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Collins Library Links: Updates from Collins Library: New Resources, Streaming Media and Research Marathons

Updates from Collins Library: New Resources, Streaming Media and Research Marathons New Resources: The Library recently began providing access to the following open access primary source resources available on the JSTOR platform.   Additional collections will be added in the future.  These are linked to in the … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: October is National Archives Month Spotlight on the University Archives

October is National Archives MonthSpotlight on the University Archives This issue of the Director’s Digest focuses on our Archives.  Watch this space next month for an introduction to our Special Collections, including rare and artists’ books! Archives support organizations, corporations, … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Archives in the News & Changing the Conversation – Discussion Opportunities!

Archives in the News! We can’t remember a time when the National Archives has received so much attention.   It is a good time to remind everyone about the great resources available from this site https://www.archives.gov/research including research guides to declassified … Continue reading

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Access to Federally Funded Research

Access to Federally Funded Research On August 25, 2022, a memorandum was released by the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy updating federal policy requiring data and publications resulting from federally funded research to be shared.  The OSTP … Continue reading

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A special note from Collins Library – Banned Books Week – Books Unite Us – Censorship Divides Us

Banned Books Week – Books Unite Us – Censorship Divides Us This week libraries all over our country celebrate the freedom to read.  In a release from the American Library Association earlier this month 681 attempts to ban or restrict … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Welcome Back!  We look forward to working with you this semester.

Welcome Back!  We look forward to working with you this semester. Collins Library Staff:  Goodbyes and Hellos: This summer we wished our two archivists, Adriana Flores and Laura Edgar, well as they left Puget Sound to pursue new career opportunities.  We … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Summer Research Services

Collins Library Links: Summer Research Services Summer semester is upon us, and so, too, are the many research-based projects Puget Sound students have undertaken as part of their coursework. Collins Library staff wish to reach out with some reminders of … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Celebrating the Right to Read – National Library Week

Celebrating the Right to Read – National Library Week This week librarians from across the country celebrate National Library Week. At this critical point in time, it’s vitally important to acknowledge and reflect on the rise in book banning across … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Spring Research Services

Collins Library Links: Spring Research Services The second half of the spring semester is upon us, and so, too, are the many research-based projects Puget Sound students have undertaken as part of their coursework. Collins Library staff wish to reach … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: Lever Press – Supporting Puget Sound Students with a New Model of Publishing

Lever Press – Supporting Puget Sound Students with a New Model of Publishingwww.leverpress.org The current generation of college students face many challenges. One of these challenges is access to reliable information which is exacerbated by the dramatic increase in the … Continue reading

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