In order to keep interlibrary loan information as private as possible, we are purging all transactions from our ILLiad database that were submitted prior to January 1, 2013.
Currently, you could find a list of everything you ever requested through ILL by logging into your ILLiad account and clicking on View > All Requests (which includes items currently checked out) or View > History Requests. While this can serve as a useful record, in the future, if you want to keep a copy of your request history, you will need to download your requests using the instructions below. We will keep a rolling history of four complete calendar years and the current year. At this time we need to remove several years of records and future removal of records will occur in January of each year. Continue reading Service Note for ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan) Users
Ever wonder what people are playing while they are practicing the keyboard in Langsam and CCM Libraries? Jay Sinnard, manager of the Student Technology Resources Center, did so he asked one student if he could listen in.
Can you identify what she’s playing? Bach? Beethoven?
A collaboration between UC Libraries and the College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), the keyboards are open to anyone wanting to play on a first come-first served basis, but bring your own headphone as they are required.
Since UC Libraries announced the establishment of UC’s first Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) last September, the center’s co-directors Arlene Johnson and James Lee have been busy reaching out to the university community and laying groundwork. We sat down with both them and Dean Xuemao Wang to discuss their respective backgrounds in digital humanities/digital scholarship (DH/DS) and the early details of their plans for the DSC at the University of Cincinnati and UC Libraries.
We are pleased to announce that the University of Cincinnati Libraries has recently introduced a new online video streaming service, Kanopy
With over 26,000 films and more added monthly, Kanopy includes thousands of award-winning documentaries, training films, and indie films. The database includes films from many of the leading producers, including the Criterion Collection, PBS, HBO California Newsreel, BBC, Kino Lorber, New Day Films, The Great Courses, First Run Features, The Video Project, and hundreds more.
Kanopy’s streaming interface makes it easy to watch, share, discuss and engage with films across campus. Instructors: it’s easy to use Kanopy in your coursework. You can share films, create clips or teaching playlists, and embed them into Blackboard. See the Kanopy homepage for more information or contact library staff for help.
Take a time out from studying with Triceracopter for some fun and creative activities on:
Wed, November 30: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Thurs, December 1, 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Student Wellness Center, Campus Ministry at St. Monica-St. George and the Women’s Center.
Recharge, Refresh and Breathe
Need a BREAK! Reboot with a 10-minute session of deep breathing and gentle stretching. Studies show that mediation and yoga breaks are most effective at boosting productivity so join the circle, relax and get back to work with a fresh perspective.
Sessions will be offered by Kimber Andrews, Assistant Director of CET&L on:
Tues, November 29 at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. 5 p.m. & 8 p.m.
Tuesday December 6 at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. 5 p.m. & 8 p.m.
Victorian Gingerbread Village Coloring Banner
Bring some color to the gingerbread village banner.
Begins Thurs, December 1, next to Starbucks.
Who Let the Dog In?
Take a break from your studies and come meet Dozer, Labrador in the K-9 Unit of UC’s Public Safety Department.
Need help with writing? Visit the Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library any Wednesday in September and sign up for a same-day appointment with a writing tutor. Receive free writing assistance on all documents, including: personal statements, grant applications, reports and articles.
The writing tutor is available from 12:45pm-5:45pm on September 14, 21 and 28 in the Health Sciences Library’s Informatics Lab located on the E level. Simply visit the library to sign up for a same-day appointment with the writing tutor, then come back to the library at your scheduled time.
The service is open to all. For more information, contact Joseph Cunningham of the Academic Writing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the university’s main library, the Walter C. Langsam Library — and especially the busy fourth floor — is a destination of choice for University of Cincinnati students. Beginning Aug. 21, UC students, faculty and staff looking for a place to study for an exam, access a public computer or meet with a project team to finish an assignment now have access to the fourth floor of Langsam Library 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Update to message posted earlier (9:17 am) today: Journals@UC is now available (as of approximately noon, EDT). All other library systems affected by the maintenance described in yesterday’s post were available by approximately 9 am this morning.
The planned network maintenance announced for 3 am to 8:30 am this morning (June 18, 2016) is complete. All library systems mentioned in this earlier post are available, except Journals@UC. Staff are actively working to bring that system up and this blog post will be updated when this issue is resolved.
The UC Libraries websites will be unavailable June 18 from 3-8:30am as IT@UC performs planned network maintenance.
All systems and devices house in the IT@UC Data Center will be unavailable from approximately 3-8:30 a.m. EDT, Saturday, June 18, for network maintenance. Student, faculty and staff email systems are not expected to be affected by the outage. Almost all other UC online systems will be affected, including all ‘uc.edu’ web sites, Canopy, Blackboard, Box at UC, Echo360, Kaltura, Catalyst (student information system), the central login system, WebEx, Microsoft Lync, the UC Virtual Private Network (VPN) and UC FileSpace.
We expect that the library catalog – https://uclid.uc.edu will be available during this time. OhioLINK resources will not be affected by this outage, except that off campus users who need to authenticate should use the Libraries Proxy Server instead of VPN.