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Help Lower Textbook Costs for Students

Are you an instructor who’s concerned about the impact of high textbook costs on your students? What You Can Do Attend Open Oregon’s virtual Open Textbook Workshops. The one-hour session will provide information about open textbooks and how to find discipline-specific titles. After the workshop you can earn $200-$300 by writing a review of an […]

Our building is closed but our services are still strong

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.

Monetary Donations to WOU’s Archives

The WOU Archives is primarily supported by the generosity of donors. We ask public researchers and genealogists to consider a nominal donation to ensure resources are preserved and available now and in the future. All donations, no matter how small, are helpful in preserving resources for now and future generations. Please consider a donation to […]

Need help? There’s a tutor in the library for that.

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 […]

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