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What Veterans Day should mean to a Library

As a veteran and a librarian I got to thinking about what Veterans Day should mean to a library, and the truth is that it should mean a whole lot… A library stands on the First Amendment to ensure intellectual … (Read More) What Veterans Day should mean to a Library

The Art of Travel display

  Anna Quindlen once said, “books are the plane, the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” This month’s travel display features books and movies that tell about the wonderful world of travel. … (Read More) The Art of Travel display

Alumna identifies people in photo archives

When Joan (Edwards) Williams and her son Matt were browsing Historic Boise State, a collection of archived photos, they noticed a lot of names missing from the photos. Joan went to Boise Junior College (BJC) from 1949 to 1951, participated … (Read More) Alumna identifies people in photo archives

Open Access Week: Resources

Here are some of our favorite resources to learn more about Open Access: SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) works to enable the open sharing of research outputs and educational materials in order to democratize access to knowledge, … (Read More) Open Access Week: Resources

Open access week: How to make your research open access

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Open Access Week

International Open Access Week is October 23-29, 2017, and seeks to raise awareness of open access (OA) practices in research institutions and college campuses the world over. It’s a call to action for authors, librarians, faculty, promotion and tenure committees, … (Read More) Open Access Week

Combating Misinformation

In an era of “fake news” and “alternative facts,” Albertsons Library is launching an information literacy campaign to encourage all members of the Boise State University community to carefully evaluate their sources of information — whether writing a paper, conducting … (Read More) Combating Misinformation

BANNED BOOKS WEEK

The Department of World Languages, Albertsons Library, and Casita Nepantla cordially Invite you to a brown bag lecture series as part of BANNED BOOKS WEEK. All meetings will be held in Library 201C from noon-1pm. Monday, September 25 | The … (Read More) BANNED BOOKS WEEK

Coffee and Donuts for Graduate Researchers

The Coffee and Donuts for Graduate Researchers forum will focus on research support services for graduate students. Come learn about resources to support literature reviews, research computing, publications, data management, scholarly profiles, and more. Participants will have the opportunity to … (Read More) Coffee and Donuts for Graduate Researchers

From the Stage

Did you know that Theatre is used as therapy by some psychiatrists? Think about it, what if you were able to work your way through a problem by performing in a scene, or singing a little ditty about your troubles … (Read More) From the Stage