Dale Vidmar the Hannon Library

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Responsibilities

Contact Information

 

 

Education

Job Description

  • Supervise and develop Library Instruction/Information Literacy program for the University Studies/General Education and First Year Experience curricula.

  • Develop and implement information literacy assessment using citation analysis of senior and first-year work samples.

  • Provide instruction and resources to support information literacy and library use for upper division and graduate classes in education, communications, health, physical education, & leadership and lower division writing and the University Seminar.

  • Design and implement information literacy citation analysis rubric to assess student learning outcomes as evidenced in the work cited lists from student papers. The assessment is used at an institutional level for the University Assessment Committee and at a departmental level for the Library Information Literacy and Instruction program.

  • Serve as the Digital Media Gallery (DMG) Venue Coordinator to solicit, supervise, and maintain films and other materials shown in the DMG.

  • Design and maintain the information literacy and instruction materials including the development of Camtasia online tutorials.

  • Design, maintain, and implement the Information Literacy Survey — a pretest/posttest instrument designed to measure the value added to first-year students’ understanding of basic information literacy skills — 2008-2013.

  • Coordinate and provide instruction and reference services for students participating in a variety of distance education programs including OHSU Nursing, PSU Master in Social Work, and SOU Education classes at the Higher Education Center (HEC).

  • Provide Reference and information assistance to students, faculty, staff, and community members six to ten hours per week.

  • Coordinate and facilitate professional development workshops and retreats for Hannon Library faculty and staff.

  • Create and maintain the Library Instruction/Information Literacy online Web instruction program for the University Seminar at Southern Oregon University.

  • Develop and maintain the Library Instruction/Information Literacy Resources to support upper and lower division classes.

  • Provide reference and informational assistance to students, faculty, and community members.

  • Maintain and further develop instructional technology on the Southern Oregon University Library Web site.

  • Plan, coordinate, and facilitate annual library retreat as part of library professional development.

  • Coordinate, plan, and facilitate bi-weekly library in-services.

  • Design and teach faculty development workshops on information literacy, Web 2.0, citation management, Internet research, and Web design.

  • Develop and teach Adventures in Information: Research In (and Beyond) the Library classes for students.

  • Create and maintain the Internet Searching Tools Web site.

  • Create and maintain the Citing Print and Electronic Resources Web site.

  • Provide instruction in information literacy and library use for upper division and graduate classes in education, communications, health and physical education and lower division writing and the University Seminar.

  • Provide library instruction and orientation sessions during Week of Welcome for new students.

  • Coordinate and provide instruction for high school students performing junior and senior projects at the Hannon Library.

  • Administer and prepare materials for Internet training and instruction.

  • Serve as Departmental Liaison to the Education Department, Communication Department, and Health, Physical Education, & Leadership, OHSU Nursing, PSU Social Work.

  • Online Northwest Conference Coordianator Committee (1996 - 2001): Conference Coordinator for Online Northwest 99 and Online Northwest 2000; Assistant Coordinator for Online Northwest 2001.

  • Coordinate and develop library resources in support of Distance Education and Extended Campus Services.

  • Coordinate and evaluate collection development in education, communications, medical reference, children's literature/textbooks/curriculum guides, and electronic resources.

  • Associate editor Bookmarks -- the Library newsletter.

  • Coordinate "Music in the Library" events featuring campus and community ensembles.

     

Professional Memberships

Internet Classes and Sites for Training

  • LIS 199: Adventures in Information: Research In (and Beyond) the Library: Part I and Part II

  • College Prep Institute 2005

    • Colleges and Career Exporations

    • Finding Colleges and Scholarships

  • LIS 408/508: Internet Research and Web Design

  • Library 399: Internet Research 

  • Incorporating the Internet and Information Resources into the Classroom - Faculty Development Workshop.

  • Youth Computer Academy: CyberSearching and Real Research

  • Library Instruction Research Strategies and Resources - a guide to resources for using the library effectively.

  • Internet Searching Tools - A guide to finding information on the Web using Search Tools, MetaSearch tools, Subject Directories, and sites on How to Search the Internet.

  • Evaluating Web Resources - What makes a good Internet site?

  • Tips to Effective Internet Searching - Simple keys to search the Internet more effectively.

  • 10 Tips: A Guide to Using the Hannon Library - 10 tips for making more effective use of the Library and library resources.

