Two members of the library team have been honored for their outstanding contributions.
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.
Free lectures on various computer topics take place in the Morgan Library Event Hall, 11 a.m.-noon, preceded by a 10:30 a.m. reception.
Data & Donuts and Coding & Cookies sessions take place in Computer Classroom 175 in Morgan Library. Sessions are free, but space is limited to 30 participants.
The installation, which opened in time for 2020 Founders Day on Feb. 11, celebrates Colorado State’s sesquicentennial and will be on display through April.
Colorado State University students, faculty and staff have access to 3D printing through Morgan Library, as well as free training sessions on how to use it.
Morgan Library is hosting a Frederick Douglass Day celebration, spotlighting the legacy of Anna Julia Cooper.
'What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City' tells the story of how the pediatrician discovered lead in the local drinking water.