Discover Watersheds of Southern Oregon with Special Collections Are you working on your final research project of the year? Did you know that Hannon Library’s Special Collections and University Archives contain many sources that can elevate your research on a variety of different topics? Special Collections and University Archives is an area within the library […]Read More Discover Watersheds of Southern Oregon with Special Collections
Join SOU and Hannon Library librarian, Jim Rible, for the Campus Theme Presentation—Don’t Believe Everything You Read: A View from 30 years at the Library Research Desk. The presentation will take place on Wednesday, May 22, from 7 to 8 pm in Hannon Library, Room 117. Rible will discuss how the sources we use for […]Read More Campus Theme Presentation: Don’t Believe Everything You Read with Librarian Jim Rible
Terry Skibby: A Life with Camera is the newest collection available in the Southern Oregon Digital Archives. The collection recognizes Ashland Historic Commissioner and photographer Terry Skibby for his lifetime of photography here in Ashland. Celebrate the public release of the Terry Skibby Photograph Collection on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, from 4-6 pm in the Meese Room of the Hannon Library at […]Read More New Digital Collection Highlights Terry Skibby’s Ashland Photographs
The Long Night approaches, and as much as we love Game of Thrones, we don’t mean the Battle of Winterfell. The Long Night Against Procrastination returns! Do you find yourself feeling stressed as due dates and deadlines creep ever closer? Fortunately, Hannon Library can help you make headway on your to-do lists and overcome your […]Read More Long Night Against Procrastination Returns!
Join the Friends of Hannon Library and author Harry Fuller for The Klamath Basin: Water and Waterfowl— Thursday, May 9, 2019 4 pm Meese Room, Hannon Library (SOU Campus) During the event, Harry will discuss his books and explain why the Klamath Basin is such a rich birding location. He will also discuss how the area […]Read More FHL Speaker Series: Author Harry Fuller