     

Publications

Presentations

  • "Every Citation Tells a Story: Collaborative Assessment of Information Literacy" - workshop that analyzing students’ ability to access and evaluate information exhibited in the cited references used in a research paper or project. Delivered at the Oregon Information Literacy Summit 2016 at Central Oregon Community College in Bend, Oregon on May 21, 2016.

  • Source Code: Assessing Cited References to Measure Student Information Literacy Skills” – workshop presentation focusing the ability of students to find, retrieve, and use a variety of high quality sources to support their research by reviewing the cited sources listed in student work samples. Delivered at the LOEX 2015 Annual Conference on April 30-May 2, 2015 in Denver, Colorado.

  • Source Code: Assessing Cited References to Measure Student Information Literacy Skills” – workshop presentation focusing on the review of cited sources listed in student work samples to assess information literacy skills and the ability of students to find, retrieve, and use a variety of high quality sources to support their research. Delivered at the 2015 Lilly National Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning on February 20, 2015 in Newport Beach, California.

  • "Information Literacy Unleashed – workshop focusing on easy ways to access and use resources at the Hannon Library and beyond effectively and efficiently. Delivered at the 2014 Instructional Institute at Southern Oregon University on September 23, 2014.

  • "Simple Tool to Help Students Improve Research Writing" – workshop focusing on assessing information literacy skill by reviewing the works cited/references of student writing samples using a customized rubric. Delivered at the 2014 Instructional Institute at Southern Oregon University on September 24, 2014.

  • "Libraries in the 21st Century" - presentation about libraries within the context of an ever-changing technologically complex community. Delivered at the Ashland, Oregon, Lions Club in Ashland, Oregon on October 28, 2014.

  • "Source Code: Simple Tool to Help Assess and Improve Student Research Writing" - post-institute workshop that explores information literacy outcomes as evidenced in the works cited or references from student writing samples. Delivered at the Southern Oregon University 2014 Instructional Institute in Ashland, Oregon on September 24, 2014.

  • "Information Literacy Unleashed" - workshop providing an overview of library tools and how to use them to improve teaching and student learning. Delivered at the Southern Oregon University 2014 Instructional Institute in Ashland, Oregon on September 23, 2014.

  • Let’s Talk about It: Sharing Our Craft of Teaching through Collaborative Peer Conversation” – presentation illustrating a formative assessment process designed to cultivate intentionality and reflection to improve teaching and learning. Delivered at the 2014 Teaching Professor Conference in Boston, Massachusetts on May 31, 2014.

  • Source Code: Assessing Cited References to Measure Student Information Literacy Skills” – presentation analyzing students’ ability to access and evaluate information exhibited in the cited references used in a research paper or project. Delivered at the Oregon Information Literacy Summit 2014 at Linn Benton Community College in Albany, Oregon on May 10, 2014.

  • "Sharing Our Craft of Teaching: Articulating Intention and Reflecting upon Action Using Collaborative Peer Conversation” - workshop presentation that actively demonstrated the collaborative peer conversation process in which two individuals engage in a formative process to articulate intentions prior to teaching, then reflect upon actual classroom experiences afterward with the intended result being to improve one’s craft of teaching. Invited speaker at the California Conference on Library Instruction 2013 at San Jose State University in San Jose, California on April 5, 2013.

  • No One is Leaving Without You . . . or Me Knowing: Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques (iCATs) using Clicker Technology” – presentation about using interactive classroom assessment techniques (iCATs) with audience response systems—clickers--to measure “real time” learning of students. Delivered at the Online Northwest Conference 2013 at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon on February 8, 2013.

  • "Collaborative Peer Conversation: Cultivating Intention and Reflection to Improve Teaching" - presentation that actively demonstrate a process to articulate intentions and then reflect upon actual classroom experiences in a structured collaborative conversations between peers. Delivered at LOEX of the West 2012 in Burbank, California on June 8, 2012.

  • "Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques (iCATs) using Clicker Technology" – presentation about the development of interactive classroom assessment questions and activities to measure student learning and improve teaching practices using Clicker technology. Delivered at the Oregon Information Literacy Summit 2012 at Chemeketa Community College in McMinnville, Oregon on May 19, 2012.

