Browse the newest acquisition in Milner Library’s special collections—Tabula super libros de civitate Dei [roughly translated as a Guide to the City of God], a companion manuscript to Augustine of Hippo’s City of God.
Summer is a great time to donate your papers, flash drives, meeting notes, photos, annual reports, artifacts, and other ISU documents or memorabilia to Milner Library’s Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield University Archives.
Open Access is a frequent topic of our news items from the Scholarly Communication Team, not just for its own sake but for the ways it can open new avenues and methods of research for our faculty, students, and staff.
The refereed, open access journal International Journal for Business Education (IJBE) is now hosted on Illinois State University’s institutional repository, ISU ReD.
One of the joys of working with scholarly communications and Open Access materials is seeing how our colleagues around the world have embraced the movement, and how their work can benefit our users. With the semester winding down, we certainly hope our readers will take a well-deserved break but some of you might already be thinking of next year’s classes.
Individuals and groups across the campus and community were honored with 2022 Civic Engagement Awards on April 12, 2022, as part of Illinois State University’s annual Civic Engagement Celebration. The event was hosted by the Center for Civic Engagement.
Read about three book chapters written by ISU faculty and are now available to Open Access, thanks to the deal between Milner Library and IGI.
The exhibit, curated by Associate Professor Archana Shekara, highlights the work of students to bring cultural understanding through food.
Two new exhibits focusing on water , sustainability, and natural resources are on display in Special Collections through June.
Join Milner Library April 3-9 for a variety of ways to celebrate National Library Week 2022.