your Work” from 4:00–5:30 p.m. on
March 31. The event will be in the Memorial Union’s Pan-African Sankofa Room (room
Libraries and Press is hosting two candidates for the position of Associate University
Librarian for Research and Scholarly Communication. The person in this position
will provide strategic vision and leadership for library engagement...
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
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...