  • "Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques (iCATs) using Clicker Technology" – presentation about the development of interactive classroom assessment questions and activities to measure student learning and improve teaching practices using Clicker technology. Delivered at the Southern Oregon University as a part of the Center for Teaching and Learning Fourth Friday Celebration of Intellectual Creativity Grant in Ashland, Oregon on April 27, 2012 and delivered at Project SOAR at Southern Oregon University on May 16, 2012.

  • 10 Library Research Essentials in 50 Minutes” – presented a session designed to update and inform faculty about the library resources and research techniques to help their students do better research. Delivered at the Instructional Institute – Fall term at Southern Oregon University on September 20, 2011.

  • "Information Literacy Unleashed: Making It Good and Easy But Not Necessarily Googled" - presentation that outlines simple and easy ways to access and use resources at the Hannon Library for anyone who believes that looking for stuff is not nearly as fun as finding what you want. Delivered at Project SOAR Southern Oregon Arts and Research 2011 in Ashland, Oregon on May 17, 2011.

  • "Information Literacy Survey: A Value-Added Assessment of Student Learning" - presentation that outlines the development and results of a two-part, 20-question survey is designed as a value-added measurement of first-year students' ability to access and use information efficiently, effectively, and ethically. Delivered at the Southern Oregon University Instructional Institute 2010 in Ashland, Oregon on September 21, 2010.

  • "Intentional Reference: A Mindful Approach to Making Good Even Better" - presentation about a process that encouragages approaching virtual reference as a mindful, intentional, and reflective practice rather than fielding questions. Delivered at the Oregon Virtual Reference Summit 2010 in Portland, Oregon on May 7, 2010.

  • "Information Literacy Survey: A Value-Added Assessment of Student Learning" - presentation that outlines the development and results of a two-part, 20-question survey is designed as a value-added measurement of first-year students' ability to access and use information efficiently, effectively, and ethically. Delivered at the Project SOAR: Southern Oregon Arts and Research 2010 in Ashland, Oregon on May 20, 2010.

  • "Libraries in the 21st Century" - presentation examining the future of libraries in the context of a dynamic, technological culture. Delivered at the Southern Oregon University Friends of the Hannon Library Lecture Series on February 18, 2010. Libraries in the 21st Century Video.

  • Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Web 2.0” – co-facilitated a faculty workshop with Jim Rible about implementing Web 2.0 elements such as embedding video that are useful for library research and teaching. Delivered at the Instructional Institute – Fall term at Southern Oregon University on September 22, 2009.

  • "Reflective Collaborative Conversations: Articulating Intention and Reflecting upon Action" - presentation focusing on engaging in reflective conversations with colleagues as a formative process to improve teaching and learning. Delivered at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching - West 2009 in Pomona, California on March 20, 2009.

  • "Heck With Hal: Open the Pod Bay Door to the Deep Web Yourself with Google’s Custom Search"- presentation about creating custom search engines to make webliographies and library guides searchable and easier to navigate. Delivered at the Online Northwest Conference 2009 in Corvallis, Oregon on February 13, 2009.

  • "Intentional Reference: Implementing Formative Assessment through Reflective Peer Facilitation" - presentation that aims to actively demonstrate reflective peer facilitation—a formative process by which colleagues articulate intentions prior to a reference session and reflect afterward upon the actual experience. Delivered at the Reference Renaissance Conference 2008 in Denver, Colorado on August 4-5, 2008.

  • "Reflective Peer Facilitation: Crafting Collaborative Self-Assessment in Teaching" - presentation about inspiring intentionality and reflection in teaching through collaborative peer conversations. Delivered at the Project SOARS: Southern Oregon Arts and Research 2008 in Ashland, Oregon on May 22, 2008.

  • "Information Literacy: Collaboration at Southern Oregon University" - presentation about partnering to develop and implement institutional information literacy goals and proficiencies across the curriculum. Delivered at the Information Literacy Summit 2007 in Corvallis, Oregon on November 16, 2007.

  • "What More Can They Say? Encouraging Good Online Discussion without the Workload" - presentation addressing how tc get students to write more reflective, thoughtful responses in online discussion forums and how to create a student-facilitated discussion forum. Delivered at the Pacific Northwest/Washington Blackboard Users Group 2007 Confernce in Eugene Oregon on October 19, 2007.

