Congratulations to the winners of the 3rd Annual Art of STEM Competition! We had an enthusiastic response with seventy-one submissions. All entries can be viewed in our online exhibit. Thanks to everyone who participated…
The Kelvin Smith Library is now closed as part of the university's effort to slow the spread of Covid-19, but library staff continue to support teaching and research online for faculty, students, and staff. A full guide to services is available, check the guide frequently for UPDATES. Here is a quick overview about major services:
Electronic Resources. All e-resource (e-journals, e-books, e-databases) are available. Most are accessible using single sign-on, but a few still require use of VPN.
Research Assistance. Librarians are available to conduct virtual research and digital scholarship consultations by chat, phone or Zoom.
Interlibrary Loan and OhioLINK. All borrowing of physical items (e.g., books) via OhioLINK and interlibrary loan is suspended until further notice. We will attempt to fulfill requests for articles or chapters that can be delivered directly to you electronically, but since many other universities in Ohio and the country are closed, we cannot guarantee when these requests might be filled.
Overdue Material. Until the library reopens, please keep books and other materials you previously checked-out, and rest assured that all fines and late fees accrued after March 16 will be waived.
Special Collections. We will receive but cannot currently fulfill requests for digitization of special collections materials. Once full operations resume, fulfilling these requests will likely take longer than usual.
Apr 16Kelvin Smith Library4:00 pm
Apr 28Kelvin Smith Library4:00 pm
May 09Kelvin Smith Library9:00 am
3rd Annual Art of STEM Competition WINNERS
KSL Services and Resource Continuity During Covid 19/Coronavirus Period
All campus libraries are closed until further notice. No visitors will be permitted to enter the building.
Services and Resources
All borrowing of…
Master your coursework, paper & projects with KSL resources!
By Erin Smith, research services librarian for the humanities
Hello from Kelvin Smith Library! The semester is well underway, and now is a good time to start thinking about how to utilize your resources in regards to your research. Whether you are in the…