Holland and Terrell Operating Hours Extended Permanently
Posted: May 21, 2014 -- letizia
Washington State University’s Holland and Terrell libraries will permanently extend near-round-the-clock operating hours for the upcoming academic year after feedback and requests from ASWSU.
Beginning Sunday, Aug. 24, Holland and Terrell will open at 10 a.m. Sunday and remain open until 7:45 p.m. Friday. Saturday hours will be from 10 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Student leaders and others initially lobbied for the extension during dead and finals weeks last academic year.
Terrell Turns 20: Exhibit Recalls Library's Creation
Posted: August 27, 2014 -- letizia
More than two decades ago, a small parking lot and 140,000 cubic yards of dirt and trees inhabited the spot where Washington State University’s Terrell Library and iconic dome stand. Terrell celebrates its 20th anniversary and kicks off a new academic year with a retrospective exhibit about the library at the heart of campus.
Job opening @WSU Libraries: Library & Archives Paraprofessional 4
Posted: August 26, 2014 -- ray.henry
Library & Archives Paraprofessional 4
Access Services – Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA
The primary responsibility of this position is to respond to and assist patrons, supervise staff in reporting line, process outgoing Summit and manage/troubleshoot incoming Summit and back up Summit returns, manage Circulation workflow including paging, stacks maintenance, and oversee fines processing and record-keeping. This is a full time, 12-month, civil service staff position.
WSU Libraries Change for End-of-Term Loans
Posted: August 26, 2014 -- letizia
The WSU Libraries are working to get our new system to correspond to how we do business, specifically with regard to the semester-long loans we have used in the past for faculty, graduate students, staff, professional students, and honors students. To accommodate patron needs, we have changed the dates for semester-length loans to be renewed or returned, based on University-assigned “expiration dates” that reflect current appointments and class registration.
Job opening @WSU Libraries: Animal Health Sciences Librarian
Posted: August 7, 2014 -- ray.henry
Animal Health Sciences Librarian
Washington State University Libraries, Pullman
The Animal Health Sciences Librarian provides information services in veterinary and comparative medicine, basic biomedical sciences, and global animal health; teaches classes on accessing and managing information; serves as liaison to assigned departments and selects materials for the collections in those disciplines.
World War I Exhibit in MASC Shows Impact to WSU Students, Faculty, Staff
Posted: July 29, 2014 -- letizia
It is a century old, its tan felt cover worn smooth by fingers that opened the scrapbook many times to see Logan Wheeler’s memories of Washington State College. More than 1,000 photos of campus life, people, events and buildings fill the book. There is also the unseen imprint of a spirited young man who caught unposed moments of friends eating watermelon at a picnic or shivering and freshly dusted after a snowball fight.
Librarians After Hours: Employee Exhibit Runs in Terrell Library through Aug. 15
Posted: July 18, 2014 -- letizia
A new exhibit at WSU Libraries is inspired partly by the “make and tell” philosophy of TV “MythBuster” Adam Savage and partly by the desire to showcase off-the-job creativity.
“After Hours: Makers of the Libraries,” will be in the Terrell Library atrium display case through Aug. 15. It features works by 14 WSU Libraries staff members – everything from jewelry, painting and photography to quilting, Native American art and even a tin man made from recycled cans.
Cougar Kids Camp Visit Is Part of Libraries K-12 Outreach
Posted: June 26, 2014 -- letizia
How many books can a Washington State University student check out at a time? What magazine is at call number 901 B772i? And how many copies of “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” does the WSU Libraries own?
About 80 K-6 students attending Cougar Kids Camp Mini Cougar Week learned the answers (299; “Ideas and Men;” and six) during a visit this week to Holland and Terrell libraries. The visit – combined with a related “treasure hunt” through book stacks, archives and landmarks – introduced the youngsters to the world of an academic library.
FindIt!@WSU changes coming July 1st
Posted: June 23, 2014 -- merrilla
Starting July 1st the Findit!@WSU will merge with the Search It discovery interface
In an ongoing effort to minimize barriers to information and provide a consistent user interface the FindIt!@WSU interface will be merged with the Search It discovery interface. For a complete description of the changes with please visit:
and if you have any questions please do visit:
WSU Vet Student’s Quirky Animals on Exhibit at Animal Health Library
Posted: June 12, 2014 -- letizia
In one of Victoria Olsen-Mikitowicz’s artworks, Tyrannosaurus rex stomps across a page of the 1937 “Dispensatory of the United States of America,” once the pharmacy profession’s comprehensive guide to drugs, including those used in veterinary medicine. The book, like the subject matter, has gone the way of the dinosaurs.
Olsen-Mikitowicz, a fourth-year Washington State University veterinary medicine student, has a soft spot for the animal kingdom’s extinct and odd members.