Colorado State University Libraries and the National Center for Biotechnology Information are presenting four interactive workshops for biological researchers.
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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.
Volunteers needed to convert handwritten diaries from Charles A. Lory, CSU’s longest-serving president, into searchable digital files.
Colorado State University faculty can apply for grants to support the adoption, adaptation or creation of open educational resources for their courses.
On ordinary days, student workers are a reliable source of knowledge for patrons at the Morgan Library Help Desk. On these extraordinary days, they are indispensable.
The Libraries have created new services and strengthened existing ones to support research, teaching and learning in a fully online environment.
The Water Resources Archive is launching a pilot project to transcribe diaries written by Delph Carpenter, an influential Colorado water lawyer in the early 1900s.