  • "Challenging Your Dark Side: Teaching Google Book Search and Google Scholar" - presentation detailing the features of Google Book Search and Google Scholar and how to use these as research tools. Delivered at the Online Northwest Conference 2007 in Corvallis, Oregon on February 16, 2007. See Executive Summary.

  • "Retreat to Advance: Promoting a Culture of Change" - presentation about the advantages of retreats to advance the organization culture of a library using a mini-workshop format in which participants actively engage in retreat activities. Delivered at the 2006 Oregon Library Association Conference in Salem, Oregon on April 7, 2006.

  • "Getting Good Responses Without the Workload in Discussion Forums" - presentation about how to encourage students to write more reflective, thoughtful responses in an online setting and how to assess the quality of their responses using a rubric which promotes self-assessment and critical thinking. Delivered at the Southern Oregon University ETAC Symposium on September 23, 2005 and March 17, 2006.

  • "I Reflect, Therefore I Become: Inspiring Reflective Teaching" - presentation that explores the personal experience of teaching through engaging in a variety of reflective activities. The intention is to inspire a critical self-presence in the classroom and to create the power and energy to fundamentally affect those we teach. Delivered at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching - West 2005 in Pomona, California on March 19, 2005.

  • "Reflective Peer Coaching: Crafting Collaborative Self-Assessment" - presentation about reflective peer coaching, a process designed to promote self-assessment and collaboration for better teaching and ultimately better learning. Delivered at the IBER International Teaching and Learning 2004 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 6, 2004, Workshop on Instruction in Library Use (WILU) 2004 Conference in Victoria, British Columbia on June 14, 2004; LOEX of the West 2004 Conference in Boise, Idaho on June 3, 2004; and LOEX 2003 National Conference in Madison, Wisconsin on May 10, 2003.

  • "Getting Good Responses Without the Workload in Discussion Forums" - presentation about how to encourage students to write more reflective, thoughtful responses in an online discussion forums and assess the quality of their responses. Delivered at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching - West 2004 in Pomona, California on March 20, 2004.

  • "Horizontal Searching: A Non-Linear Approach to Research and Evaluation": presentation about expanding the traditional linear research strategy by connecting information from citations and bibliographies across library catalogs, databases, and the Internet. Delivered at the Oregon Educational Media Association Regional Conference in Jacksonville, Oregon on April 5, 2003.

  • "Crafting Collaborative Self-Assessment through Reflective Peer Coaching" - workshop presentation about reflective peer coaching, a process designed to promote self-assessment and collaboration for better teaching and ultimately better learning. Delivered at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching - West in Pomona, California on March 15, 2003.

  • "Hocus Pocus: (Un)veiling the (In)visible Web" - presentation searching the Internet using principle of library and information science to explore beyond simple keyword searching in Google and other search tools. Delivered at the Online Northwest Conference 2003 in Corvallis, Oregon on February 28, 2003. See Executive Summary.

  • "Hocus Pocus, Get in Focus: Internet Searching Tips and Tricks Beyond Google to the (In)Visible Web" - presentation about the hocus pocus of Internet searching in the next dimension--the (In)visible Web and a new batch of next-generation search tools which take searching beyond just Google. Delivered at the Central Oregon Regional Library Conference - Redmond, Oregon on October 4, 2002 and at the Eugene Public Library on December 5, 2002.

  • "After Google, What? The (In)visible Web, That’s What!" - presentation about some of the more useful features of Google and innovations in other Internet search tools that make finding information easier from typical Web sites and from the (In)visible Web. Delivered at the Syllabus 2002 Conference - Santa Clara, California on July 30, 2002.

  • "What Do You Mean My Objective is a Goal? What’s the Difference?" - presentation for instruction librarians for designing goals and objectives that ultimately provide the guidelines and the building blocks that lead to better teaching and facilitate better assessment.. Delivered at the LOEX of the West Conference 2002 - Eugene, Oregon on June 29, 2002.

  • "Si Se Puede = Yes, You Can: The Role of Libraries in the Achievement of the Educational and Literacy Goals of the Cuban People" - panel presentation about the Cuban public, national, school, and independent libraries based on our visit to Cuba in February/March 2001. Delivered at the Oregon Library Association/Washington Library Association Joint Conference - Portland, Oregon on April 18, 2002.

