With the acquisition of “The Calcium Bread Scandal,” WSU’s Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections reached its goal of holding a copy of every title published by Hogarth Press since its founding in 1917.
WSU has joined an open-access publishing model with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society.
The guide serves as a starting point for resources to learn about and engage in anti‑racism. Patrons will find reading lists as well as a list of books and more from the WSU Libraries’ collections.
Humanities librarian Erin Hvizdak doesn’t see the increased reliance on digital resources changing any time soon, which has necessitated a change in the role of academic libraries during the pandemic’s duration and beyond.
WSU leaders will evaluate state guidance, safety criteria and operational plans to ensure full compliance before reopening facilities. The latest updates can be found on the university’s COVID‑19 website.
Faculty can request a Kanopy film by filling out a purchase request form for any title they plan to use in class or for educational purposes.
Washington State College President Ernest O. Holland was able to acquire close to 100 artworks that eventually became a founding collection for the future university’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
Faculty, staff and students will have reading access to 1.3 million in-copyright items through HathiTrust’s Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS). This is in addition to 6.7 million public-domain items that were already accessible to WSU Libraries.
Fellows will participate in a three-year program that includes an orientation, coursework, community symposia and other activities relating to multicultural collections and trainings.
Amid a global pandemic, it’s still spring, time for new life and especially gardening to begin.