All OH-TECH organizations – including OhioLINK – are moving to a new data center as the building that houses their current data center is slated to be demolished. The new location at the State of Ohio Computing Center will provide OhioLINK with a near-Tier 4 data center that can deliver a higher grade of services and achieve greater efficiencies.
Because of the move, all OhioLINK hosted services will be down for the move during the following window: Friday, June 12, 6pm – Saturday, June 13, 12pm.
This will include:
- OhioLINK website
- Central Catalog
- Rave URLS
OhioLINK mailing lists will not be affected by the outage, and OhioLINK staff will communicate with membership via email and social media (http://twitter.com/ohiolink and http://facebook.com/ohiolink) if necessary during the maintenance window.
Quickly and easily borrow books, CDs, DVDs, and Audiobooks from SearchOhio, a consortium of over 20 Ohio public libraries.
Start your search in the UC catalog and move on to OhioLINK for additional borrowing options. If OhioLINK doesn’t have the title you’re looking for, click the SearchOhio button in the catalog search results to check availability. If another library owns an available copy, select the “Request Item” button and follow the prompts.
STEP 1: Search for an item in our catalog. If you can’t find it or all the copies of the item you’re interested in are unavailable, select the OhioLink button to expand your search.
STEP 2: If you can’t find it or all the copies of the item you’re interested in are checked out, select the SearchOhio button to expand your search to their catalog.
STEP 3: When you find the item you’re looking for click the “Request Item” button and follow the prompts for your library affiliation (U of Cincinnati), your login information (UC ID and Central Service Password) and desired pick-up location. That’s it! You’ll be notified when your item is ready to be picked up.
Click here to learn more about borrowing and returning SearchOhio items.
Questions or problems? Contact the Library by phone at 513-745-5710 or email.
November 1st marked the 20th birthday of OhioLINK, a consortium of 88 Ohio college and university libraries, plus the State Library of Ohio, that work together to provide Ohio students, faculty, and researchers with the information they need for teaching and research. Continue reading
OhioLINK will be switching to a new book delivery vendor in early March. This change may lead to minor delays in service as a new system is put in place. If you anticipate needing library materials at that time, we recommend allowing extra time to receive your requests. Questions? Please contact a librarian.
Beginning October 3, University of Cincinnati Libraries users will have access to a new resource for borrowing materials via SearchOhio. SearchOhio is a consortium of Ohio public libraries sharing materials amongst their patrons, similar to how OhioLINK facilitates the sharing of resources between many of Ohio’s colleges and universities. UC students, staff and faculty will be able to utilize SearchOhio to access books and more that they cannot first obtain through the University of Cincinnati Libraries or OhioLINK. Users will find a link to SearchOhio in their search results when they use the OhioLINK catalog.
The University of Cincinnati Libraries is a member of OhioLINK, a statewide system that provides access to 48 million library items, 9,000 electronic journals and 150 electronic research databases. Learn more about the OhioLINK systems and its’ research tools at www.ohiolink.edu/about/snapshot2010.pdf.
Please note that the OhioLINK Central Catalog will be offline beginning at noon on July 7 in order to migrate it to a new server. This is expected to take several hours to complete. The Central Catalog should be back online by the evening of the 7th .
OhioLINK‘s Quicksearch is currently unavailable. They are working to resolve the issue.
PLEASE NOTE: The OhioLINK Catalog will be unavailable July 1 starting at 7:00 pm for approximately 2 hours as they upgrade the system. Thank you for your patience.