  • "Goals, Objectives, and Outcomes! Oh, My!" - presentation writing goals and objectives facilitate better instructional design for more effective teaching. Delivered at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching - West in Pomona, California on March 8, 2002.

  • "Power Tools: New Drills for New Thrills in Internet Searching" - presentation about some of the new search tools that have recently emerged to rival Google with accuracy and special features. Delivered at the Online Northwest Conference 2002 in Portland, Oregon on March 1, 2002.

  • "Cloaks and Daggers: Google and the Invisible Web" - presentation about Internet searching using Google, the Invisible Web, and some new generation tools--Teoma, Wisenut, Vivisimo, and Ixquick. Delivered at the Oregon Educational Media Association (OEMA) Fall Conference in Seaside, Oregon on October 13, 2001.

  • "Cuba: The Land, The People, The Libraries" - presentation about a 14 day journey through the Cuba with a specific focus on libraries and information. Delivered at the Social Sciences Noon Lecture Series, Southern Oregon University on June 6, 2001 and at Ashland Public Library in Ashland, Oregon on April 25, 2001.

  • "Virtual Desktop Conference: The Invisible Web" - guest speaker at a virtual conference sponsored by the Oregon Chapter Special Library Association which explores the information on the Web that is not typically available using conventions Internet Search Tools. Delivered on February 6, 2001 and on February 7, 2001.

  • "After Google, What?" - presentation that explores Google and Internet searching beyond Google--including the Invisible Web or searchable databases and other search tools. Delivered at the Online Northwest Conference 2001 in Portland, Oregon on January 26, 2001.

  • "Search Engine Savvy" - presentation about Internet searching covering simple modes versus advanced modes, natural language searching versus Boolean logic, relevancy ranking, backlinking, folders, directories, phrase detection, and more. Delivered at the Oregon Education Media Association's OEMA 2000 Destination Literacy Conference, Portland, Oregon on October 14, 2000.

  • Internet Research Workshop - a two and a half hour workshop for St. Louis Public librarians and staff focusing on Internet search tools and researching information on the Web. Delivered at the Gates Training Center, St. Louis Public Library, St. Louis, Missouri on June 5, 2000.

  • "Virtual Web-Based (Library) Instruction: A 21st Century Approach" - presentation that examines the methods and delivery of "virtual" web-based instruction and how to utilize the Internet to enhance teaching by expanding the classroom into 24 hour/7days a week anytime anywhere instruction. Delivered at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching West in Lake Arrowhead, California on March 4, 2000.

  • "Ultimate Adaptation: Make It Simple Smarter Searching" - presentation focusing on features within the current search tools designed for the inexperienced that are a boon to the astute advanced searcher. It is a practical application of what to use when, taking advantage of the trend in search tools to produce better and more relevant results for those with minimal searching skills. Delivered at the Online Northwest Conference 2000 in Portland, Oregon on February 4, 2000.

  • "Taking It to the Web: Library Instruction for the 21st Century" - presentation that explores migrating library instruction to the Web with the purpose of transfering the focus of the Library Instruction program into self-paced/interactive material. Delivered at the American Society for Information Science (ASIS) Pacific Northwest Chapter Meeting at the MicroSoft Headquarters in Redmond, Washington on September 17, 1999.

  • "Darwin on the Web: The Further Adventures and Evolution of Search Tools and Cybersearching" - presentation that explores the constantly changing and developing tools to search the Web by examining the intuitive and not so intuitive features and tips for effectively finding information. Delivered at the Online Northwest 99 Conference in Portland, Oregon on February 12, 1999.

  • "Why on Earth Would You Want a Librarian to Come to Your Classroom" - presentation about the research behind the implementation of pre-sessions into the Library Instruction/Information Literacy Program. Delivered at the Southern Oregon University Arts and Letters Lecture Series in Ashland, Oregon on February 8, 1999.

  • "Affective Change: Integrating Pre-sessions in the Students' Classroom Prior to Library Instruction" - presentation of research into the effectiveness of offering a pre-session in the students' classroom prior to library instruction to create a more positive affective experience and enhance learning. Delivered at the LOEX of the West '98 Conference in Cedar City, Utah on June 19, 1998.

