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  • Heritage Resources | Western Libraries
    Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries Heritage Resources Exploring Decadence in Special Collections Posted on Wednesday December 1 2010 1 53pm Topic s On September 30 2010 we welcomed Professor Kristin Mahoney and her students enrolled in English 410 Studies in Literary History Decadence Among the Special Collections resources introduced to the students was The Yellow Book the late 19th century avant garde periodical published in London from 1894 to 1897 Co founded by Aubrey Beardsley who also served as its art editor The Yellow Book was associated with aestheticism and decadence and frequently featured Beardsley s striking drawings News by Topic Event Library Sponsored Event Other Exhibits Art or Displays Feature Story Hours Newsletter Resources Summit Updates Workshops Library News Home Charles and Pauline LeWarne visit Special Collections Posted on Wednesday December 1 2010 1 37pm Topic s On October 20 2010 we enjoyed a visit with WWU alumnus Charles LeWarne BA BAE 1955 and Pauline LeWarne They brought additional items for the Charles Pierce LeWarne Collection part of The Western Collection as well as three Northwest history related children s books published in the 1930s welcome gifts to the Special Collections Children s Collection Charles LeWarne who received a master s degree in history from the University of California Berkeley and a doctoral degree in history from the University of Washington is the author of numerous articles book chapters and monographs concerning regional history including most recently The Love Israel Family 2009 the first extensively researched study of the well known Western Washington commune He has been an enthusiastic contributor to The Western Collection and we thank him for his generous continuing support of this unique archive of scholarly and creative works by members of the Western community News by Topic Event Library Sponsored Event Other Exhibits Art or Displays Feature Story Hours Newsletter Resources Summit Updates Workshops Library News Home Up Western Special Collections Book of the Month Posted on Wednesday December 1 2010 12 23pm Topic s Resources Updates As Western faces strenuous fiscal challenges it may help to remember that the institution has met and surmounted such situations before notably in the mid 1970s At that time budgetary cutbacks resulted in invocation of the dread Reduction in Force RIF policy resulting in numerous lay offs Western s faculty engaged in vigorous debate with then President Jerry Flora a peppery leader with a distinctly confrontational style Out of this environment came Up Western a slim volume illustrating the viewpoint of the then faculty union AFT Local 2084 through

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/category/library-department/heritage-resources?page=13 (2016-02-01)
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  • Westerns' Student Newspaper Digitized by Library | Western Libraries
    Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries Since it s beginnings in 1899 as a Normal School there has been a student newspaper at Western Washington University From Normal Messenger to Northwest Viking to WWCollegian to Western Front and other names in between the student newspaper has chronicled the social athletic academic and creative life of the institution throughout its trajectory from teacher training college to a prominent university with more than 15 000 students Thanks to the generosity of donations from Cindy Hacherl Class of 1984 and Don Hacherl and Bert Halprin class of 1971 more than a century of back editions of the student newspaper are being digitized by Western Libraries Special Collections Cindy Hatcherl and Bert Halprin are former Western Front student journalists It s often said that journalism is the first draft of history and thanks to this wonderful gift from Cindy Don and Bert the first draft of Western s history as published in the Front will now be available to a much broader audience said John Harris interim chair of the Department of Journalism The process of scanning and digitizing the back issues is ongoing but what

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/news/6614 (2016-02-01)
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  • Local History & Primary Source Research | Western Libraries
    Practice Interlibrary Loan ILLiad Library Instruction Library Tours Renew materials Access your records Room Booking System Course Reserves Students Staff Faculty Borrowing Information For Community Extended Ed Students Faculty Grad Students Transfer Students Patrons with Disabilities Learning Commons Partners Learning Commons Home Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries As one of the three Heritage Resources programs at Western Libraries the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies provides a wealth of local regional resources for primary source research CPNWS holdings include a wide variety of resources about the regional commercial fishing industry Pictured here is a digitized letter from the Archie W Shiels Papers in which Filipino workers protest conditions at the Pacific American Fisheries cannery in Nushagak Alaska letter dated June 15 1933 Archie W Shiels was then President of the Pacific American Fisheries a major salmon fishing and packing operation headquartered in Fairhaven Washington Additional CPNWS holdings related to fish and fishing include the Pacific American Fisheries Records Alaska Packers Association Records Northwest Ethnohistory Collection Women in the Commercial Fishing Industry Research Collection and the holdings of Galen Biery a long term PAF employee and one of

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/news/6603 (2016-02-01)
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  • Japan Crisis: U.S Gov. & International Online Resources | Western Libraries
    Research Writing Studio Learn About the Studio Connect With Us Explore Resources Graduate Students Faculty Teaching Learning Credit Courses Learning Commons LIT Library Information Tutorial Library Guides Citation Guides and Style Manuals Course Guides How To Guides Plagiarism Policies Guidelines Subject Guides LIBRARIES COLLECTIONS Heritage Resources Heritage Resources Home Center for Pacific Northwest Studies Special Collections University Archives Records Center Libraries Music Library Whatcom Libraries One Card Program Bellingham Public Library Other Libraries Collections Audio Collection Children s Literature Collection Digital Collections Government Information Map Collection Microform Collections Mongolian Studies New Items at Western Libraries Non Library Collections Northwest Collection PoetryCHaT Video Collection Western CEDAR SERVICES Key Services Check out laptops Community Members Borrowing Copyright Practice Interlibrary Loan ILLiad Library Instruction Library Tours Renew materials Access your records Room Booking System Course Reserves Students Staff Faculty Borrowing Information For Community Extended Ed Students Faculty Grad Students Transfer Students Patrons with Disabilities Learning Commons Partners Learning Commons Home Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries Resources related to the 2011 Japan Crisis Google Crisis Response This page is being updated continuously to provide the latest information about this crisis

