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On Display at Odum: April: Poetry and Citizen Science!

Second Floor Display

Top Picks

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If you love a piece of media and think we need it in the collection you can let us know by filling out our request form!

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If you're looking for a resource not available at Odum Library, you can use GIL Express to borrow books from any of the University System of Georgia (USG) Libraries or Inter-Library Loans to borrow from libraries outside our system! Suggestions for books on this month's themes to request are located in the GIL Express tab of the library resources display.

Additional Poetry Resources

Citizen Science and Poetry Month

Library Resources

Special Thanks:

A big thank you to Amanda Broyles for the help with this month's picks! 

Campus Orgs and Events:

"Deep Release is an organization where individuals can express themselves in an open environment in the form of spoken word, poetry, song, freestyle or improvisation. We encourage creative, diverse and innovative works from students. Deep Release is an open setting where students can come and share their artistic ability."

"Odradek is Valdosta State University's student literary magazine. Odradek is staffed, written, edited, and published yearly by VSU students from all majors and disciplines. Students submit short stories, poetry, creative non-fiction, translations, photographs and visual art for publication in the journal. We are one of the longest running campus organizations with over twenty years of publishing history. Each year we form a dedicated team of editors to work with students on providing the best works of literature and art possible to be published in the Odradek during the spring."

The Science Saturdays program is supported by the College of Science and Mathematics. They provide a space and the materials for local children to perform science experiments to learn hands-on. While they are not currently holding in-person events due to the pandemic, they have made at-home experiment videos available to those interested in continuing to educate through experimentation.

Additional Citizen Science Resources

Contact us

If any material listed is problematic or you would like to suggest future recommendations and themes please contact Crystal Miller at crrichardson@valdosta.edu! They would love feedback, or just to talk about books!