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  • In our efforts to support and meet student needs, the Library is pleased to announce that the library coffee shop, Brewed Awakening, will begin selling food on March 4, 2013. As a result, the Library suspended its no food policy and adopted a new food and drink policy. To ensure that the Library remains a clean and pleasant study environment, the Leave No Trace: Indoor Library Ethics campaign was launched.
  • MSU Library: New Food Policy

    In our efforts to support and meet student needs, the Library is pleased to announce that the library coffee shop, Brewed Awakening, will begin selling food on March 4, 2013. As a result, the Library suspended its no food policy and adopted a new food and drink policy. To ensure that the Library remains a clean and pleasant study environment, the Leave No Trace: Indoor Library Ethics campaign was launched.

  • Jan Zauha describes her liaison work with researchers.
  • Jan Zauha Liaison Intro

    Jan Zauha describes her liaison work with researchers.

  • Here is a short video to remind everyone that 11/16/2012 is the last day to CAN THE GRIZ at Montana State University (MSU) Library!
  • MSU Library: Final Day for Can the Griz

    Here is a short video to remind everyone that 11/16/2012 is the last day to CAN THE GRIZ at Montana State University (MSU) Library!

  • The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 5, 2012. Featured singers include: Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez, Mike Spears, Kevin Curley, Ron Lodge Pole, Shaun WalksOverIce, Gary Whitford, Dwight Standingrock, and Concklin Biglake.
  • Performance: MSU Bobcat Singers drum group 2012

    The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 5, 2012. Featured singers include: Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez, Mike Spears, Kevin Curley, Ron Lodge Pole, Shaun WalksOverIce, Gary Whitford, Dwight Standingrock, and Concklin Biglake.

  • Plato, Darwin, Madame Curie and Einstein are all waiting for you here at Montana State University (MSU) Library.
  • MSU Library: Discover great minds

    Plato, Darwin, Madame Curie and Einstein are all waiting for you here at Montana State University (MSU) Library.

  • Liaison introduction by Tim Donahue to the School of Film and Photography at Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman, Montana.
  • Tim Donahue Liaison Intro

    Liaison introduction by Tim Donahue to the School of Film and Photography at Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman, Montana.

  • A profile of the Digital Access Web Services Team at Montana State University Library. www.lib.montana.edu/digital/
  • MSU Library: Digital Access Web Services

    A profile of the Digital Access Web Services Team at Montana State University Library. www.lib.montana.edu/digital/

  • Bonnie McCallum and Jason Clark deliver a presentation,
  • Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) 2009 - Bonnie McCallum and Jason Clark

    Bonnie McCallum and Jason Clark deliver a presentation, "Flickr and Digital Image Collections @ Your Library", at the Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) in Missoula, Montana on August 6, 2009. They talk about the Flickr.com project at Montana State University (MSU) Library.

  • A closer look at a search add-on for your web browser that allows you to search for library materials at Montana State University (MSU) Library.
  • MSU Library: Research Tools and Widgets

    A closer look at a search add-on for your web browser that allows you to search for library materials at Montana State University (MSU) Library.

  • April is National Poetry Month at Renne Library at Montana State University.  Come enjoy your favorite pieces of poetry from your favorite poet.
  • MSU Library: National Poetry Month

    April is National Poetry Month at Renne Library at Montana State University. Come enjoy your favorite pieces of poetry from your favorite poet.

  • The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 11, 2013. Featured singers include: Ryan Ricci, Concklin Biglake, Ronald LodgePole, Kevin Curely, Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez.
  • Performance: MSU Bobcat Singers drum group 2013

    The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 11, 2013. Featured singers include: Ryan Ricci, Concklin Biglake, Ronald LodgePole, Kevin Curely, Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez.

  • Creative resources, idea inspiration, and project help: the Montana State University (MSU) Library offers boundless opportunity for research and learning.

What do you think of our video? Let us know! http://www.lib.montana.edu/video-survey/
  • MSU Library: Everywhere You Go

    Creative resources, idea inspiration, and project help: the Montana State University (MSU) Library offers boundless opportunity for research and learning. What do you think of our video? Let us know! http://www.lib.montana.edu/video-survey/

  • Winning Entry for the Montana State University (MSU) Library GoPro video competition. 

More details on the MSU Library blog: http://spirs.lib.montana.edu/blog/news/gopro-video-comp-2/
  • Death Valley MSU Wild Spring Break 2015 - Brandon O'Brien

    Winning Entry for the Montana State University (MSU) Library GoPro video competition. More details on the MSU Library blog: http://spirs.lib.montana.edu/blog/news/gopro-video-comp-2/

  • “Students, Our Voices to the Future: Community Engaged Research and Partnerships to Address Tribal Water and Health” takes place March 30th from 1:30–3pm in MSU Library. These short presentations feature John Doyle, Sara Young, Myra Lefthand, Mari Eggers, Christine Martin, Emery Three Irons, JoRee LaFrance and Anne Camper. Introductory song by Chontay Mitchell, MSU student,  singer and drummer.

