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Debbie Tenofsky, Head of Reference and Instructional Services, is quoted in an article in the April 2010 issue of Academic Connection published by Athletics Academic Services. The article, “The Campus that Never Sleeps,” highlights iTunes U, a source of free video and audio files produced by universities including UC.
Looking for a place to study during exams? Langsam Library begins exam hours March 12 through March 20.
UPDATE: The Geology-Mathematics-Physics Library is now open after a power outage this morning in Braunstein Hall.
Please be advised of the following OhioLINK notice:
We are aware of a problem with QuickSearch. As of 10am Friday, pages time out with no response. We are reporting the problem to technical support and will keep you posted if there’s reason to expect lengthy downtime.
Congratulations UC Bearcat on being named the Capital One Mascot Challenge Winner!
UC Libraries is especially proud of this victory as we played a small role in the Mascot’s success. The entry video submitted to Capitol One was produced in the STRC using the video-editing suite.
The Albino Gorno Memorial Music (CCM) Library and Music Listening Center will be closed December 24 through January 7 so that it may move from its current location on the fourth floor of Blegen Library to its newly renovated location on the sixth floor.
UPDATE: All services have been restored.
Please note that on Saturday, December 19th from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm electric power to Langsam Library will be out for planned maintenance. This power outage will cause the UC Libraries Web site, the Library Catalog, and Interlibrary Loan services through ILLiad to be inaccessible during this time.
In addition, UCit@Langsam will be closed 5:00 am to 1:00 pm because of the power outage.
Thank you for your patience.
Digitization has begun on the City of Cincinnati’s birth and death records prior to 1909. For the next several months, portions of the records will be unavailable for research while they are being digitized. If you wish to view any of the birth and death records, please contact the Archives and Rare Books Library by phone at 513-556-1959 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure that the records are available. Also, please be aware that replies to research requests may be delayed while certain records are inaccessible. Further information on these records and guidelines for submitting a research request can be found on the Archives and Rare Books Library website. Full web access to the digitized records should be available by Summer 2010.
Ever wish you could take the library with you? With the aid of a library widget and toolbars now offered by the University of Cincinnati Libraries, you can take key library resources and services wherever you study or research.