Two members of the library team have been honored for their outstanding contributions.
The project examines personal correspondence between black feminists during the second wave of the movement from the 1960s to the 1980s.
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.
Colorado State University Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections is launching the COVID-19 Archive to capture and preserve personal stories from CSU students, faculty and staff.
The Colorado Encyclopedia offers articles and teaching resources for 4th, 8th, and 10th grade readers.
The Libraries have created new services and strengthened existing ones to support research, teaching and learning in a fully online environment.
CSU Libraries started as a reading room in Old Main in 1879 and has grown into a hub for campus research and collaboration.