This the first of two events in conjunction with the Native Voices exhibit which is being hosted at Montana State University (MSU) Library.
  • Native Voices Exhibit Presentation 2018

    “Students, Our Voices to the Future: Community Engaged Research and Partnerships to Address Tribal Water and Health” takes place March 30th from 1:30–3pm in MSU Library. These short presentations feature John Doyle, Sara Young, Myra Lefthand, Mari Eggers, Christine Martin, Emery Three Irons, JoRee LaFrance and Anne Camper. Introductory song by Chontay Mitchell, MSU student, singer and drummer. This the first of two events in conjunction with the Native Voices exhibit which is being hosted at Montana State University (MSU) Library.

  • A community space where open data advocates can convene to shed light on the world—one dataset at a time. Video created by Ryer Banta, Sara Mannheimer, and Scott W.H. Young.
  • Radian Data Education and Advocacy Portal

    A community space where open data advocates can convene to shed light on the world—one dataset at a time. Video created by Ryer Banta, Sara Mannheimer, and Scott W.H. Young.

  • During Finals Week (Fall 2012) at Montana State University (MSU) Library watch out for some
  • Random Acts of Shakespeare 2012

    During Finals Week (Fall 2012) at Montana State University (MSU) Library watch out for some "Random Acts of Shakespeare" to help calm your nerves for finals.

  • Check out the following study tips that will ease the stressful finals week, and maybe even help you boost your GPA!
  • MSU Library: Tips for Finals

    Check out the following study tips that will ease the stressful finals week, and maybe even help you boost your GPA!

  • Learn how to get rid of $10 worth of fines at Montana State University (MSU) Library for
  • MSU Library: Can the Griz!

    Learn how to get rid of $10 worth of fines at Montana State University (MSU) Library for "Can the Griz" this week!

  • The Montana State University Library hosted the launch of the Ivan Doig Archive on September 19, 2016 in the Strand Union Building on the Montana State University campus. Ivan Doig (1939-2015) was the critically acclaimed author of 16 works of fiction and nonfiction primarily set in Montana. The archive was awarded to Montana State University by Ivan’s widow, Carol Muller Doig, following a joint proposal submitted by the MSU Library and the MSU College of Letters & Science in fall 2015.

President Waded Cruzado, Dean Kenning Arlitsch, and Dean Nicol Rae open the event, followed by the unveiling of the print and digital versions of the archive, which contains Ivan Doig’s original manuscripts, diaries, personal interviews, correspondence, notes, and memorabilia. It also features thousands of images including family albums, travel, and research photographs as well as documentation detailing the author’s battle with multiple myeloma. 

A panel discussion of Doig’s work, life, and his place in Montana’s literary and historical landscape follow the unveiling. This panel includes Carol Muller Doig, Marcella Sherfy Walter, a research historian who worked closely with the author, Betty Mayfield, Ivan Doig archivist, and Rick Bass, Writer-in-Residence in MSU’s College of Letters & Science and an award winning author. The panel is moderated by Dr. Mary Murphy, Montana historian and Distinguished Professor in the MSU College of Letters & Science.
  • Ivan Doig Archive Launch - September 19, 2016

    The Montana State University Library hosted the launch of the Ivan Doig Archive on September 19, 2016 in the Strand Union Building on the Montana State University campus. Ivan Doig (1939-2015) was the critically acclaimed author of 16 works of fiction and nonfiction primarily set in Montana. The archive was awarded to Montana State University by Ivan’s widow, Carol Muller Doig, following a joint proposal submitted by the MSU Library and the MSU College of Letters & Science in fall 2015. President Waded Cruzado, Dean Kenning Arlitsch, and Dean Nicol Rae open the event, followed by the unveiling of the print and digital versions of the archive, which contains Ivan Doig’s original manuscripts, diaries, personal interviews, correspondence, notes, and memorabilia. It also features thousands of images including family albums, travel, and research photographs as well as documentation detailing the author’s battle with multiple myeloma. A panel discussion of Doig’s work, life, and his place in Montana’s literary and historical landscape follow the unveiling. This panel includes Carol Muller Doig, Marcella Sherfy Walter, a research historian who worked closely with the author, Betty Mayfield, Ivan Doig archivist, and Rick Bass, Writer-in-Residence in MSU’s College of Letters & Science and an award winning author. The panel is moderated by Dr. Mary Murphy, Montana historian and Distinguished Professor in the MSU College of Letters & Science.

  • During Finals Week at Montana State University Library watch out for some
  • Random Acts of Shakespeare 2012 - Bret Kinslow

    During Finals Week at Montana State University Library watch out for some "Random Acts of Shakespeare" to help calm your nerves for finals. In this random Shakespearean act, English graduate student Bret Kinslow reads the opening soliloquy from Richard III.