Among the services the library normally provides are scheduled group study rooms and quiet space away from family and domestic responsibilities. With students under stay-at-home orders and the current closure of the Hamersly Library building, we’ve put together some ideas to help you with these study needs: White Noise | Virtual Study Groups | Physical [more…]
In accordance with the Governor's Executive Orders 20-12 and 20-09, the Library building will be closed to the public at the beginning of spring term. However, we are dedicated to serving the WOU community and our remote services are strong! To ensure your academic success, Hamersly Library is continuing and expanding our remote services while the library building is closed to public access. Please continue reading to learn about our remote library hours and services.
Due to the Governor’s most recent order, our building is no longer accessible to the public. We will continue to provide support for research and instruction, as well as offer computer equipment for checkout in a variety of ways. We’re also online weekdays 8AM-5PM and available by phone or email 10AM-3PM during spring break. Please [more…]
Please see https://library.wou.edu/coronavirus/ for information about library services and hours.
The library is working to put together resources for you to use while WOU courses are primarily offered online.
3/30/20: WOU’s Library & Academic Innovation has ordered additional hotspots to facilitate the teaching and learning of Spring Term coursework. We expect them to arrive the first part of this week. As soon as we receive them we will begin distribution of them according to the waitlist, below. To view the waitlist form in a new window, use this link instead. Sprint: These hotspots will provide unlimited data on the Sprint network. Please find your location on the Nationwide Coverage to determine if you can access data. Verizon: A very limited number of Verizon-network hotspots are on backorder. They are due to arrive 4/24. Find your location on Verizon’s interactive map (scroll down on the resulting page.) These two networks are the only ones we can gain hotspots for at this time. Because we will have far more Sprint hotspots than Verizon hotspots, we are holding the Verizon hotspots for people who cannot access the Sprint network. As with all other materials available from the Library, WOU is covering the cost of these hotspots, with no expense passed on to the borrower. They have unlimited data.
Have you ever wished the library would just text you when the items you order through Summit or interlibrary loan are ready to pick up? If so, you’re in luck because now we can! To sign up for texts from Hamersly: Log into your My Account in Primo Click on Personal Settings–>Edit Select the checkbox next [more…]
Imagine what you can make possible for Western Oregon University students during WOU’s Giving Day, Tuesday, March 3. Designating the library will help build collections, upgrade spaces, provide technology and other priorities with the goal of improving student learning.
Need to create a video for a class assignment? Narrate a PowerPoint presentation? Record a screen capture using Camtasia? Create a website or online portfolio to help in your job search? The Digital Media Center is here to help you with all of your digital project needs, from video and audio production and editing to website [more…]
There is lots of tutoring available in the library. Hours and location vary, see “Tutoring Hours”————–> –>The Writing Center: Sun-Thurs from 7-10pm in Room 116; any course and instruction level. –>The Math Center: varying times in Room 228; both Math and non-Math courses like statistics. –>The Science Learning Center: varying times in Room 124; Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Earth Science [more…]