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Demonstrations available for upgraded online learning system
February 18, 2015

PULLMAN, Wash. – A recent upgrade to the online training system for Washington State University employees has made it more intuitive and user-friendly. In addition, courses and resources are accessible on mobile devices.

CougarCopies integrates smartphones with mobile printing
December 13, 2013

cougprints-200PULLMAN, Wash. – Mobile printing from smartphones and tablets is available at eight locations around the WSU Pullman campus. The new service was developed and is offered by CougarCopies as an enhancement to the Coug Prints remote, on-the-go printing service.

Use tablet app to browse, access journal articles
August 21, 2013



PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University Libraries is offering a tablet-based app for iPads and certain Android devices so users can browse and access scholarly journal articles from the libraries’ holdings.

BrowZine logoBrowZine pulls articles from databases into complete journals, then arranges them by subject on a library-style virtual newsstand. To download the app, visit

WSU Libraries is piloting the BrowZine subscription for a year, and feedback is welcome. Please send comments to

With BrowZine, users can scan tables of contents and open articles for reading and markup in a preferred … » More …

Patient numbers grow for nurses and mobile unit
July 28, 2005

SPOKANE — The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, a nurse-managed mobile health and dental clinic, has completed its second full year of operations with a 37 percent increase in patient visits over the previous year.         The patient goal for the year, which ended June 30, was 1,600 visits. Care Mobile nurse practitioners saw 1,723 patients, 634 more patients this year over the previous year. More than 68 percent of the new patients were children who were living in poverty.         “We know the Care Mobile is impacting the lives of children and youth in the Spokane area,” said Chris Riebe, Ronald McDonald Care Mobile manager. “Overall, the … » More …

If the shoe fits
September 30, 2004

Mobile shoe sales vehicles were on the WSU Pullman campus Thursday to fit employees for safety footgear. Pictured here are Iron Age Safety Shoes representative from Tacoma, Rodney Stewart, left, and WSU physical plant employee Signe Stolz. Partly shown in the foreground is Ted Scharnhorst, who works at the WSU water treatment plant. (Photo by Evan Epstein, WSU Today intern. Send your suggestions for photos for WSU Today online to or )