Beginning May 2, the Clermont campus library will be open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. You can also request an appointment online to visit the campus library outside of these hours.
The UC Clermont Library will be closed on the following dates: Monday, May 30; Monday, June 20; and Monday, July 4.
Don’t forget you can use online resources 24/7 at libraries.uc.edu/clermont
Beginning January 5, Clermont College Library will be by appointment only. You can request appointments to use library equipment and borrow library materials. To ease the use of library materials, we will offer drop-in hours Tuesdays from 9 AM to 11 AM and Wednesdays from 1 PM to 3 PM. Virtual support (chat, email, and online appointments) will remain available during business hours.
Have some mid-semester papers needing resources? Here are three resources that will help make the process easy:
If there is one thing that is for certain, it is that there was never quite a Fall semester like this one. Despite the upheaval, Clermont College Library persevered and provided a successful semester for its community.
UC Clermont’s newest librarian, Kathy Ladell, has published a new book chapter:
Ladell, K., Chernaik, A.G., Craig, A., Nelson, E., Shelly, A., & Swatscheno, J. (2020). Open Illinois: Supporting educational resources as a consortium. In D. Chase & D. Haugh (Ed.), Open praxis, open access: Digital scholarship in action (pp. 195-208). ALA Editions.
Mid-terms coming up? Papers due? Life getting crazy? Take some time and stop by the Clermont College Library to de-stress. We have coloring sheets and colored pencils set up just for you.
According to the periodical Healthy Years, coloring:
- Decreases anxiety
- Helps your brain to focus
- Centers you in the present
- Develops creativity
All pluses for the busy student.
How about it? Drop in, grab a page and some pencils and have fun!
Technical Services Manager
“Color Between The Lines.” Healthy Years 12.10 (2015): 4. Consumer Health Complete – EBSCOhost. Web. 28 Sept. 2016.
Clermont College Library is happy to add the newly released The Jewish Hospital & Cincinnati Jews in Medicine. The author, Dr. Frederic Krome, earned his PhD in history from the University of Cincinnati in 1992. He’s taught at UC Clermont since 2007. As Fred moves through the history of the hospital and physicians, he highlights several breakthroughs Jewish health professionals accomplished, including Dr. Albert Sabin and his work on the polio vaccine.
In my memories of Jewish Hospital, I recall the doctors and nurses giving excellent care to my own family members. I think you’ll enjoy Fred’s recollection of this vital part of Cincinnati history.
Technical Services Manager