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Explore his digital collection of posters and broadsides documenting the poetic and aesthetic revolution of the Beat Movement.
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Beat Movement Collection

Explore his digital collection of posters and broadsides documenting the poetic and aesthetic revolution of the Beat Movement.

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Learn about all the library has to support student life and well-being at USU.
Library Survival Guide

Library Survival Guide

Learn about all the library has to support student life and well-being at USU.

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Join us Nov. 4th at 12pm for Communities Activated: Stories from Behind the Scenes of Progress, part of Intersections on Inclusion seminar series.
Intersections on Inclusion Series

Intersections on Inclusion Series

Join us Nov. 4th at 12pm for Communities Activated: Stories from Behind the Scenes of Progress, part of Intersections on Inclusion seminar series.

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Join us Oct. 20th in Merrill-Cazier Library Room 101 for a spooky afternoon of literature and lore.
Supernatural Lore of Southern Utah

Supernatural Lore of Southern Utah

Join us Oct. 20th in Merrill-Cazier Library Room 101 for a spooky afternoon of literature and lore.

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An exhibit on the history of the Aggie Creamery is currently on display in the Merrill-Cazier Library.
100 Years of Aggie Ice Cream

100 Years of Aggie Ice Cream

An exhibit on the history of the Aggie Creamery is currently on display in the Merrill-Cazier Library.

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Join us October 27th and 28th for sessions exploring the theme "Open For Climate Justice."
Open Access Week 2022

Open Access Week 2022

Join us October 27th and 28th for sessions exploring the theme "Open For Climate Justice."

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A new digital exhibit explores Dr. Chris Conte's work alongside historical photographs of the Usambara mountains in Tanzania.
The Environmental History of Tanzania

The Environmental History of Tanzania

A new digital exhibit explores Dr. Chris Conte's work alongside historical photographs of the Usambara mountains in Tanzania.

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Kamp Kit, an exhibit exploring the history of outdoor recreation and gear, is on display at the Merrill-Cazier Library through mid October.
Kamp Kit Exhibit On Display

Kamp Kit Exhibit On Display

Kamp Kit, an exhibit exploring the history of outdoor recreation and gear, is on display at the Merrill-Cazier Library through mid October.

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The Library After Hours event for first-year connection students was one of the most attended events in library history.
Library After Hours Draws Big Crowd

Library After Hours Draws Big Crowd

The Library After Hours event for first-year connection students was one of the most attended events in library history.

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USU Libraries invites submissions for lightning talk proposals for Open Access Week 2022, to be held Thursday, October 27, 12 pm.
Call for Proposals: Open Access Week

Call for Proposals: Open Access Week

USU Libraries invites submissions for lightning talk proposals for Open Access Week 2022, to be held Thursday, October 27, 12 pm.

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USU undergraduate history students uncovered the rich history of Logan's Island Market. Learn more about the project and the Libraries' digital exhibit.
Uncovering Logan's Island Market

Uncovering Logan's Island Market

USU undergraduate history students uncovered the rich history of Logan's Island Market. Learn more about the project and the Libraries' digital exhibit.

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Dr. Benjamin Pykles will present the 2022 Arrington Mormon History Lecture on October 13th, 2022 at 7pm.
Arrington Lecture 2022

Arrington Lecture 2022

Dr. Benjamin Pykles will present the 2022 Arrington Mormon History Lecture on October 13th, 2022 at 7pm.

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Join us Sept 19-23 for Peer Review Week, a global event celebrating the essential role that peer review plays in maintaining research quality.
Peer Review Week

Peer Review Week

Join us Sept 19-23 for Peer Review Week, a global event celebrating the essential role that peer review plays in maintaining research quality.

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Dr. Jeannie Johnson will present the Friends of the Merill-Cazier Library Fall Lecture on Sept. 28 at 7 p.m.
Anticipatory Intelligence and 21st Century Threats Lecture

Anticipatory Intelligence and 21st Century Threats Lecture

Dr. Jeannie Johnson will present the Friends of the Merill-Cazier Library Fall Lecture on Sept. 28 at 7 p.m.

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USU Libraries’ Outdoor Recreation Catalogs & Magazines collection represents an ongoing effort to collect outdoor publications.
Outdoor Recreation Catalogs

Outdoor Recreation Catalogs

USU Libraries’ Outdoor Recreation Catalogs & Magazines collection represents an ongoing effort to collect outdoor publications.

