The University of Cincinnati Libraries provide access to library services through 13 libraries across their various campuses.
OhioLINK recently spoke with the library director to learn more about the services and resources they provide:
The University of Dayton libraries – consisting of Roesch Library, Marian Library, the International Marian Research Institute and University Archives and Special Collections – make up a favorite spot to study and hang out for UD students. OhioLINK recently spoke with Kathy Webb, the libraries’ director, to learn more about what makes the University of Dayton library system unique.
Franklin University is dedicated to the success of Franklin University students around the world and the pursuit of lifelong learning for all members of the University community. Franklin University Nationwide Library helps to cultivate this success by providing a space conducive to the contemplation and discussion of ideas and by promoting the pursuit of knowledge.
OhioLINK spoke with the library director to learn more about Franklin University's Nationwide Library:
Hiram College Library has provided a welcoming, comfortable, and intellectually stimulating environment for many generations of students, faculty, staff and community members.
It is interesting to note that for its first 50 years, Hiram College did not even have a library.
OhioLINK spoke with the library director to find out more about the rich history and services provided by the Hiram College Library.
The Hocking College Library is committed to the advancement of teaching and learning by providing resources and services that support the core values of the college, and enriching the experience by creating a community of lifelong learners.
OhioLINK asked the Hocking College library director a few questions to better understand Hocking College Library.