The Olive Kettering Library provides a firm foundation for the development of a modern college library to support the mission of Antioch College.
Students use the library to consult or check out an array of research materials, find a quiet corner to study, attend an instruction session; and they enjoy a robust online collection of resources made available through strong library consortium relationships.
The Eugene H. Maly Memorial Library was named after Rev. Eugene H. Maly (1920-1980), an internationally acclaimed Scripture scholar and faculty member of the Athenaeum. Two hallmarks of Fr. Maly's life were scholarship and a commitment to serve the people of God. The library attempts to incorporate those ideals in its service to all people who walk through our doors or use our resources.
OhioLINK recently spoke with the library director and asked her a few questions about the history of the library at Athenauem.
The Hallie Q. Brown Memorial Library at Central State University offers extensive resources to its community. These resources allow for the library to be a space where students, faculty, researchers and community members often go to find just what they need.
OhioLINK recently spoke with H.Q. Brown Library Interim Director Carolin Sterling to learn more about the library and its commitment to excellence.
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The Cincinnati State Technical and Community College's Johnnie Mae Berry Library strives to provide its students and faculty with the tools and resources needed to access the most up-to-date information to further their research and enhance life-long learning.
OhioLINK recently spoke with the library director at Cincinnati State to find out more about the services provided by the Johnnie Mae Berry library at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.