OhioLINK and its member libraries benefit from many partners who collaborate with us on joint projects.
Academic Library Association of Ohio (ALAO) – The professional organization for Ohio academic librarians.
Digital Resource Commons - OhioLINK’s Digital Resource Commons (DRC) will be a robust, statewide platform that is able to provide access to the wealth of research, historic, educational and creative materials produced by Ohio’s scholarly communities. The DRC will enable Ohio colleges and universities to store, access and preserve all types and formats of digital materials, including audio, video, graphic images and text. It will also include capabilities for hosting and supporting institutional repositories, peer review e-journals, electronic theses and dissertations, and learning objects.
eStudent Services – A division of OH-TECH, designed to help students increase access to higher education particularly with regards to e-learning and technology-enhanced education.
INFOhio – The information network for Ohio’s schools.
Libraries Connect Ohio (LCO) – Libraries Connect Ohio (LCO) is a partnership of Ohio libraries and library organizations that are working together to build and provide a core collection of information resources and library services, called the Ohio Web Library, that will help all Ohioans compete in the global knowledge economy. The LCO partners include: INFOhio, OhioLINK, Ohio Public Library Information Network, State Library of Ohio, Academic Library Association of Ohio, Ohio Educational Library Media Association, and the Ohio Library Council.
OARnet – A division of OH-TECH, providing Internet access and other services for higher education institutions in the state.
OH-TECH– Ohio Technology Consortium of the Ohio Board of Regents.
Ohio Board of Regents – Ohio’s coordinating body for higher education.
Ohio Educational Library Media Association (OELMA) – A professional organization dedicated to educational, literary and technological excellence in library/media services in Ohio’s schools.
Ohio Library Council (OLC) – The Ohio Library Council is the statewide professional association which represents the interests of Ohio’s public libraries as well as their trustees, Friends and staffs.
OHIONET – A non-profit library membership organization.
Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN) – OPLIN, funded by the Ohio General Assembly, offers Ohio residents fast, free access to the Internet and to subscription databases through Ohio’s local public libraries.
Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) – A division of OH-TECH, which provides the computational power, infrastructure, and expertise needed to answer the demands of the Ohio education and research community.
Ohio Web Library – The Ohio Web Library is an evolving collection of thousands of online publications and research resources, that are provided to all Ohioans by Libraries Connect Ohio, a partnership of Ohio’s libraries and library organizations. The Ohio Web Library includes: popular magazines, trade publications, scholarly research journals, newspapers from Ohio and the nation, encyclopedias, dictionaries, speeches, poems, plays, maps, satellite images of Ohio, and more. The Ohio Web Library supports quality education, a skilled workforce, business growth, and lifelong learning in Ohio. By providing resources statewide, LCO can cost-effectively provide necessary information resources to all Ohioans, regardless of their location, age, education or economic status. Access to the Ohio Web Library resources is provided to every Ohioan via Ohio’s academic, public and school libraries.
State Library of Ohio – The State Library of Ohio is the principal research library for Ohio state government. The State Library also works to promote the development of library services and resource sharing throughout Ohio and to provide specialized library services to Ohio residents.
University System of Ohio – Ohio’s network of public colleges and universities includes 14 universities with 24 branch campuses and 23 community colleges working in a collaborative, cooperative environment across the state. With a mission to provide affordable, high quality higher education opportunities for all Ohioans, programs and curricula are designed to meet Ohioans’ needs for the 21st century.