Hamersly will stay open later for your studying convenience starting Wednesday, Dec 4th through Wednesday of finals week. See the full schedule here. Good luck with those papers and exams!
Below is just a sampling of our new arrivals. Browse the collection to see all our recreational books, and check one out before you leave campus!
The Circle by Dave Eggers. Call Number: REC EGG
Doctor Sleep (sequel to The Shining) by Stephen King. Call Number: REC KIN
Dog Songs by Mary Oliver. Call Number: REC OLI
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. Call Number: REC ROW
The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert. Call Number: REC GIL
MaddAddam by Margaret Atwood. Call Number: REC ATW
The Sound and the Furry by Spencer Quinn. Call Number: REC QUI
What the Dog Knows: The Science and Wonder of Working Dogs by Cat Warren. Call Number: REC WAR
Wheelmen: Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the Greatest Sports Conspiracy Ever by Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O’Connell. Call Number: REC ALB
The Aviators: Eddie Rickenbacker, Jimmy Doolittle, Charles Lindbergh, and the Epic Age of Flight by Winston Groom. Call Number: REC GRO
Behind the Scenes at Downton Abbey by Emma Rowley and Gareth Neame. Call Number: REC ROW
David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell. Call Number: REC GLA
One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson. Call Number: REC BRY
Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink. Call Number: REC FIN
Need help formatting your paper, citing your sources, or creating your Works Cited page/Reference page/Bibliography? We’ve created new style aids to guide you through using the most common citation styles, including MLA, APA, Chicago, AMA, and CSE. Check them out here.
If you need more help, please let us know! You can find us at the Reference desk in Hamersly or online via our Ask a Librarian live chat option:
Driven: From Homeless to Hero, My Journeys On and Off Lambeau Field by Donald Driver. Call Number: REC DRI
My Story by Elizabeth Smart, with Chris Stewart. Call Number: REC SMA
The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism by Naoki Higashida, Translated by K.A. Yoshida and David Mitchell. Call Number: REC HIG
(Watch translator David Mitchell’s interview with Jon Stewart)
The Program for Undergraduate Research (PURE) invites you to submit your work to WOU’s peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal: PURE Insights.
Students and recent graduates can submit original research and creative work including technical papers, research articles, expository articles, poems, short stories, photographs, videos, and other creative works from all academic disciplines. All submissions to the journal must have a faculty sponsor.
The submission deadline for the next issue is coming up quickly on December 31st!
The current issue of PURE Insights as well as complete guidelines and a link for submitting your work is available online at: http://digitalcommons.wou.edu/
Sometimes full articles are available directly from the library databases, and you will see this icon:
But in many instances, there is no link to the full text of the article, and you only have the summary (or even just the citation information). This is when you use the ‘Find it @ WOU’ button. It looks like this:
Just click it and you will be taken to a page with information about how to access the full text of your article.
Need more help? Check out our Find it @ WOU tutorial to discover the different ways we might link you to the full text in our electronic sources, to our print sources & Scan & Deliver service, to Articles OnDemand, and to Interlibrary Loan, as appropriate.
Find lots of great movies in the library – from Oscar winners to blockbusters, and everything in between. Most are available in both DVD and Blu-ray. Newer films (within the last three years) are on the 1st floor in the Recreation Collection, and older films are on the 2nd floor. You can also browse movies in the library catalog.
Here are some of the most recent additions:
|Zero Dark Thirty
||Life of Pi|
|Lincoln||Beasts of the Southern Wild|