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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009
OCTAVOFEST: Celebrating the Art of the Book
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Friday, September 18th, 2009
New in Cleveland Memory! Each in Their Own Voice: African-American Artists in Cleveland, 1970-2005
The Michael Schwartz Library has partnered with the Cleveland State University History Department and Art Gallery to produce this online version of the exhibition, Each in Their Own Voice: African-American Artists in Cleveland, 1970-2005 as part of a new collection in Cleveland Memory.
The exhibition ran at the Art Gallery from January 23 to March 7, 2009 and featured work by 24 artists working in a wide range of media including film. Part of the preparation for the exhibition included interviews with each artist recorded as oral histories by the Cleveland State University History Department. Excerpts from these interviews have been made available along with the artists' work as well as portraits of most of the featured artists in this online representation of the original exhibition.
Listen and see for yourself what these talented artists have to say through their interviews and their art.
Manage, Access, and Share your Research using RefWorks
Presented by the CSU Michael Schwartz Library
Thursday, October 15, 2009
12:00 - 1:00 pm
CSU faculty - take your research methods to a new level at the Michael Schwartz Library RefWorks seminar. Meet with librarians to learn about RefWorks, a robust web-based research management tool, and tailor its many uses to fit your research needs. Librarians will demonstrate how to:
- Import references from research databases
- Store and organize article, web, and book citations
- Share and discuss your RefWorks database with colleagues and other researchers globally through RefShare
- Import bibliographic information from a web site using Ref Grab-It
And much more!
Moderator: Kathy Dobda, Assistant Director Public Services.
Diane Kolosionek, Urban and Education Librarian; Theresa Nawalaniec, Sciences & Engineering Librarian; Marianne Nolan, Coordinator, Reference; and Ann Marie Smeraldi, General Education/First Year Experience Librarian.
Light refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library.
For more information or to reserve a seat, please call 216-875-9734 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seating is limited - Respond by Tuesday, October 13.
Thursday, September 17th, 2009
Many Turn Out to Meet the "Real Librarians of CSU"
We'd like to thank everyone who stopped by to "Meet the Real Librarians of CSU" on September 10th in the Michael Schwartz Library. Visitors enjoyed the "meet and greet" and learned just what an excellent resource our Librarians, with their wide range of knowledge and experience, are for the CSU community. We're glad you enjoyed it, and we look forward to seeing you in the Library throughout the year.
You can see more photos from this event on our Facebook page!
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009
Banned Books Reading
Come and read an excerpt of it at the
Banned Books Reading
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
12:00 to 1:00 P.M.
CSU Michael Schwartz Library
1st floor, east
Sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the CSU Michael Schwartz Library in support of freedom of speech
Brown Bag Event
How to Participate
Submit your chosen literary passage in advance of the event to schedule your time on the microphone. Or, just come to 1st floor of the Michael Schwartz Library on Tuesday, September 29 during the common hour to hear the readings. Afterwards, peruse the Banned Books display, which will include information about free speech and ethics.
Interested in doing a reading, but not sure that you have ever read a banned book? Visit the Library's Intellectual Freedom web page at https://library.csuohio.edu/research/portals/freedom.html or the Library's Banned Books display for recent examples. Choose a short passage to read (or consider briefly discussing why a certain book or author was censored) then send your idea to Faith Larraine Hampton, the SPJ Cleveland State Student Chapter President, at
Exercise your right of free speech!
This event is open to all faculty, staff, and students.
The 2009 Banned Books Reading Week is September 26 through October 3.
During that time, the Banned Books display will be located on the east side of the 1st floor of the CSU Michael Schwartz Library (in Rhodes Tower). The Banned Books Reading will take place near the display.
Tuesday, September 15th, 2009
A Talk with Rebecca Wolff and a Reading and Book Signing with Poets Kate Greenstreet & Rebecca Wolff
and the Department of English present
A Talk with Rebecca Wolff
Thursday, September 17, 2009 at noon
Main Classroom 136 (MC 136)
You are invited to attend an informal talk about editing the literary journal Fence, and publishing Fence Books.
and a Reading and Book Signing with Poets
Kate Greenstreet & Rebecca Wolff
Kate Greenstreet is the author of The Last 4 Things (Ahsahta, 2009), and case sensitive (Ahsahta, 2006). She is also the author of three chapbooks, most recently This Is Why I Hurt You (2008). Her work has appeared in such journals as Court Green, Denver Quarterly, Fence, jubilat, and VOLT.
Rebecca Wolff is the author of three books of poems: The King (Norton, 2009); Figment (Norton, 2004), winner of the Barnard Women Poets Prize; and Manderley (University of Illinois Press, 2001), selected for the National Poetry Series by Robert Pinsky. She is the founding editor and publisher of Fence and Fence Books, and a Program Fellow of the New York State Writers Institute.
Thursday, September 17, 2009 at 7:30 pm
Main Classroom 134 (MC 134), 1899 East 22th Street
Events are free and open to the public.
Tuesday, September 1st, 2009
Equipment Loans to Students
Students are increasingly incorporating digital images, video, and audio into assignments and presentation material, but production equipment has not been widely available to them on campus. Beginning this Fall, students may borrow Canon video and still cameras, and Sony audio recorders from Library Multimedia Services (MMS) in RT 301.
Students can check out these items from the Library just as they would a book — there is a 1-day loan period on this equipment. Students supply their own DV tapes and flash media storage cards, but both tapes and flash media storage cards are available for purchase in the Library vending machine if students don't have their own.
After using the new cameras and recorders to capture the information they need, students can work on their digital files at home or use the professional video, audio and image editing equipment and software in Multimedia Services to create polished materials for presentations and other assignments. Help with equipment and software is available in Multimedia Services as well.
Students may contact MMS for more information at (216) 687-9337. Faculty wishing to borrow similar equipment should contact IMSS Equipment Circulation at (216) 687-3846.
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