When Washington State University Libraries open July 12, emergency temporary access to their print holdings contained within the HathiTrust Digital Library will end.
Starting July 12, libraries across the system are holding some summer open hours. Plans for regular open hours during the fall semester will be announced in early‑ to mid‑August.
The board exists as a direct channel for students to give input about the physical and digital experience of the WSU Libraries.
Sign up to receive occasional invitations to surveys, feedback sessions, usability tests, participatory design sessions and more, including some that involve $15 gift cards as incentives.
WSU Libraries’ patrons now have access to a new video database, ProQuest’s Academic Video Online (AVON), offering 71,000 titles spanning a wide range of subjects.
With walk-in reference help shuttered at academic libraries around the country because of COVID-19, helping patrons virtually is more critical than ever before.
The circumstances brought by COVID‑19 demonstrated why it is essential for universities to support online access to scholarly materials without the barriers often posed by cost and inadequate web accessibility.
The digital collection will be of interest to farmers, nutritionists, historians and cultural studies researchers looking for Extension material from the first half of the 20th century.
By sharing the 12,500 photos in the Irwin Nash Images of Migrant Labor Digital Collection, WSU libraries staff hope to shed new light on the history of Washington’s largest minority.
The annual WSU Libraries’ event will be held on Zoom this year. Organized by Social Sciences and Government Information Librarian Lorena O’English, the event celebrates the signing of the Constitution in 1787.