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Newsletters & Reports

Students examining an exhibition on display in the Thomas Gallery on Level 1 of Olin Library.

The University Libraries has developed multiple publications to share updates and information with you. We encourage users to sign up for our email newsletters, follow us on social media, and peruse our magazine and annual report.

For our latest news you are also welcome to check out our News page.

Email Newsletters | Off the Shelf Magazine | Impact Report | The Scholar | Social Media

Email Newsletters

Libraries Now

Libraries Now is a monthly email newsletter with our latest news, events, and info.

Data Digest

Subscribe to our Data Digest email newsletter for data-related news, upcoming events, resource reviews, and more delivered to your inbox. Also includes Data Bytes — our quick, brief, quarterly focus on a key data concept or resource.

Off the Shelf

Off the Shelf is published two times per year for our faculty and friends. The publication features news on new initiatives, collections, services, donors, and more.

Our spring 2024 features highlights of NEXT award adventures; details about the 2023 Ginkgo Award honoree; information about recent acquisitions in modern literature, university archives, and other areas; perspectives from a student worker who went on to pursue a film preservation career; and of course staff news and book recommendations.

cover of Off the Shelf spring 2024

Past Issues of Off the Shelf

Impact Report

This report includes figures and graphs that capture the impact and development of the Libraries’ collections, core services, remote support, outreach efforts, and more, for FY23 (July 2022 through June 2023).

The Scholar

The Scholar is a newsletter for Washington University faculty that highlights the latest resources, projects, and programs at University Libraries.

Recent Issues of The Scholar

Social Media

We encourage you to follow @WashULibraries on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Follow some individual collection areas or University Libraries locations on social media through the following links: