Academic libraries can apply for competitive grants under Oregon's state LSTA program. Grant guidelines are released in mid-January and are posted on the web on the Oregon's LSTA Competitive Grants page.
The Oregon Intellectual Freedom Clearinghouse (OIFC) collects reports on formally challenged materials from all types of Oregon libraries (school, academic, and public). OIFC uses challenge reports as a resource to help libraries deal with challenges.
Oregon's LSTA program subsidizes academic library access to a suite of statewide databases. The Statewide Database Licensing Advisory Committee (SDLAC) includes several academic members who participate in the database licensing process.
The State Library hosts the Libs-Or list which is used for major announcements and general library messages. There is also a one-way list, AL-Directors, to which the State Library adds new directors.
Oregon Library Directory
Libraries can edit their own entries, so please help by checking your library's information annually.
New titles added to OSL's Library Science collection are announced on Libs-Or and posted on the related blog. Suggestions of titles to acquire are welcome.
Northwest Central is an active clearinghouse of continuing education opportunities in the Pacific Northwest. It is easy to get an account and share offerings.
OSLIS, a project of the Oregon Association of School Libraries in partnership with the State Library, is an information literacy website and the Oregon K-12 community's portal to the statewide databases. It features an up-to-date citation maker for APA and MLA that is used by some academic institutions.
The Cooperative Library Instruction Project (CLIP) was a partnership between Chemeketa Community College, Lane Community College, Oregon State University, Western Oregon University and Willamette University whose mission is to design and develop sharable, web-based tutorials to assist in library instruction and information literacy development.
Oregon's 24x7 online reference service. Software can also be used to support in-house reference.
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