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Experience the ultimate dream cruise through the “The Changing Face of the Auto Industry” digital collection

Can’t make it out to the Woodward Dream Cruise? Take a drive through the Wayne State Libraries’ digital collection The Changing Face of the Auto Industry.” Explore Detroit’s rich automotive history through photos from 1902-1940. The Changing Face of the Auto Industry Collection contains images from the Detroit Public Library’s National Automotive History Collection and […]

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August Subject of the Month

Perhaps I did not succumb to ideology, as you put it, because I have never seen myself as a spokesman. I am a witness. In the church in which I was raised you were supposed to bear witness to the truth. Now, later on, you wonder what in the world the truth is, but you […]

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Text a librarian anytime, anywhere! 313-228-3WSU

The Wayne State University Libraries now have a  24/7 chat service so librarians can answer your questions about library services and resources as well as help you with your research questions, projects and assignments anytime that you need it, day or night. To connect with a librarian, visit the Libraries’ home page and click “chat” […]

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Wayne State looking to identify kids in photos from Detroit’s Black Bottom and Paradise Valley neighborhoods

  Do your Detroit roots run deep? By deep, we mean like 80 years deep — deep in the historic Black Bottom and Paradise Valley neighborhoods. Wayne State University’s Walter P. Reuther Library is looking to identify the subjects in a large selection of photographs taken by Detroit-born photographer Edward Stanton. The photos were taken in […]

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June Subject of the Month: Grace Lee Boggs & Detroit Activism

Selector: Monique Oldfield and Elizabeth Clemens Grace Lee Boggs was a writer, philosopher, mentor, and an outspoken activist for many causes, including civil rights, workers’ rights, black power, environmental justice, feminism and community empowerment. To many, she seemed a force of nature – always working, organizing, teaching, and inspiring others to think critically and improve […]

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Open Textbook Adoption Awards Announced

The Open Textbook Adoption Task Force recently presented four faculty members with Open Textbook Adoption Awards, resulting in approximately $30,000 in savings to students and immediate access to students enrolled in those courses. An open textbook is a textbook licensed under an open copyright license, and made available online to be used freely. Many open textbooks are distributed in either print, e-book or […]

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Libraries’ 2015 Annual Report

Click here to download the Libraries’ 2015 annual report

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