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Forsyth Library and Learning Commons News and Events

Also see the university calendar for a full schedule of campus events.

Forsyth Library Newsletter for faculty and staff:

September 2017 

The Library and U

Times Talk Program, Fall 2017

American Democracy Project/Forsyth Library/The New York Times
*FREE pizza or salad provided to the first 20 attendees* (subject to change)

September 6 (Wednesday)  •  12:30 - 1:30pm  •  Forsyth Library, South Study Area
Experiential Learning: What's up with that? Presented by Dr. Tim Crowley
Join us in a discussion over the importance of the process of learning through experience, otherwise known as experiential learning.

September 20 (Wednesday)  •  12:30 - 1:30 P.M.  •  Forsyth Library, South Study Area
President Trump & The Media with Dr. Lawrence Gould
Join us for a presentation by Dr. Gould in regards to President Trump and his relationship with the media during his campaign and now presidency.

October 25 (Wednesday)  •  12:30 - 130pm  •  Forsyth Library, South Study Area
First Generation College Students
with Dr. Brett Bruner
Join us for a discussion about the challenges and perspectives of First Generation College Students.

November 1 (Wednesday)  •  12:30 - 1:30pm  •  Forsyth Library, South Study Area
500 Years of Protestant Christianity with Dr, Paul Faber
Join us for a discussion about the history of Protestant Christianity.

November 8 (Wednesday)  •  12:30 - 1:30pm  •  Forsyth Library, South Study Area
Drug Courts with Paul Lucas
Join us for a discussion about drug addiction and the use of drug courts.

Forsyth Digital Collections Website has a New Look!

8/21/17 - We are excited to announce that the Forsyth Digital Collections website upgrade has been completed!

You can check it out here:

The new interface is designed with the user in mind and plays well with mobile. Navigation and searching have been improved. Multi-media collections are now streamable within the browser. Additionally, each collection is now linked to a dashboard that shows how many people have viewed the collection. This dashboard highlights the fact that our digital collections are important to students, faculty, and the community at large.

Forsyth Digital Collections showcases digitized collections maintained by the University Archives and Special Collections. Many collections are the result of community collaborations with other institutions. We strive to support the educational and research mission of the University and the Library by providing access to digital collections for faculty, students, community members, and the world at large, in a way that promotes the Special Collections, University Archives, and scholarly works of Fort Hays State University faculty and students. The digital collections seek to encourage faculty scholarship, increase accessibility of existing collections, preserve physical collections, and drive traffic to the physical collections of the library. Special thanks to Patty Nicholas and Cyndi Landis for all their help!

For questions please contact Digital Curation Librarian, Elizabeth Chance, M.L.I.S at or (785) 628-5713

FHSU Scholars Repository

7/20/17 - Forsyth Digital Collections is excited to announce that The Reveille yearbooks are up in their entirety at their new home in the FHSU Scholars Repository!

The complete run of The Reveille from 1914-2003 has been digitally optimized and moved to a new platform. The yearbooks are now text searchable and each edition is presented in book reader format. Full-text downloads are available. The collection can be browsed in its entirety or it can be broken down by decade.

The Reveille is presented as part of the Archives Online, the online presence of the Fort Hays State University Archives. The FHSU Scholars Repository is a service of Forsyth Library.

Check out The Reveille at

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