Category Archives: State Library

eClips Tip – There Sure Are a Lot of You Out There.

Here is a little bit of data about our eClips product. Did you know the State Library: Sends out over 1770 eClips editions to subscribers every weekday Has nearly 300 followers tracking our eClips Blog Consistently provides access to over 2000 stories/day for our eClips fans It’s our pleasure to keep you “up to date” […]
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eClips Tip – Let’s Visit! Librarians are Hitting the Road This Summer/Fall

Look!  Oregon Trail Ruts. Similar to the thousands that came to Oregon via the Oregon Trail, your State Library reference librarians would like to “hit the road” this summer/fall and provide in-person training at your location. Do you want to know more about your State Library? Is there a particular service or database resource(s) you’d […]
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eClips Tip – Reports & Articles For You: Housing, Suicide, Immigrants & Health Care

Explore housing and home ownership trends. “The State of the Nation’s Housing 2018.”(Joint Center for Housing Studies, June 2018) “Vital signs: Trends in state suicide rates — United States, 1999–2016 and circumstances contributing to suicide — 27 states, 2015.” By Deborah M. Stone, et al. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), June 8, 2018, pp. 1-8. Reports that […]
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eClips Tip – Reports & Articles for the Taking

First of all, let me extend a big thank-you to the 1,305 State Library patrons that took our recent Customer Satisfaction Survey.  We have an amazing amount of data & information to analyze. We hope to use these survey responses to improve our services to you, our patrons. As a thank-you right back to you, […]
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eClips Tip – State Library Hosted Mailing Lists

As you may have heard, the State Library is ceasing to host mailing lists (listserves) soon.  Arrangements have been made to move our mailing lists to another agency.  More information about the transition will be announced shortly. In the meantime, we have published information about how to “retire” or delete your mailing list.  That information […]
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eClips Tip – State Library Rolls Out New Classes

We have added some new classes to the State Library’s curriculum and one of those classes is all about using “grey literature” to find government information What is “grey literature”? Well, sign-up for our class and find out. More information is available at: A list of our classes can be found HERE.  

eClips Tip – State Library Customer Satisfaction Survey & Registering for Our Services

Hello eClips subscribers. We sent out a survey to all of our State Library registered patrons last week and would like you to remind you, if you have a moment, to please take the survey and help us improve.  We are always looking for your comments and your valuable feedback. You are a state employee […]
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eClips Tip – Use the State Library for Item Requests

Did you know the library fills thousands of requests for journal articles, DVD’s, books & book chapters for state employees each year? Let us know what you are looking for and will do our best to fill it for you. Look for the Request/Renew Materials icon at: What you do not want to do […]
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eClips Tip – Resources of Interest & Articles You Can Access Today!

Interested in data visualization?   Take a look at maps and data visualizations related to urban issues. (Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, accessed May 9, 2018) Review the Traffic Safety Culture Index for recent insights into driver, cyclist, and pedestrian behaviors. (AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, March 2018, accessed May 9, 2018) Read about vectorborne diseases and their prevalence […]
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eClips Tip #1 – Complete Federal Register Digitized & Available

  Did you know the State Library is Oregon’s Regional Federal Depository Library?  This means we provide access to a large amount of federal publications. Speaking of federal publications:  The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) and the National Archives’ Office of the Federal Register (OFR) have digitized every issue of the Federal Register, dating back to the […]
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