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Library Workshops

From citation management to coding for data analysis, we are holding online workshops to meet a variety of research needs.

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Women's Suffrage in West Virginia

Visit our exhibit exploring the women's suffrage movement in West Virginia through the holdings of the West Virginia & Regional History Center. 

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Overdrive Anti-Racism Collection

Engage with anti-racist ideas in Overdrive book collection.

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Art from Home

Check out the virtual offerings from Art in the Libraries on the Exhibits page!

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources

Explore library resources related to anti-black violence, police brutality, activism, Black Lives Matter, artists’ responses, health inequity, mass incarceration, and protests.

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Downtown Campus Library 8am – 5pm
Eliza's Coffee Shop Closed until further notice
Poster Printing By Appointment (email -
Testing Closed
Tutoring Closed
Evansdale Library 8am – 5pm
Da Vinci's Closed until further notice
Poster Printing By Appointment (email -
George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library 8am – 4pm
Health Sciences Library 7:30am – 9pm
Health Sciences Library (Charleston)
Potomac State College Library 8am – 4:30pm
Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus Closed
West Virginia & Regional History Center By Appointment (WVU Faculty, Staff, & Students Only)

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Two Students receive Dean of the Libraries’ Student Art Award

The Art in the Libraries Committee and Dean of Libraries Karen Diaz selected Anna Allen and Raymond Thompson, Jr. as the 2020 recipients.

An Undergraduate’s Take on Race, Justice, and Social Change Through Cookbooks

The first in a series of blogs written by an undergraduate researcher about her findings in the Ebersole cookbook collection.

WVU Faculty Senate Endorses Licensing Principles for Vendors

The new Licensing Principles for Vendors have now been approved by the Dean of Libraries, the Library Faculty Assembly, and the WVU Faculty Senate.

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