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Map library hosts GIS Day to recognize its impact

Olivia Young November 17, 2014

University Libraries will celebrate Geographic Information Systems Day on Wednesday from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the map library at McGilvrey Hall.GIS Day is a celebration of geospatial technology and...

Library Live information sessions to target faculty, graduate students

Olivia Young November 3, 2014

Library Live is an information and resources conference targeted at faculty and graduate students and will be held on Thursday, Nov. 6 in the University Library.This one-day conference, taking place between...

Patrick Markovich (left) and Sarah Holmes (right) work at the Performing Arts Library. Kent States libraries have librarians in each department available to help students with research.

Who’s your subject librarian? Your academic research process just got easier

Olivia Young October 19, 2014

University Libraries employs subject librarians designated for each academic department at Kent State in support of teaching and research.Subject librarians are available for all students — undergraduate...

Upcoming fundraising event to benefit a KSU student

Olivia Young September 29, 2014

Kent State University Libraries will host its second annual fundraising event for the 2014-2015 Legacy Scholarship.The 2014 Legacy Scholarship Dinner will be in the Kent State Student Center Ballroom at...

New online service benefits student research

Olivia Young September 21, 2014

Students now have access to a new way to research information at University Libraries with the new service, Discovery@ Kent State.In recent years, students used KentLINK, OhioLINK and other online databases...

KSU to celebrate Constitution Day

Olivia Young September 11, 2014

University Libraries will honor Constitution Day with a public reading of the Constitution and a guest lecture by attorney Bill Bon on Wednesday, Sept. 17.The public reading will begin at 1 p.m. in Risman...

James Seelye spoke about what it was like to write his book,  Voices of the American Indian Experience as a part of the Kent Read series in the library Wendesday, Sept 10, 2014.

Kent State reads with James Seelye

Olivia Young September 10, 2014

Excerpts from “Voices of the American Indian Experience” were read aloud by co-editor James Seelye, a history professor at the Kent State Stark campus.Seelye’s primary-source collection tells the...

Patrick Markovich (left) and Sarah Holmes (right) work at the Performing Arts Library Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Markovich has been working at the library for the past year and Holmes has been a part of the team for eight months. The two are available at the desk to help answer any questions regarding the library.

Subject librarians assist students with research

Christopher Woods April 29, 2014

University Libraries has 20 workers who specialize in serving as resources to help students, faculty and staff with research and gathering information. These university employees are called subject librarians.Head...

Mini Maker’s Faire comes to KSU

Christopher Woods April 13, 2014

The University Libraries have partnered with other departments around campus, including the Blackstone LaunchPad, for the first Kent State Mini Maker’s Faire on April 24.Hilary Kennedy, manager of the...

University Libraries win collaboration award

Christopher Woods April 6, 2014

 University Libraries won the “Most Collaborative Partner” award at the first Blackstone LaunchPad Entrepreneurial Awards and Expo on Tuesday morning.Director of Marketing and Communication Karen...

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