Staying informed in a post-truth, fake news era

Scholars will explore fake news in a speaker series at Oregon State University this spring

Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at OSU is expanding

The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University’s Valley Library is celebrating its third anniversary with expanded collecting areas.

Rare maps collection now available at Oregon State University

A collection of more than 1,000 rare maps depicting various regions of the globe from antiquity to the 20th century is now available 

OSU Press books named finalists for Oregon Book Awards

Three books published by the Oregon State University Press have been named finalists for the 29th annual Oregon Book Awards.

OSU Press to publish book by Floyd McKay on Oregon activists, visionaries

A new book by former journalist Floyd J. McKay, which will be published this April by the Oregon State University Press, helps illuminate how Oregon gained its maverick political reputation.

New software will help OSU patrons access millions of books, articles

Oregon State University Libraries and Press will make it easier for patrons to utilize resources in academic libraries in Oregon, Washington and Idaho by providing them access to more than 9 million books, journal articles, and other materials

OSU joins new education technology consortium

OSU has joined several leading research universities to create an education technology consortium called Unizin that will provide new ways to create and share digital educational content.

Amber fossil reveals ancient reproduction in flowering plants

Researchers have discovered an ancient flowering plant preserved in amber, the oldest known fossil specimen of sexual reproduction in plants.

OSU Press releases new book on wolves in Oregon

The reappearance of wolves in Oregon and the impact they have on people from ranchers to conservationists to attorneys is the subject of a new book by the OSU Press.

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