April 9 marks Ange Milner’s 165th birthday. Learn more about the University’s first library and her indefatigable legacy.
In honor of National Library Week, take a step back in time and learn about all of the different places on campus the University’s library has welcomed students, faculty, and staff.
ISU ReD, Illinois State University’s institutional repository, recently marked an important milestone: its 10,000th addition
Homecoming: Redbirds in Flight, April 5-11, will celebrate with virtual or socially distanced events.
Two books from WGSS 24.5 Annual Student Research Symposium speaker Dr. Harsha Walia are available as e-books from Milner Library.
The annual symposium, virtual this year, will include a combination of live and recorded performances, panel discussions, readings, and presentations, along with three keynote speakers in the evenings.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs announced that fifteen new members have joined Illinois State University’s Million Dollar Club.
Open access is a goal, not a methodology, and publishers, authors, readers, and funding institutions all continue to explore various options to offer creators that can remove barriers to accessing their works.
Did you know that Illinois State University used to have its own library science program? Join ISU Archivist April Anderson Zorn on April 8 as she explores the Redbird history of the library science program as well as gives updates on program alumni.
Join Milner Library for a special virtual talk on How Librarians Support International Libraries: Civic Engagement Beyond our Borders on March 30.