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Starting this fall, the Hannon Library will launch its initial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) survey. The purpose of the survey is to receive student, staff, faculty, and community feedback regarding EDI efforts at the library and how to improve them. The project is spearheaded by the Hannon Library EDI committee, which will also collect […]

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As you know, the cost of textbooks and course materials continues to rise, adding a financial barrier for our students to enroll in courses and successfully complete their degree. Using open educational resources is one way in which instructors can have a direct impact on the cost of textbooks and on their students’ ability to […]

The Hannon Library will host a book sale this week, from May 25th-May 27th. Hours on the 25th and 26th are 8am-7pm, and hours on the 27th are 8am-5pm. Hardcovers are $2, paperbacks are $1. Cash and credit cards are accepted, and there will be new stock daily. For any questions, please contact 541-552-6023 or […]

To celebrate AAPI Heritage Month, we interviewed SOU Associate Professor and Author Precious Yamaguchi, Ph.D, about her work, as well as some of her favorite books by AAPI authors.    What is your favorite thing about being a professor at SOU? “I think the students at SOU are so unique, fun, and I love getting to […]

Join the Friends of Hannon Library this Thursday at 5pm for the latest installment in the Speaker Series: Storytelling: Stepping from the Past to the Future with Indigenous Fantasy. Pre-Registration is required and can be done here. Valerie Janis, Ojibwe author and librarian, shares the creative process of entwining her traditional culture and the Ojibwe […]

A new deal negotiated by the Hannon Library will allow all students, staff, and faculty to access to the online version of the New York Times. Collection Development Librarian, Emily Miller-Francisco, negotiated the deal on behalf of the library. SOU’s institutional subscription includes the following: Unlimited access on NYTimes.com (There is no daily limit to the […]

The Hannon Library is celebrating and honoring six women from historically marginalized and underrepresented groups this Women’s History Month. These women have shaped the history books in myriad of ways––even if said books haven’t give them their due credit. A display in the library is featured until the end of the month, highlighting Ida B. […]

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