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Get online answers 24/7 through new library service

Get online answers 24/7 through new library service Starting Aug. 19, asking a Washington State University librarian for help with a research topic, citation styles or other resources will be just as convenient as searching the Web anytime day or night. WSU Libraries has joined Ask-WA, a service coordinated by the Washington State Library in […]
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Vicki Croft receives founders award for animal health work

Vicki Croft (third from the left), head of the Animal Health Library, recently received the Founders Award from the International Conference of Animal Health Specialists. The award was given to Croft during this year’s Medical Library Association’s Awards Ceremony in Boston. Croft’s award was covered by WSU News Service in a recent article. Also shown in […]
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Weathermon honored for support of WSU Libraries

PULLMAN, Wash. – Karen Weathermon, director of Washington State University’s Learning Communities/First-Year Focus (formerly Freshman Focus), has received the 2013 WSU Libraries’ Excellence Award. The award recognizes a non-library WSU faculty or staff member who has shown consistent support for the libraries. Weathermon has been a strong supporter of information literacy and librarian teaching in […]
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Nature Boy in (and outside of) the Libraries

Current and past WSU Pullman students have probably walked by the Nature Boy wall statue on the side of Holland Library thousands of times during their WSU careers. Have you ever wondered about the history behind this massive wall statue? Anna Wheately, WSU Libraries’ Interim Director of Development, recently worked with Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections […]
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April Reference Items!

April is National Poetry Month! Did you know that the WSU Libraries have a wide selection of poetry – poems to help celebrate spring, poems that wail and cry, poems that make you laugh, poems that make you think! We hope you’ll check out some poetry during the month of April. And, if you’re looking […]
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Libraries Honor Golden and Diamond Grads

Thursday, April 25th: Reception, Tours, and Music for Golden and Diamond Grads! The Libraries will be hosting a reception in the Atrium and offering tours for the Golden and Diamond Grads on April 25 from 1-3 p.m. Music will be provided by pianist Jered Kostenko who is a graduate student at WSU’s School of Music. […]
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Library Hours Extended

WSU students will have a new study tool available to them for the first time – round-the-clock access to university libraries during the last two weeks of the semester. “After discussion with student leaders and examination of gate count data from last year, we decided to keep the Holland and Terrell libraries open 24/7 during […]
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Gov. Shutdown Affects Some Information Services

Update: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry: limited Agricola: down (EBSCO’s Agricola can still be searched. Bureau of Economic Analysis: down Bureau of Justice Statistics: available Bureau of Labor Statistics: limited Census (and FedStats): down Data.gov: down EDGAR: available ERIC: down (EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) is making the government database ERIC available during the government […]
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Reference Item of the Month for March!

Have a look at March’s Reference Item of the Month, the Encyclopedia of Gender and Society. To learn more about this great resource, or about past reference items of the month, check out our website!
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