Search for tag: "edmond"

We don't go it alone

From sharing resources and spaces, to helping the Library fund projects, we don’t go it alone. Our partners are what help our Libraries do amazing things! Celebrate the OKState Library's…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

The Edmon Low Zone

Have a happy Halloween from the OSU Library! Or should I say have a haunted Halloween? Either way, beware of the spirits that may be following you around this time of the year or you might find…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Madame Alexander Doll Collection

The Madame Alexander Collection is housed in the Special Collections & University Archives (SCUA) at the OSU Library. Listen to archivist Benjamin Hedges to learn more about what kind of dolls…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: Changing Housing Rules on Campus

What were the rules you followed when you lived in the residence halls on campus? Follow along with Libby as she discovers why residence hall rules have changed over the decades. A history of strict…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Championship Basketball with Henry Iba at Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College (OAMC)

Henry Payne Iba (1904-1993) was arguably the country’s best college basketball coach, and the OSU Archives holds documentation of his impact through a series of instructional films. The Play…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: Protests at OSU

Join Digital Storytelling Intern Libby Whitlow as she follows some of OSU's biggest organized movements and smaller acts of dissent to see potential threads between protests throughout the…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Jessie Thatcher Bost: OAMC's first female graduate

The Jessie Thatcher Bost Collection features Bost’s essays, photographs of Bost and her family, some of Bost’s class notebooks and other OAMC memorabilia. The essays and papers deal with…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Tom and Edna Carson Family Garden Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The north entrance to the Edmon Low Library boasts a new, beautiful native garden with nature inspired landscape design and a calming water feature thanks to the generosity of the Tom and Edna Carson…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

How To Check Out Tech From Creative Studios

Take your project to the next level! As an #okstate student you can check out a variety of equipment from the Edmon Low Creative Studios. From DSLRs, gimbals and 360 cameras to audio recorders and…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

2022 CADRE Symposium Series Part 1 – Real World Open Science

Real World Open Science – Researchers are being encouraged to make their data open and their research processes transparent. Funding agencies expect PIs to make data available in public…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

The Bell Tower: A 360 Look Inside

Virtually climb inside the Edmon Low Library bell tower in this 360 experience. The Edmon Low Library bell ringing is a cherished sound at Oklahoma State University. Listen to Flat, Cool and…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

The Libraries of #OKState

A brief look at #okstate libraries through the years. Find more details about each Library in our Library History playlist at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWSTDvKXpqLnTBYmjRhSE5J6A1Fz89MJh

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Williams Hall 1900

Catch up on more #okstate Library history at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWSTDvKXpqLnTBYmjRhSE5J6A1Fz89MJh Interested in more Library history? View the Centennial History Series collection…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

The First Library 1894

Catch up on more #okstate Library history at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWSTDvKXpqLnTBYmjRhSE5J6A1Fz89MJh Interested in more Library history? View the Centennial History Series collection…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

The Library Building 1921

Catch up on more #okstate Library history at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWSTDvKXpqLnTBYmjRhSE5J6A1Fz89MJh Interested in more Library history? View the Centennial History Series collection…

From  Nina Thornton 0  

Edmon Low Library 1953

Catch up on more #okstate Library history at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWSTDvKXpqLnTBYmjRhSE5J6A1Fz89MJh Interested in more Library history? View the Centennial History Series collection…

From  Nina Thornton 0