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CINAHL Searching workshops Winter 2017
Thursday Jan.19, noon-1pm and Friday Jan. 27, noon-1pm. Registration for both sessions is now open. Learn how to effectively search CINAHL and save time completing assignments. The session will address needs specific to searching for Nursing literature for NRS 452 and other NRS courses. more»


Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise - screening and discussion - Thu, Feb 2nd, at noon in KL 242
In honor of African American Celebration Month, Kresge Library will be screening the documentary film Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise on Thu, Feb 2nd, 12pm-1:30pm in KL 242 (Nyberg Room). We have invited OU's Dr. Alison Powell, Professor of English, to discuss the teaching of Social Justice and Human Rights through Poetry using Maya Angelou's life and writing as and example. All are welcome! Refreshments will be served. more»


Flu clinic -- Thu, Feb 16, 10am-11:30am
There will be a flu clinic at the library on Thursday, February 16, 10-11:30am in the popular reading area (to the right as you enter the building). You are welcome to stop by and get a flu shot. more»


New Special Collection: Michael J. Rogers Congressional Collection
The papers of Congressman Michael J. "Mike" Rogers are now held by Oakland University Libraries. Congressman Rogers served as a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives between 2001 and 2015, representing Michigan's 8th District. This new collection includes thousands of physical and digital documents, photos, videos, and artifacts that document his career. more»


Authors at Oakland: Article submissions accepted by Jan 23rd
The Senate Library Committee invites all faculty who have published one or more articles, essays, or creative pieces in peer-reviewed journals in 2015-2016 to submit one of these for recognition at the event. All submissions will be on display. You can upload your article online. The event will be held on March 15, 2017, 2pm - 4pm on the 4th floor of Kresge Library. more»


Workshop Series - Research, Publishing and Dissemination
Increase Your Impact - Getting your work noticed, read, cited and used (Thu, March 2). Determining legitimacy of online publications: Strategies for identifying journal authenticity (Thu, March 9). Author's Rights and Alternatives to Copyright - Retain your rights (Thu, March 15). Data Management 101 - Manage your research data effectively (Thu, March 30). The NEW Refworks - Manage citations & create bibliographies (Thu, April 13). All events take place from 12 -1 in KL 225A. Light refreshments will be served. more»


Kresge Library is on Instagram!
Calling all book lovers and OU Grizzlies!...give us a follow! We're on Instagram! Do you have pictures of yourself at Kresge Library? Tag us in it @ou_libraries and use #kresgelibrary! more»


Kresge Library Launches Open Access Fund PILOT
Kresge Library supports open access as a publishing option for OU faculty and researchers to publish their scholarly work. The OA publishing model allows free, immediate access to research. We have launched a Open Access Fund Pilot program to remove financial barriers that prevent researchers from publishing in established open access peer-reviewed journals and peer-reviewed journals with an open access option. The fund is open to all OU faculty including adjunct faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers at Oakland University. more»


Introducing: FitDesks!
Kresge Library is excited to announce the arrival of two brand new FitDesks, located on the 2nd Floor near the OU Help Desk offices! Students are welcome to use the FitDesks, which act as stationary bicycles, while they read, study or work on their computers. Give the FitDesks a try and let us know what you think! Pick up a comment card in the FitDesk drawer and leave it in our comment box by the main entrance. more»


Need help finding your Grizz ID or email account?
We know - username & password overload. So, here's a quick guide to what accounts you need, and how to get them. more»


Looking for a Textbook? We have a guide for that!
Check out this handy guide if you need to buy, rent, or borrow a textbook. more»


BrowZine is a FREE app available to all OU students and faculty through OU Libraries!
Browse, read and monitor our journal collection directly from your iPad, Android tablet or Kindle device. Simply download the app and select Oakland University. Customize your bookshelf and easily save or share articles. Please send questions and feedback to: lombardo@oakland.edu more»


OU Archives Seeking Documents
The Oakland University Archives is looking for documents relating to the University's history, including items such as official records, papers, reports, minutes, publications, photographs, flyers, maps, etc. Please contact Dominique Daniel (x2478) or Shirley Paquette (x2419) if you have items to donate. Original documents can be returned. more»


Bestsellers and Graphic Novels Now Available!
Kresge Library is now home to two new collections - a popular reading collection, funded by the OU Student Congress, and a graphic novel and comic book collection - to provide recreational reading material for OU students. Look in the lobby the next time you come to the Library! more»


MyCopy Springer ebooks available for $24.95
You can purchase your own copy of a library-owned ebook published from 2005 by Springer, a major publisher of books and journals in the sciences, engineering, social sciences and medicine. The library has many ebooks from Springer-Verlag, which are available through the library catalog or from the SpringerLink platform. more»


Chronicle of Higher Education online
OU has a site-wide license to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Click to give it a test drive! more»

 

 

 

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