Uncategorized

Details, Details

Do you ever wonder how librarians think?  Here’s some insight.  We are methodical and practical.  We love details, and when computer file names were finally released from the 8 character restriction, we rejoiced.  But we also didn’t just blindly allow the computer to name our files.  We have a system. Or the StreamNet Regional Library …

Details, Details Read More »

Help Us Help You

Yes, that’s right. We want to know how we can support your research beyond anything we are doing now. We’re great at getting those hard to find papers, but what about managing your bibliography? Generating citations? Finding new material and pushing that to you? Let’s set a date and time to get together. Please also …

Help Us Help You Read More »

What’s In A Name?

The StreamNet Regional Library is in a quandary as we reach our 30th anniversary in the next few years.  Founded as part of the CIS/NED/StreamNet Project in 1988, we are part of the Columbia Basin Fish & Wildlife Program funded through the Northwest Power & Conservation Council via the Bonneville Power Administration.  As a project …

What’s In A Name? Read More »

How Are We Doing?

The StreamNet Regional Library offers the typical services of a library: information gathering, collection organization, bibliography development, and document delivery. As we reach the end of the 10 year Columbia Basin Fish Accords, the library would like to know how we are doing to serve our patrons.  Do you love us? Do you hate us?  …

How Are We Doing? Read More »

Deschutes River, Pelton-Round Butte & Digital Documents

A HUGE thank you to Robert Spateholts for providing so many historical documents on the Pelton-Round Butte Project via Portland General Electric.  We are working on fleshing out the rest of the bibliography with more from the StreamNet Regional Library’s collections.  We’d like to cover the entire Deschutes River (Oregon version) as well as any …

Deschutes River, Pelton-Round Butte & Digital Documents Read More »

Moving Servers

While to the general public, our website may seem exactly the same, we have made some changes to hopefully make your experience a bit better when visiting the library on the Interwebs. Moving servers is much like moving house. Something will happen to mess up what should be an easy transition. When moving house, you …

Moving Servers Read More »