Her diary, like many other pieces in the Libraries’ archives and special collections, is fragile.
An Ohio-based trio collaboratively launched the web archive of The Voinovich Collections, the first phase of materials from Senator George V. Voinovich’s senatorial and gubernatorial collections.
Update: We heard from 87 OU faculty, staff, and students. Enough for an accurate statistical representation of the total OU population? Probably not. But we […]
Students working in the Digital Initiatives department have been pinning new historic university images to several new boards on Pinterest, a website that allows users […]
On June 12, 2012, the Ohio University Libraries’ new website was launched, blasting users into a brighter, easier and more up-to-date online learning environment. New […]
One of the most prominent features of our new web site is our new search tool, ArticlesPlus. ArticlesPlus is from the same provider, EBSCOhost, as […]
“I’d Pin that,” is a phrase being uttered all around the nation as the new social media platform, Pinterest, gains addicts everywhere. “I’d pin that” […]
After card sorting, the next usability test was paper prototyping. Paper prototyping is great because not a line of code has to be written to […]
The redesign process for the Libraries’ new website started with a small group of librarians and one programmer (hereafter called library web team). They began […]
On June 10, 2012, President Dwight D. Eisenhower spoke about his experience with WWII on the radio news network, BBC4. Considering Eisenhower died in 1961, […]