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Library, WSU Vancouver. Reference Library Guides. 2008-2018.

 Collection
Identifier: Archives.DR.015

Scope and Contents

The collection contains 10 Library Guides compiled for campus events and areas of interest during the years 2008-2018. Some of the Lib Guide pages were edited with updated resource links over the course of several years. Other guides were established on a temporary basis for the duration of an event period. The files in this collection were captured as MHTML files in 2018.

Dates

  • 2008 - 2018

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open and available for research use.

Biographical / Historical

The Washington State University, Vancouver Library was established in 1989 where it operated out of a room at Bauer Hall on the Clark College campus. The Library moved to its location in the Library Building in 1996 with the construction of the WSU Vancouver campus in Salmon Creek. The mission of the library is to advance the research and learning goals of all members of the WSU Vancouver community and to serve as an information resource within the Southwest Washington community.

The Library's Reference Services provides classroom and one-on-one instruction. To help facilitate the abundance of information and resources avilable through WSU Libraries and the interenet, Reference routinely compiles bioliographic information and guides to direct users to valuable resources. The Libray Guides are one of the tools the Library uses for this service.

Extent

8.75 Megabytes (10 MHTML web site files contained in four separate directories.) : These are digital files.

Language of Materials

English

Abstract

The collection includes WSU Vancouver Library Lib Guides or Library Guides used as an easy reference for students, faculty and staff for research relating to a specific subject area. The guides in the collection were compiled for particular campus events and areas of interest. The guides feature bibliographies and interenet resources covering "Black Lives Matter," the resources relating to the Common Reading program and the Diversity Film Festival.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in four directories under one main collection directory, Library Lib Guides. The four subsequent directories reflect the following:

Black Lives Matter: A reading list provided as part of the library's Black Lives Matter display, which was created by the Student Diversity Center. It is based on a list compiled by workers at Left Bank Books in St. Louis.

Common Reading (2016-2017): a reader's guide, events and additional resources for the 2016-2017 Common Read, Integration Nation by Susan E. Eaton.

Common Reading (2017-2018): a reader's guide providing information on the 2017-2018 Common Reading book, Spare Parts by Joshua Davis. Includes resources for programming as well as research support on immigrant and refugee issues.

Diversity Film Festival: a reader's guide from the first Diversity Film Festival held on the WSU Vancouver campus in 2008. List of featured films at the Diversity Film Festival from 2008-2013.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The files in this collection arrived through transfer from the Library's Reference unit. Files were converted to MHTML format and was accessioned as UA-WSUV-2020-004.
Title
Library, WSU Vancouver. Reference Library Guides. 2008-2018
Date
March 1, 2021
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Code for undetermined script

Repository Details

Part of the Washington State University Vancouver, Archives and Special Collections Repository

Contact:
14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave
Vancouver WA 98686 United States
360-546-9249