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What Happens When a Journal Title is Cancelled?

It’s complicated. The University Libraries’ have finished the journal cancellation process and sent the resulting cancellations to our vendors. Although cancellations are difficult, we appreciate the input that we received from faculty members as we identified titles to cancel. The … Continue reading

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Free Workshop! Trademark Basics – It’s All in a Name

Register online for our FREE Trademark Basics workshop: https://libraries.wright.edu/events/trademarks  Saturday, Oct. 27, 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Dunbar Library, Room 241/242 A trademark is a powerful tool for establishing your name in the marketplace. Jay Sorensen, the inventor of the Java Jacket®, … Continue reading

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Staff Spotlight on… Toni Vanden Bos!

If you’ve only seen them in movies, you might have an image in your mind of an archivist as someone who works alone, dusting old artifacts. You might be surprised to find that, in addition to working with the historical … Continue reading

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Got it free through Google? Probably not.

Are you able to download the full-text of scholarly journal articles in Google Scholar for free?  If so, chances are that article was paid for by the Wright State University Libraries. The Libraries participate in Google’s Library Links program that … Continue reading

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