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Last week, Ohio University Libraries held a conversation with Katherine Ziff, author of Asylum on the Hill: History of a Healing Landscape. This edition of the Authors @ Alden series, hosted by Curator of Manuscripts, Doug McCabe, was made possible in partnership with the Ohio University Press. A live webcast of the event was made […]
On April 11, 2013, Ohio University held its annual Student Research and Creative Activity Expo supported by the Vernon R. and Marion Alden endowment fund. As Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis explained, the expo focuses on innovation, creativity and inspiration and allows students to utilize university funding to take off with their research endeavors. […]
Between tweeting, pinning, posting, sharing, liking, and uploading, the Ohio University Libraries has earned a distinction that no other college or university has until this year. The Libraries’ and its staff are being celebrated for their commitment to listening, engaging and conversing with their audiences through social media after being ranked #33 on LibraryScienceList.com’s 100 […]
Take a look at what the Libraries and its staff have been up to…
As we approach the time when incoming freshman begin to claim their spots as Ohio University students, the Ohio University Libraries and campus partners are developing a project aimed largely at future Bobcats. Conceived in 2012, “Ohio University: An Online History,” will be a multi-media Web site presenting the University’s rich history to initiate freshmen […]
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 appreciated hearing your thoughts on the two versions of the library’s home page. And the results are that the home page will be staying the same. Thank you to everyone […]
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 to organize and share photos. In an August news blog post, Lena Chapin described how this department is using this social media tool to share the history of Ohio University. […]