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/news/6500 (2016-02-01)
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  • National Women's History Month | Western Libraries
    out laptops Community Members Borrowing Copyright Practice Interlibrary Loan ILLiad Library Instruction Library Tours Renew materials Access your records Room Booking System Course Reserves Students Staff Faculty Borrowing Information For Community Extended Ed Students Faculty Grad Students Transfer Students Patrons with Disabilities Learning Commons Partners Learning Commons Home Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries Writing Women Back into History Suffrage Centennial 1910 2010 2010 marked the 100th anniversary of when most Washington women permanently achieved the right to vote The Washington Women s History Consortium leads the commemoration and invites people all over Washington to learn about this important history During National Women s History Month visit 1000memories to recognize the women who made a difference in your life 1000memories has partnered with the National Women s History Project and the Internet Archive to remember the contributions of women in history those whose lives shaped and were shaped by history The website offers a space to collect and tell the stories of women throughout history famous or not The Center for Pacific Northwest Studies Western Washington University contributed two digital collections to the WHC Digital Library Washington

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/news/6488 (2016-02-01)
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  • LibQUAL Summit Report on Library Future Released | Western Libraries
    Map Collection Microform Collections Mongolian Studies New Items at Western Libraries Non Library Collections Northwest Collection PoetryCHaT Video Collection Western CEDAR SERVICES Key Services Check out laptops Community Members Borrowing Copyright Practice Interlibrary Loan ILLiad Library Instruction Library Tours Renew materials Access your records Room Booking System Course Reserves Students Staff Faculty Borrowing Information For Community Extended Ed Students Faculty Grad Students Transfer Students Patrons with Disabilities Learning Commons Partners Learning Commons Home Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries On February 22 2011 faculty students and administrators were invited to participate in a discussion sponsored by the Western Libraries This event Building the Future of the Library A Dialogue was developed based on so called LibQUAL Summits conducted by other university libraries The event was as an opportunity for the Western Libraries to gather stake holder comments and concerns by asking them to address questions relating to data gathered by the 2010 LibQUAL Survey of user perceptions and expectations The 50 participants were broken out into 7 small groups These groups were provided with three discussion questions connected by the over arching theme that students and faculty

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/news/6619 (2016-02-01)
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  • "Dogs and Other Poems" | Western Libraries
    Journals Interlibrary Loan ILLiad OneSearch Worldcat Research Writing Studio Learn About the Studio Connect With Us Explore Resources Graduate Students Faculty Teaching Learning Credit Courses Learning Commons LIT Library Information Tutorial Library Guides Citation Guides and Style Manuals Course Guides How To Guides Plagiarism Policies Guidelines Subject Guides LIBRARIES COLLECTIONS Heritage Resources Heritage Resources Home Center for Pacific Northwest Studies Special Collections University Archives Records Center Libraries Music Library Whatcom Libraries One Card Program Bellingham Public Library Other Libraries Collections Audio Collection Children s Literature Collection Digital Collections Government Information Map Collection Microform Collections Mongolian Studies New Items at Western Libraries Non Library Collections Northwest Collection PoetryCHaT Video Collection Western CEDAR SERVICES Key Services Check out laptops Community Members Borrowing Copyright Practice Interlibrary Loan ILLiad Library Instruction Library Tours Renew materials Access your records Room Booking System Course Reserves Students Staff Faculty Borrowing Information For Community Extended Ed Students Faculty Grad Students Transfer Students Patrons with Disabilities Learning Commons Partners Learning Commons Home Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries Paul Piper a professor and librarian at the Western Libraries has had a new book of poetry published

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/news/6602 (2016-02-01)
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  • Fall newsletter from CPNWS | Western Libraries
    Get Started Fall newsletter from CPNWS START YOUR RESEARCH Search Tools Article Databases A Z Journals Interlibrary Loan ILLiad OneSearch Worldcat Research Writing Studio Learn About the Studio Connect With Us Explore Resources Graduate Students Faculty Teaching Learning Credit Courses Learning Commons LIT Library Information Tutorial Library Guides Citation Guides and Style Manuals Course Guides How To Guides Plagiarism Policies Guidelines Subject Guides LIBRARIES COLLECTIONS Heritage Resources Heritage Resources Home Center for Pacific Northwest Studies Special Collections University Archives Records Center Libraries Music Library Whatcom Libraries One Card Program Bellingham Public Library Other Libraries Collections Audio Collection Children s Literature Collection Digital Collections Government Information Map Collection Microform Collections Mongolian Studies New Items at Western Libraries Non Library Collections Northwest Collection PoetryCHaT Video Collection Western CEDAR SERVICES Key Services Check out laptops Community Members Borrowing Copyright Practice Interlibrary Loan ILLiad Library Instruction Library Tours Renew materials Access your records Room Booking System Course Reserves Students Staff Faculty Borrowing Information For Community Extended Ed Students Faculty Grad Students Transfer Students Patrons with Disabilities Learning Commons Partners Learning Commons Home Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment Center for Service Learning Research Writing Studio Student Technology Center Teaching Learning Academy Tutoring Center Writing Instruction Support Social Sites and Mobile Apps Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Heritage Resources Tumblr Mobile Ask Us EBSCO ABOUT THE LIBRARY About the Staff News from the Dean Organizational Chart People Departments Contact Us Creative and Scholarly Works About the Organization Library Budgets Planning Assessment FAQ Sustainable Access to Scholarly Resources Diversity at Western Libraries General Information Art Displays Exhibits Code of Conduct Events Calendar Event Request Form Library Hours Library News Library 3 Things Newsletter Getting Help Getting here maps and parking Make a Gift to the Libraries Map of the library The News Western Libraries Read the latest

    Original URL path: http://www.library.wwu.edu/news/4727 (2016-02-01)
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