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A new exhibit features artists from across Utah. On display until July 13th
The Art of Exploration Exhibit

The Art of Exploration Exhibit

A new exhibit features artists from across Utah. On display until July 13th

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Datapalooza 2022 will cover the data management basics and features a panel of researchers from across campus.
Datapalooza 2022

Datapalooza 2022

Datapalooza 2022 will cover the data management basics and features a panel of researchers from across campus.

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Richard E. Turley Jr. will discuss Mark Hofmann’s rise and fall, forger and bomber, on March 30, 2022, at 7:00 pm.
From Utah State University to Utah State Prison: The Rise and Fall of Mark Hofmann, Forger and Bomber

From Utah State University to Utah State Prison: The Rise and Fall of Mark Hofmann, Forger and Bomber

Richard E. Turley Jr. will discuss Mark Hofmann’s rise and fall, forger and bomber, on March 30, 2022, at 7:00 pm.

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Returning Home will be on display on the lower level of the Merrill-Cazier Library until March 25.
Returning Home Exhibit on Display

Returning Home Exhibit on Display

Returning Home will be on display on the lower level of the Merrill-Cazier Library until March 25.

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Designed to encourage reflection, community-building, and dialogue across campus, these conversations will examine inequity in scholarly practice.
Intersections on Inclusion Series

Intersections on Inclusion Series

Designed to encourage reflection, community-building, and dialogue across campus, these conversations will examine inequity in scholarly practice.

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Learn more about current OER grant opportunities
Open Educational Resources Grant Call

Open Educational Resources Grant Call

Learn more about current OER grant opportunities

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Check out our new digital exhibit honoring the Jewish community in Ogden, Utah!
100 Years of Congregation Brith Sholem

100 Years of Congregation Brith Sholem

Check out our new digital exhibit honoring the Jewish community in Ogden, Utah!

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Learn about the OA explosion with Dr. Bruce Bugbee. Nov. 18, 12 - 1pm.
Gutenburg Achieves Escape Velocity

Gutenburg Achieves Escape Velocity

Learn about the OA explosion with Dr. Bruce Bugbee. Nov. 18, 12 - 1pm.

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The USU Libraries is holding a virtual, professional development workshop in which a group of instructors engage in research assignment redesign.
Revamp your research assignment

Revamp your research assignment

The USU Libraries is holding a virtual, professional development workshop in which a group of instructors engage in research assignment redesign.

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In Decisions Downstream, watershed scientist Dr. Sarah Null teams up with Utah-based artists Chris Peterson and Carsten Meier to explore new ways of seeing river habitats. On display September 14th, 2021 - December 8th, 2022.
Decisions Downstream

Decisions Downstream

In Decisions Downstream, watershed scientist Dr. Sarah Null teams up with Utah-based artists Chris Peterson and Carsten Meier to explore new ways of seeing river habitats. On display September 14th, 2021 - December 8th, 2022.

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Dr. Laurie Maffly-Kipp: “A Marvelous Work: Reading Mormonism in West Africa.” Oct. 7th, 7pm.
Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture

Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture

Dr. Laurie Maffly-Kipp: “A Marvelous Work: Reading Mormonism in West Africa.” Oct. 7th, 7pm.

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Designed to encourage reflection, community-building, and dialogue across campus, these conversations will examine inequity in scholarly practice.
Intersections on Inclusion

Intersections on Inclusion

Designed to encourage reflection, community-building, and dialogue across campus, these conversations will examine inequity in scholarly practice.

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Join us on Sept. 10th at 12:00pm for a Brown Bag Lecture with authors Farina King, Michael Taylor, and James Swensen to talk about their book Returning Home.
Returning Home Intermountain

Returning Home Intermountain

Join us on Sept. 10th at 12:00pm for a Brown Bag Lecture with authors Farina King, Michael Taylor, and James Swensen to talk about their book Returning Home.

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USU Libraries’ Outdoor Recreation Catalogs & Magazines collection represents an ongoing effort to collect outdoor catalog and recreation publications.
Outdoor Recreation Catalogs and Magazines

Outdoor Recreation Catalogs and Magazines

USU Libraries’ Outdoor Recreation Catalogs & Magazines collection represents an ongoing effort to collect outdoor catalog and recreation publications.