  • "Set 'em Up for Success" - presentation of research findings and personal observations about using pre-sessions outside of the library as a strategy to reduce anxiety and increase the effectiveness of library instruction. Delivered at the Oregon Library Association Conference in Eugene, Oregon on April 1, 1998.

  • "Fee or Free: The Decision to Charge for Printing at Public Workstations and the Implementation of a System." Delivered at the Online Northwest 98, the Fifteenth Annual Conference, in Portland, Oregon on February 6, 1998.

     

Workshops

  • "Talk about It: Using Collaborative Peer Conversation to Articulate Intention and Reflect upon Action – half-day workshop sponsored by the Oregon Library Instruction Round Table focusing on improving teaching and learning by cultivating intentionality and reflection through collaborative peer conversations. Delivered at the Oregon Library Association/Washington Library Association 2013 Conference in Vancouver, Washington on April 24, 2013.

  • Collaborative Peer Conversations: Articulating Intention and Reflection upon Actioninvited to facilitate a half-day workshop for library faculty focusing on collaborative conversations with peer buddies as a formative process to improve teaching and learning. Delivered at the Oregon State University Valley Library in Corvallis, Oregon on December 8, 2011.

  • Reflective Peer Coaching: Crafting Collaborative Self-Assessment - invited speaker to facilititate a half-day pre-conference workshop about reflective peer coaching, a process designed to promote self-assessment and collaboration for better teaching and ultimately better learning. Delivered at the Workshop on Instruction in Library Use (WILU) 2005 Conference at the University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontaric on May 18, 2005.

  • Reflective Peer Coaching Workshop - invited speaker to facilititate a half-day workshop for teaching librarians at the Portland State University concentrating on learning formative assessment using reflective peer coaching. Participants read a paper outlining the strategy and theory, then attended the workshop to from peer coaching groups and practice working together. Delivered at the Millar Library at Portland State University on March 11, 2005.

  • Improving Teaching through Peer Coaching and Mentoring - invited speaker to co-facilititate a full-day workshop about using reflection and peer coaching teams to improve teaching and learning. Delivered for the Library Instruction Round Table 2003 in Portland, Oregon on December 11, 2003 and co-facilitated with Pam Kessinger.

  • It's No Go, Without the Show: Maximizing Learning Through Better Teaching - full-day pre-conference workshop about improving teaching and learning. Delivered at the Oregon Library Association Annual Conference in Corvallis, Oregon on April 23, 2003 and co-facilitated with Jennifer Dorner.

  • Desarrollo Habilidades de Informacíon: Colaborando para el Futuro (Information Literacy: Collaboration for the Future - facilitatated a two-day, 12-hour workshop for librarians from institutions in Mexico about Information Literacy and colloborating to define and articulate a vision of libraries and librarians. Delivered at the Universidad de Guanajuato in Guanajuato, Mexico on May 6 - 7, 2002.
    See Report on the Faculty Exchange between the University of Guanajuato and Southern Oregon University

     

Videos: Instruction

Videos: Music

  • Reflections” (Fall 2011)– an original film and score taken on location in Victoria, British Columbia

  • Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Terry Longshore

    • "Boom" – featuring Terry Longshore and Bryan Jeffs – (May 16, 2013)

    • Jabberwocky” (May 17, 2012)

    • El Mosquito” (May 17, 2012)

  • Southern Oregon University Student Brass Quintet featuring Jon Janakes - Trumpet 1, Jesus Mendoza - Trumpet 2, Sean Pasche - French Horn, Monica Hicks - Trombone, and Troy DeShaver - Tuba.

    • "When I'm Sixty-Four" - The Southern Oregon University Student Brass Quintet performing "When I'm Sixty-Four" on May 14, 2013 at the Hannon Library Plaza: Music in the Library.

    • "American Patrol" - The Southern Oregon University Student Brass Quintet performing "American Patrol" on May 14, 2013 at the Hannon Library Plaza: Music in the Library.

  • Music in the Library” (Fall 2011) - Short visual sample of the many music performances at the Southern Oregon University Hannon Library

  • Dulcet: Southern Oregon University A Cappella

  • Raiders of the Lost Art: Southern Oregon University Madrigal Ensemble

  • Gamelan Degung Leuwi Asih: Southern Oregon University Gamelan Ensemble

  • Southern Oregon University Concert Choir under the direction of Fredna Grimland

 

Direct inquiries about this page to Dale Vidmar.