Category Archives: State Library

eClips Tip – Delivery Times Still Erratic

Good morning or afternoon or even, evening, eClips subscribers. Delivery times are still erratic for our eClips editions.  The problem has been reported to DAS ETS.  We believe the problem is not with WordPress, nor Mailchimp, but how our state mail system is distributing the editions. The Library is publishing our editions at 10AM Tue […]
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eClips Tip – Legal Source

It is trial database time at the State Library, and we are seeking feedback from you, the patrons.  This week we are highlighting Legal Source, covering Legal topics ranging from administrative law, constitutional law, and intellectual law, to patent and trademark, probate, securities, and more.  This trial will last through the end of July 2019.  […]
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eClips Tip – Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text

It is trial database time at the State Library, and we are seeking feedback from you, the patrons.  This week we are highlighting Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text, covering criminal justice, criminology, corrections and prisons, criminal investigations, forensic sciences and investigation, substance abuse and addiction, and probation and parole. This trial will last through […]
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Grant will help archive Kam Wah Chung documents

Grant will help archive Kam Wah Chung documents. A recent grant announcement is good news for researchers interested in the Kam Wah Chung Historic Site in John Day, a designated national landmark. The Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland has been awarded a $39,610 grant by the State Library of Oregon to support a […]
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eClips Tip – SocINDEX

It is trial database time at the State Library, and we are seeking feedback from you, the patrons.  This week we are highlighting SocINDEX with Full Text, covering a broad range of studies, including gender studies, criminal justice, social psychology, religion, racial studies and social work . This trial will last through the end of […]
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eClips Tip: The More Things Change…

Many issues that state government is currently facing have been around for a long time. As the 2019 legislative session moves towards adjournment, we can take a dip into the Oregon Government Publications digital collection to see some examples. Marijuana is legal in Oregon now, but was decriminalized in the 1970s Coyotes have frequently been […]
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eClips Tip-Applied Science & Technology

It is trial database time at the State Library, and we are seeking feedback from you, the patrons.  This week we are highlighting Applied Science & Technology Source , focusing on engineering challenges and research and the social implications of new technology. This trial will last through the end of July 2019.  We would love […]
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New state librarian settling in among stacks of history

Jennifer Patterson is anxious to become part of Oregon’s library community as she learns her way around state and its connection to books. Jennifer Patterson loves libraries. She always has, she says. Source: Pamplin Media Group – New state librarian settling in among stacks of history

eClips Tip – Microsoft May Rolls On

Spring represents growth! So, there’s one last opportunity to boost your Microsoft skills with the State Library’s Microsoft May events: Attend our last Grow Your Skills with Microsoft Products training, Friday, May 31, 11:00-12:00, online via Adobe Connect. Plus, we’ll send you a small token of our appreciation for your attendance AND you’ll learn about […]
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Bits & Pieces (State Librarian – State Library of Oregon)

State Library Ed. Note: I am including the entire story since it is quite short. State librarian Jennifer Patterson has been appointed as Oregon’s next state librarian by Gov. Kate Brown. She’ll begin her tenure next week. She most recently served as associate dean of learning resources at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood, Wash. Patterson […]
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