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A research guide for studying anti-racism and racial justice issues
Resources for Racial Justice

Resources for Racial Justice

A research guide for studying anti-racism and racial justice issues

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The Library recently acquired Lean Library, a browser extension that makes it easy to access library materials off campus.
Lean Library Browser Extension

Lean Library Browser Extension

The Library recently acquired Lean Library, a browser extension that makes it easy to access library materials off campus.

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Join us the first week of April for our Second Annual Datapalooza virtual event to learn more about research data management services from USU Libraries.
Datapalooza 2021

Datapalooza 2021

Join us the first week of April for our Second Annual Datapalooza virtual event to learn more about research data management services from USU Libraries.

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The USU Libraries is holding a virtual, professional development workshop in which a group of graduate instructors engage in research assignment redesign.
Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Virtual Workshop

Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Virtual Workshop

The USU Libraries is holding a virtual, professional development workshop in which a group of graduate instructors engage in research assignment redesign.

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August 19, 2020 is the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Its language is simple and clear: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.”
100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage

100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage

August 19, 2020 is the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Its language is simple and clear: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.”

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The USU Libraries condemns racism and violence against Black people and all people of color. Black Lives Matter. We stand in solidarity with the statement by Aggies Think, Care, Act.
A Statement of Solidarity

A Statement of Solidarity

The USU Libraries condemns racism and violence against Black people and all people of color. Black Lives Matter. We stand in solidarity with the statement by Aggies Think, Care, Act.

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Research and Data Management Services is here to help. Contact us for email, video, and phone consultations.
Research Data Management Online Help

Research Data Management Online Help

Research and Data Management Services is here to help. Contact us for email, video, and phone consultations.

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This guide provides access to trustworthy sources for news and academic research on Covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus discovered in December 2019.
Coronavirus Information Guide

Coronavirus Information Guide

This guide provides access to trustworthy sources for news and academic research on Covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus discovered in December 2019.

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Cache Valley: An Airminded Community is a digital exhibit that is designed to make people aware of the rich aviation heritage that exists in Cache Valley.
March Digital Exhibit Spotlight

March Digital Exhibit Spotlight

Cache Valley: An Airminded Community is a digital exhibit that is designed to make people aware of the rich aviation heritage that exists in Cache Valley.

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The Northern Utah Mormon Food Storage Fieldwork Collection is full of interviews and documentary photographs regarding Mormon food storage activities carried out by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Cache Valley, Utah, during
Northern Utah Mormon Food Storage Fieldwork Collection

Northern Utah Mormon Food Storage Fieldwork Collection

The Northern Utah Mormon Food Storage Fieldwork Collection is full of interviews and documentary photographs regarding Mormon food storage activities carried out by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Cache Valley, Utah, during...

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Pilar Pobil will visit Merrill-Cazier Library on Thursday, February 20th at noon for a gallery walk. Learn about Pobil’s inspiration and creative process straight from the artist herself. This event is free and open to the public.
Pilar Pobil Gallery Walk

Pilar Pobil Gallery Walk

Pilar Pobil will visit Merrill-Cazier Library on Thursday, February 20th at noon for a gallery walk. Learn about Pobil’s inspiration and creative process straight from the artist herself. This event is free and open to the public.

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As of January 1, 2020, U.S. publications from 1924 will finally become free to use, copy, and adapt. Copyright law allows authors and artists to profit from their creative works.
Public Domain Day Exhibit

Public Domain Day Exhibit

As of January 1, 2020, U.S. publications from 1924 will finally become free to use, copy, and adapt. Copyright law allows authors and artists to profit from their creative works.

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Preserving the story of modern-day ranch families is an important area of interest for Utah State University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives.
Ranch Family Documentation Project

Ranch Family Documentation Project

Preserving the story of modern-day ranch families is an important area of interest for Utah State University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives.

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Art & Sciences XI and XII contains content from 15 countries and includes premier titles such as The American Scholar, RSA Journal, and Black Scholar.
New Digital Collection from JSTOR: Art and Science Xi, XII

New Digital Collection from JSTOR: Art and Science Xi, XII

Art & Sciences XI and XII contains content from 15 countries and includes premier titles such as The American Scholar, RSA Journal, and Black Scholar.