Out Loud  / OATS

Written by Rachel Scott eleven months ago

How Kennedy Library helps you save money

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No longer will you break the bank buying an expensive textbook that you kinda-sorta used in that one GE class. No longer will you have to sell back that $150 biology textbook only to receive a fraction of what you

Written by Lauren Young two years ago

LibRAT tips and tricks for saving money

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Since working as a LibRAT, I have learned many library tricks to save some extra cash on my course textbooks. Now, I get to pass on some of my tips to you! Tip #1: Link+ “links” us to more libraries

Written by Lauren Young two years ago

Seeing (and thinking) orange: A LibRAT living in an open access world

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As you stay awake till the library’s closing hours, cramming for your midterms and finishing your essays this week, you may have seen bright orange banners and logos. Don’t worry. Your over-caffeinated mind isn’t playing tricks on you. All the

Written by Karen Lauritsen two years ago

OATS: The Mustang Way

Photo of oats growing in field with OATS logo in lower right corner

This fall, Kennedy Library launched a new initiative called OATS. This Q and A is here to tell you all about it! What does OATS stand for? OATS stands for Open Access to Textbooks for Students. We’re excited about the

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