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June 12
The agreement clarifies roles in delivering technology services on campus
June 1
A television crew visited campus in April to gather footage for the episodes
May 24
The program recognizes students for original research and scholarship
April 19
The building is one of seven library projects worldwide to be honored for its architecture and design
April 11
The UO-based organization helps international scholars make connections via the internet
April 4
Jimmy Murray, a UO Libraries technician, is tapped to served on the governing panel
March 13
The pick-me-up runs from 10 p.m. to midnight on the first day of finals week
March 13
Participants will have a chance to hone their Canvas skills in one of several sessions
February 24
These days, it seems everyone is aware of the “fake news” phenomenon. But with so much news out there, how can you tell which news is real, and which is bogus?Thanks to a University of Oregon librarian, tools and resources that can help make you a savvier consumer of news media are now just a mouse-click away. Created by Carolina Hernandez, journalism and communication librarian with the UO Libraries, the new Fake News and Information Literacy guide was inspired by current events.
February 22
Jessie Minton, a UO grad, approaches projects with ‘coordination and collaboration’