Kresge Library News Read the latest news from Kresge Library at Oakland University! http://library.oakland.edu/news/news_rss.php <![CDATA[OA Read & Publish agreement with Cambridge University]]>

OU Libraries has entered into its first Read & Publish agreement with Cambridge University Press. Faculty at OU can now publish open access in Cambridge University Press journals without paying an article processing fee (APC).This includes all 44 gold OA and 330 hybrid journals.

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<![CDATA[Now Offering Sunday Hours!]]>

Beginning on March 21st, Kresge Library will be open to current students, faculty, and staff on Sundays from 10am - 6pm. Mask & GrizzCard required for entry.

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<![CDATA[Pontiac Oral Histories]]>

In the 1970s, OU conducted interviews of older Black residents of Pontiac to capture their stories. Most had come from the South in the 1920s and lived through the Great Depression and war in Pontiac. Learn more about the recordings and the woman who started the project, Johnetta Brazzell.

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<![CDATA[Black Lives Matter: Panel Discussion]]>


OU Libraries and Center for Multicultural Initiatives in recognition of African American Celebration Month present: Black Lives Matter Panel Discussion. A recording of this event is now available. You can view it here: BLM Panel Discussion. Learn more about this event.

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<![CDATA[OU Libraries Services During COVID]]>

Check the OU Libraries REMOTE & IN-PERSON website for the most up-to-date information regarding available library services and resources during the pandemic.

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<![CDATA[Treasures of the OU Archives: A Virtual Event featuring "The Land of Healthful Delight"]]>

The Rod and Susan Wilson Collection of Rochester History -
Rod Wilson shared his expertise and experience as a collector, as well as stories and tidbits about some of the interesting items in the collection. . View the recorded Zoom event.
See the online Land of Healthful Delight exhibit.

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<![CDATA[Finding Quality Information on COVID-19 (coronavirus)]]>

If you are seeking free, reliable, and up-to-date information on coronavirus (COVID-19), OU Libraries recommend online resources available through the CDCWHO, and MedlinePlus. Those affiliated with OU should also stay informed about restrictions on university-sponsored travel and other guidelines to protect the campus community by visiting the institution's coronavirus webpage. Thanks to the OUWB Medical Library for identifying these quality medical resources!

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