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.
Library systems that are affected include our websites – http://libraries.uc.edu, https://digital.libraries.uc.edu, Scholar@UC, Journals@UC, the Digital Resource Commons, and the Luna Image and Media repository.
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.
A link to more information about this #ITUCUpdate is available at http://www.uc.edu/ucit/maintenance.html.
Welcome back to Earth Astronaut Scott Kelly. Want to see more amazing photographs from outer space? Visit the NASA Educator Resource Center in the CECH Library.
A digital repository makes accessible, enables re-use, stores, organizes and preserves the full range of an institution’s intellectual output, including all formats of scholarly, historical and research materials. Faculty and researchers can use Scholar@UC to collect their work in one location and create an Internet-enabled, durable and citable record of their papers, presentations, publications, data sets or other scholarly creations. With sponsorship from a faculty member, undergraduate and graduate students may also contribute their academic output, such as capstone projects, senior design projects, research data and other creative and scholarly works. Continue reading Scholar@UC Open for Self-Submissions
When users of the Geology-Mathematics-Physics Library returned to campus for spring semester, they were greeted with a new entrance to the library. The more accessible and visible entrance is located on the exterior of Braunstein Hall across from the Old Chemistry Building and visible from the quad. It includes a book drop as well as a lounge space adjacent to the new entrance.
Over the next six months there are plans to improve the library’s upper level. First, the service desk and reserves will move across the room to be adjacent to the external entrance. In addition, more lounge and group collaboration spaces will be created, as well as a computing space to support GIS needs.
The new entrance will allow many people to discover, or re-discover, this library, and to make use of its resources.
For students seeking subject tutoring or academic coaching, the Learning Assistance Center (LAC) offers drop-in sessions in Langsam Library on Monday and Wednesdays from 4-7 p.m on the 4th floor close to the Academic Writing Center.
Students starting classes Monday will be met with construction and an enhanced classroom in Langsam Library.
Once completed, the renovations will provide more collaborative, flexible and comfortable work spaces to do research and to study in Langsam, as well as offer improved access to enhanced technology. Work began this summer with the renovation of the Langsam classroom 462 and will continue throughout the fall semester on the fourth floor of the library.
As a result of the construction, The Desk@Langsam (the main service desk) has been moved to just beyond the main staircase. Signs and way finding lead users to the temporary desk location. All other Langsam Library services and spaces remain open and available for use at this time.
Stop by Langsam Library Saturday and Sunday, August 22 & 23 from noon-5pm for lemonade, cookies AND a free print of your class schedule.
Visit any of the three Science Libraries (College of Engineering and Applied Science, Geology-Mathematics-Physics, Chemistry-Biology) from 1-5pm on Sunday for treats, beverages and brief tours of the libraries.
Welcome to UC Libraries.
UC students are using the green room and equipment available in the STRC to film a music video as part of a class assignment.
Sarah, Melanie, Lauren and Heather, students in the course “Time Design 2,” a graphic arts class in the College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning, were assigned to make a music video for a local band called Little Lights.
The Student Technology Resources Center (STRC), located on the fourth floor of Langsam Library, is a student-centered service area designed to provide instructional technology resources, assistance, technology and equipment to students working on course assignments.
View videos produced in the STRC on their YouTube channel.
The STRC is funded in part by Information and Technology Instructional Equipment fees.