Below please find the hours for the OWU Libraries for the remainder of the summer.
June 24 – August 26 Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays & Sundays
(Note: Open special hours for StART participants –See StART Schedule)
June 24 – August 26 Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays & Sundays
Closed beginning June 20 @ 1pm.
Reopens August 26th - (Materials can be obtained by special request at the Beeghly Circulation Desk.)
Reopens August 26th – (Materials can be obtained by special request at the Beeghly Circulation Desk.)
*NOTE: The Internet Café in Beeghly Library will not have 24-7 access from Friday, June 21st – Sunday, August 25th. Afterhours access to the café will resume with the start of fall session on Monday, August 26th.
CLOSED: JULY 4th & 5th for HOLIDAY
The Hobson Science is closing for the Summer June 20 at 1:00pm. It will not be be open on Friday June 21, the final day of the summer semester. The Science Library will reopen Monday August 26 at 9:00am. Items may be paged from the Science Library by contacting the circulation desk at Beeghly Library. For reference help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Deb Peoples at email@example.com.
As one of the Ohio Five, the OWU Libraries received a $775,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant to advance digital scholarship. Read more about our grant: Digital Capabilities Strengthened with New Mellon Grant
The OWU Libraries’ Special Collections department will be closed on Monday, June 10th and Tuesday, June 11th. Regular hours will resume on Wednesday, June 12th.
OWU Libraries’ Special Collections department will be closing at 12pm on Friday, May 24th and will resume regular hours on Tuesday, May 28th.
Summer school hours for the OWU Libraries can be viewed at http://library.owu.edu/hours-summerschool2013.pdf. Please note that afterhours access to the Internet Café/Bashford Lounge will be closed from May 13th-May 19th. Afterhours access will resume on May 20th.
With graduation fast approaching, please remember the senior due date for most library items is coming up on May 12th. Please know that failure to return library items or pay library fines will result in the withholding of your transcript. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Beeghly Circulation at 740-368-3225
Thank you and Good Luck finishing up with finals!
CONSORT will be unavailable for approximately 4-6 hours beginning at 11am on Tuesday, May 14th due to required maintenance. During this time, you can search the collection through the OhioLINK catalog by limiting the Location to “CONSORT Colleges”. However, you will not be able to request items from other CONSORT schools during this time.
Also, access to research databases from off-campus will be unavailable during the time. You will be able to continue to access research databases from on campus.
If you have any questions or concerns during this time, please contact the reference desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hours for the OWU Libraries for the end of the semester can be viewed at http://library.owu.edu/hoursspringfinals2013.pdf. Please note that the Internet Café/Bashford Lounge will be open to students during the hours Beeghly Library is officially closed. Swipe your OWU ID at the outside entrance of the Internet Café to gain entry.
Last week’s Celebration of Scholarship yielded an impressive turnout from both students and faculty, despite the weather’s best efforts to keep us all indoors. Equally impressive was the sheer volume of faculty publications on display from a range of disciplines. Director of Libraries Cathi Cardwell individually acknowledged all faculty members who contributed their work for the event (it was a long list).
Congratulations are also in order to those students who submitted papers for the 2013 Library Research Award. The judges were sincerely impressed by the caliber of the work demonstrated in these projects. Ultimately, though, there had to be a winner. Kassel Galaty was awarded first place for her paper titled “The Infected Man Has Been Althogether Lost Sight Of”: Dr. William Budd, the Importance of Epidemiology, and the Propagation of Germ Theory. Megan Cook took second place with her paper titled Physiological and Psychosocial Effects of the Inclusiveness of Physicians’ Language on Heterosexual and Queer College Women.
Lastly, three new READ posters were unveiled during the event. Faculty members honored with posters this year were Michael Flamm, Nancy Gamso, and Danielle Hamill.
Photos from the event are available in the library’s Flickr stream.
Faculty members honored for their scholarship during the 2013 Celebration of Scholarship. Photo credit: John Holliger
Students who submitted papers for the 2013 Library Research Award. Photo credit: John Holliger