The Creative Writing Read Series kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 16.
Author Archives: Jenna Allen
In March 2020, student workers joined forces with librarians to answer the flood of library-related questions from anxious students, instructors and researchers, and the partnership has been a resounding success.
Through the agreement, CSU authors can publish, at no cost, an unlimited number of articles in more than 300 open access journals.
The agreement ensures CSU researchers will continue to have access to the 2,300 journal titles from Elsevier currently available through the Libraries.
A longstanding partnership between CSU’s Parking and Transportation Services and the Libraries’ Geospatial Centroid provides meaningful mapping products for transportation decision making, while developing the geospatial technical skills of student interns.
CSU librarians have collected copies of each issue of the ‘Rocky Mountain Collegian,’ but they need to convert paper to pixels to preserve these records of the student voice.
Colorado State University Libraries and the National Center for Biotechnology Information are presenting four interactive workshops for biological researchers.
The Coding and Cookies series teaches the basics of how to use R and RStudio to make research more efficient, reliable and reproducible.
Many students will be juggling hybrid, online and in-person classes, so it’s more important than ever for the CSU Libraries to provide a central location for students with plenty of space to spread out.