Reference Item of the Month for March!

Posted: March 5, 2013 -- eacarlson

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!



Bibliographic Management with EndNote Classes

Posted: February 25, 2013 -- scales

Classes are scheduled for EndNote and EndNote Web instruction.  EndNote enables researchers to manage, organize and integrate bibliographic research and ultimately format documents for publication.  The "Beginner's Class" introduces the basics of using EndNote and EndNote Web.  The 2nd class, "Cite While You Write," will show you how to format documents - both in-text and bibliographic citations into your documents and troubleshoot commonly encountered issues.

Pullman classes, conducted in Terrell 105 classroom:

Beginners Class - Tuesday, March 26th from 10 to 12.



February Reference Item of the Month!

Posted: February 11, 2013 -- eacarlson

Check out the amazing and comprehensive African American National Biography and get a better sense of the breadth and depth of the Aftican American experience! For more information about this reference work, or for past highlighted reference items, please have a look at our website!



Black History Month Film Series

Posted: February 6, 2013 -- robert.waite

Each Thursday at 12 noon during the month of February we will be showing one episode from the documentary series For Love of Liberty: the story of America's Black Patriots in the African American Students Center.

The attached flyer contains more information and you can read more about the film here:



Elsevier Database Sessions

Posted: January 14, 2013 -- beckerg

On Wednesday, January 23rd, Representatives from Elsevier ScienceDirect will be on the WSU Pullman campus hosting information sessions about the Scopus database.

Scopus, one of the largest citation and abstract finding tools contains more than 19,000 titles from 5,000+ publishers and is international in scope. Join us at the library to find out how you can:


Reserve Group Study Rooms Online

Posted: January 10, 2013 -- merrilla

All Terrell Library study rooms can now be reserved online


The Terrell Library study rooms on all floors, can all now be reserved online.  Anyone with a WSU email account can reserve a group study room for up to four hours, per 24 hour period. All reservation requests must be confirmed within 30 minutes of requesting.  Reservations can be confirmed or cancelled by responding to the notification email sent by the system at the time of the initial reservation request.



January Reference Item of the Month!

Posted: January 2, 2013 -- eacarlson

Happy 2013! January's reference item of the month is Patrick Moore's Data Book of Astronomy, a rich and compelling resource for anyone interested in exploring the mysteries of the universe! For more about this book an other reference items of the month, check out our website:


Love Your Libraries!

The WSU Libraries are launching a photo contest called Love Your WSU Libraries from December 3, 2012 to January 31, 2013 to encourage student involvement. The Love Your WSU Libraries campaign is a contest open to all Washington State University students.

SMART Board collaboration technology available in Group Study Rooms in Holland/Terrell Libraries

Posted: November 26, 2012 -- merrilla

• Starting on Monday November 26th,  Terrell 111/113  (The group study rooms closest to the Reference desk in the Holland and Terrell Library) will be available for booking through our LibCal Calendaring Service (check it out here ).  We hope to expand the calendaring service to all of the HAT study rooms by next semester. 



Everybody Reads 2012: Jim Lynch Reads from and Talks about Border Songs

Posted: November 7, 2012 -- eacarlson

Every year libraries on the Palouse sponsor a regional author. This year the book is Border Songs by Jim Lynch. Williamette Week noted of the book that it is "A fascinating look at the confluence of small-town life, the global drug trade and illegal immigration, and it places Jim Lynch at the forefront of Northwest writers to watch." Lynch will be reading at the Holland and Terrell Libraries at noon on Tuesday November 13th in the Quiet Study Lounge. Please come, and tell your friends!