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:
1. Log in to your account in Primo
2. Click on My Account–>Personal Settings–>Edit Details
3. Select the checkbox next to the ‘SMS Wanted’ field and enter your phone number in the ‘SMS Number’ field.
4. Click Update, and that’s it! You will now get text notifications from the library. If you ever want to stop getting texts, just follow the same process and uncheck the box.
Please note: this is an opt-in service and is in addition to the current email notification system, not in place of it.
Hamersly Library is sponsoring a unique (and really fun!) event as part of New Student Week. Come by the library Tuesday from 1-4pm, and Friday from 12-3pm to participate in WOU Futures Past: a fun, interactive library game that lets you experience the past and capture the future. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates about the event and pictures of all the activities!
Night owls and early birds alike have a study option at Hamersly, even when the library is closed. Our student lounge (located on the west side of the library building) is open 24 hours a day and features 6 PCs, a printer, study space, and vending machines.
PURE Insights is WOU’s peer-reviewed Undergraduate Research Journal and includes works by WOU undergraduate students working closely with a WOU faculty mentor. Since the publication of the inaugural issue at the end of May, content from PURE Insights has been downloaded more than 1660 times by visitors from 43 different countries.
The next issue will be published in May 2013, with a submission deadline of December 31, 2012.
EasyBib is an online tool that helps you organize and use your research sources, including the generation of an APA, MLA, or Chicago/Turabian formatted citation list. The library’s link to EasyBib gets you premium access. Create a new project for each of your research projects, and store your bibliography for the life of the project or beyond. Add notes
Connect EasyBib to Google Apps @ WOU for further functionality: Sign in via the Google button, and enter your WOU email address
WOU is proud to host “Green Light,” an art exhibition by 15 emerging artists with disabilities presented by VSA arts and Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
1st floor lobby, 2nd floor gallery, & 3rd floor galleries
September – December 2010
You can access your H, P, and K drives as well as specialized programs such as Photoshop, Geometer’s Sketchpad, Dreamweaver, and more from off campus!
Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > Remote Desktop Connection.
If you are using Windows XP, you may need to go into Communications within Accessories to locate the program. Once the program has started, use the steps for everyone (below) to connect to WOU’s terminal servers.
You may need to download the free Remote Desktop Connection software from Mactopia
(the download link is at the bottom of that page). Once it is installed, locate Remote Desktop Connection in the
Applications Folder and double click on it. Once the program has started, use the steps for everyone (below) to connect to WOU’s terminal servers.
- In the Remote Desktop Connection window, in the “Computer:” field, type:
- Click Connect. You may get a message asking if you trust
the connection. That is normal, go ahead and click on Connect.
- In the Log On to Windows box, type in your paw print user name and
password and change the domain to MASH. Then click
- When you are done, end your session by clicking on Start then Shut Down
in your Remote Desktop Connection window.
- In the Shut Down Windows dialog box, select Log Off, and then click OK.
Need to access your USB drive or printer while using Remote Desktop? Use these instructions.
Google Scholar is a scholarly search tool from Google, separate from its main search engine.
Its purpose is “to search specifically for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research.” The full text of many items is available online (either freely or by using the “Find it @ WOU” link), although in some instances abstracts with links to pay-per-view document delivery services are displayed.