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Open Research Oklahoma launches

Oklahoma State University has migrated its institutional repository to a new platform that will better serve the university and the state. The new site, Open Research Oklahoma, was developed with OSU’s land grant mission in mind.
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Graphic novel and curriculum address Oklahoma’s past

Mon, Aug 15, 2022

“Chilocco Indian School: A Generational Story,” a graphic novel written by Julie Pearson-Little Thunder with art and graphic direction from Johnnie Diacon and Jerry Bennett, is now available for free download. The novel was produced by the OSU Library’s Oklahoma Oral History Research Program in collaboration with the Chilocco National Alumni Association.

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New York Times now accessible to OSU faculty, staff and students

Fri, Apr 08, 2022

One of the most prestigious newspapers in the world is now available to Oklahoma State University students, faculty and staff for free. The OSU Library has funded a campuswide subscription to the New York Times with unlimited access through an OSU email.

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State's first female graduate receives national honor

Fri, Dec 17, 2021

The Daughters of the American Revolution have posthumously honored Jessie Thatcher Bost, OSU’s first alumna, with the “Women in American History Award.” The award was accepted by Beverly Golden, OSU alumna and Bost’s granddaughter.

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IMLS Grant Supports Library Pandemic Reflections Project

Thu, Dec 16, 2021

The Oklahoma State University Library recently received a federal award for nearly $50,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ American Rescue Plan grant program. The grant will fund the Library’s oral history project titled “Impressions from the Pandemic: Oklahomans Reflect on COVID-19,” and was one of only five awards made to Oklahoma organizations out of the 390 total awards from this program.

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OSU Library project unveiled at White House Tribal Nations Summit

Mon, Nov 15, 2021

The Oklahoma State University Library is partnering with the United States Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior to create the “Tribal Treaties Database.” The project was publicly announced on Nov. 15 at the White House Tribal Nations Summit.

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OpenOKState saves OSU students $500,000

Thu, Oct 14, 2021

Students at Oklahoma State University have collectively saved over $500,000 through the OpenOKState Open Educational Resources program.

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Collaboration expands library access for OSU & UPAEP

Mon, Mar 08, 2021

Oklahoma State University recently expanded its collaboration with Universidad Popular Autonoma del Estado de Puebla, a private university in Puebla, Mexico, to include a reciprocal interlibrary loan agreement. The two institutions have a longstanding partnership that includes student exchanges, dual degree and bridge programs as well as faculty collaborations in multiple academic areas.

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