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Combatting Fear Through Information: COVID-19

By Amanda on March 13, 2020 in What's New

There is much mis- and dis-information being spread about COVID-19 or the coronavirus. The Washington University Libraries have created a resource guide to help you find information you can trust about the virus, how it spreads, and how to protect yourself. As we prepare for its spread across the United States, we want to be […]

Register Now for Free Research Workshops at John M. Olin Library

By Amanda on January 14, 2020 in Math, Physics, What's New

Are you looking to enhance your research and technical skills outside of the classroom? Then join us this spring for Workshops @ Olin Library. These exciting sessions will cover topics such as EndNote OnLine: A Free Citation Management Tool, Be Textbook Savvy, and Telling Your Story with ArcGIS Storymaps. To see the full list of […]

New this Spring: Instruction Request Form!

Interested in incorporating the library in your course? Check out the updated instruction page, including the new instruction request form! The library is developing an Instruction and Information Literacy Program dedicated to helping faculty incorporate meaningful information literacy skills and behaviors into the curriculum. The program promotes holistic, student-centered instruction where students are engaged in […]

Attend a Research Workshop to Enhance Your Skills!

By Amanda on January 25, 2019 in Comparative Literature, Germanic Studies, Physics, What's New

Looking to enhance your research and technical skills outside of the classroom? Then join us for this spring’s 2019 Workshops @ the Library. The workshops are an exciting lineup of seven sessions on topics such as Web Scraping with Python, R for Mere Mortals, and Exploring Visual Collections. More sessions are being added each day, so be sure to check back for an updated lineup!  The […]