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Josephine Ragolia joined the Pacific University Libraries faculty as an assistant professor and Student Success Librarian in July 2018. In that role, she developed and directed the undergraduate unit of the Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS) and taught introductory information literacy sessions, helping undergraduate students learn to locate and assess reliable sources for their research. 
Over 17,000 historic photographs, documents, and recordings digitized by the Pacific University Archives went live on the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) website last week, making Pacific the largest single contributing university to DPLA in Oregon.
Images of books surrounding text that reads "Student Advisory Board".
Are you interested in libraries? Do you want to help shape library services at Pacific and earn money while doing it? Apply for the Libraries’ Student Advisory Board!
All faculty are invited to provide input on the development of an AI literacy library instruction curriculum and toolkit to strengthen students’ AI literacy skills. Your input and collaboration is important and will help shape the development of Pacific's curriculum. 
Your saved links for library electronic resources may require action. Due to library upgrades, the link format for library e-resources has changed. Old links will stop working on Dec. 14, 2023.
Pacific University will be upgrading Moodle on Aug. 14. The system will offer a number of modernizations and overall improvements to the system. Learn more about the new features and register for upcoming demonstrations and workshops.
Pacific Health Sciences Associate Professor Angela Lee has been awarded the NIH National Library of Medicine’s Collection Equity Award. The $1,500 grant will be used to purchase interactive multimedia diversity training programs or to fund diversity training programs with a goal of advancing key university-wide DEI initiatives.
CLASS is hiring undergraduate peer tutors for the 2023-2024 academic year. We are looking for students who are excited about helping their peers understand course content, learn effective problem-solving strategies, and improve their academic performance.
"Student Success: Integrating Success Strategies in the Classroom" is a new three-part series aimed at providing instructors with strategies for supporting student success in their classrooms. All online sessions will be recorded and made available to participants.
Finals are approaching! CLASS is offering drop-in tutoring for chemistry, biology, and mathematics from 7 to 9 p.m Monday to Thursday. No appointment is needed.