Get the 101 on the OSU Library
Weekly tours available throughout the school year
August 19, 2011
Story by Brian Smith, OSU Library Communications Intern
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER -As students prepare for classes, Library 101 is ready to help.
Library 101 is a tour that provides students with more information about the Library and its resources. The orientation is a 15-minute walkthrough of the Edmon Low Library.
“Library 101 is a quick overview of library locations and services, perfect for new students or even returning students, as every summer we make changes,” OSU Librarian Dan Chaney said. “For any student, I hope Library 101 is time well spent and leaves students feeling a lot more comfortable in their academic careers.”
The tour begins at the General Reference desk. Librarians guide the tour group through the building showing where research materials can be found and where various services are located.
Library 101 is offered every day for the first two weeks of class and once a week throughout the school year. Orientation begins at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The tours are free to the public, and no reservations are required.
OSU faculty may arrange special class tours by contacting their departmental subject-specialist librarian.
For more information, visit http://info.library.okstate.edu/library101 or call 405.744.9775.
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Last Updated: 24 Aug 2011