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Last Updated: May 21, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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WSU Library

The Library, located in the Learning Resource Center



Library Services for Success

The WSU Library is the hub for knowledge and learning on campus. We work with faculty and staff to develop lifelong learners prepared for productive and fulfilling professional lives, advanced study and socially responsible community engagement.

Central to our services is our Liaison Program. Liaison Librarians assist faculty with library and information literacy instruction, they develop subject specific collections, and provide reference assistance and other affiliated services. 

Our Instruction Program educates information literate lifelong learners. Librarians teach course-integrated sessions and provide in-depth, expert assistance at the Research Help Desk.

Investigate our Library Resources for teaching and research. Items not owned by the Library can be acquired through Interlibrary Loan or Purchase Requests. Place frequently used materials on Course Reserves or add links to electronic Library resources into Blackboard.

Learn about Open Education Resources and visit our Directory of Open Content including open textbooks; journals; courses; and images and media.

We look forward to working with you!


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