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USC Libraries Acquire Wayne Thom Photography Archive

The University of Southern California Libraries have acquired the archive of international architectural photographer Wayne Thom. The 250,000-image collection documents 2,805 of Thom’s projects,..

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Grants to USC Faculty Promote Information Literacy Integration in Undergraduate Courses

From literature reviews to research papers to creative works, information literacy concepts and skills are used in every discipline throughout the research process. Information literacy is the set of...

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The Ruskin Art Club, L.A.'s oldest women’s club, featured in new exhibit

A new exhibit on view on the second floor of Doheny Memorial Library commemorates the Ruskin Art Club, which, founded in 1888, was the oldest women’s club in Los Angeles. (Men have been allowed to..

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Archival Resources Related to the 1965 Watts Riots

August 11-16 marks the 50th anniversary of the Watts riots , which broke out on the streets of Los Angeles in the summer of 1965. The USC Libraries are home to several unique archival...

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USC Seminar Explores LGBTQ Rights Movement's Sci-Fi Roots

Using rare materials from the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries, students in a fall seminar course at USC will explore how science fiction fandom sparked the movement for...

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Orientation Expedition Introduces New Students to Library Services, Collections

The USC Libraries invite all new students to participate in their online Orientation Expedition . The expedition consists of ten challenges designed to introduce you to the library services and...

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Library Tips: Finding Tests & Measurements

Tests and measurements are important tools used by educators, researchers, and practitioners to assess outcomes, but they can be tricky to track down and use in your own research. Many tests are..

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