Please join us on Wednesday, September 21st at 7pm for the first NestED talk of the year, featuring Joshua Caleb Collins, the founder and CEO of Catapult Ideas. Catapult helps develop the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs by running a startup incubator for high school student
Libraries across America have responded to the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, police-killings of unarmed African Americans, and heightened racial tensions in the country. See how the OWHL is answering this call and doing its part to support awareness and conversation on camp
In addition to serving the research needs of students, and OWHL has a number of professional development resources for faculty. Through the library, you have online access to pedagogical, education, and learning theory journals such as The Chronicle for Higher Education, Education Wee
All members of the PA community – faculty, staff, and students – have free digital access to the New York Times. Once you register for an account, you will have unlimited access to the Times for one year and can read it via the website or the app (both iPhone and Android). Click throu
The OWHL is excited to announce the launch of FREE (B), its newest service for faculty. FREE (B) is the faculty document delivery service at the OWHL – Faculty Research Expedited Expertly (Beta). It's easier than ever to request resources to support your teaching, personal research, a
Do you love to read? Looking to connect with more people on campus? If so, we would love to have you join the new PA book club! We will hold our first meeting on Friday, February 19 and the first selection for the club is The Good House by Ann Leary.
In lieu of our usual Friday roundup, let's talk resolutions. Specifically, book resolutions. Did you set a reading goal this year? Want to start off on the right literary foot? Let us, your local friendly librarians, guide the way with some book recommendations just for you.