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Image Searching in Cleveland Memory Will Be Unavailable Oct. 12th
Due to a scheduled upgrade, searching for images on the Cleveland Memory website will be unavailable Tuesday, October 12th from at 8:00 a.m. to approximately 10:00 a.m.. Users of Ohio's Heritage Northeast will be unable to access images from the Cleveland Memory database during this time as well.
Improve your grade with a better paper
In order to provide students with additional research and writing assistance during the second half of the semester when papers are due, the CSU Library and the Writing Center are offering the following workshops in the LCLC back lab on the first floor of the Library in Rhodes Tower:
|Wed Oct. 29||12 p.m.||IMPROVE Your Research Strategies|
|Thur Oct. 30||5 p.m.||IMPROVE Your Research Strategies|
|Wed Nov. 5||12 p.m||IMPROVE How you Select Sources|
|Thur Nov. 6||5 p.m.||IMPROVE How you Select Sources|
|Wed Nov. 12||12 p.m.||IMPROVE Your Research Strategies|
|Thur Nov. 13||5 p.m.||IMPROVE Your Research Strategies|
|Wed Nov. 19||12 p.m.||IMPROVE Your Academic Writing|
|Thur Nov. 20||5 p.m.||IMPROVE Your Academic Writing|
|Wed Dec. 3||12 p.m.||IMPROVE your MLA/APA Citations|
|Thur Dec. 4||5 p.m.||IMPROVE your MLA/APA Citations|
If you are unable to attend one of the workshops, please feel free to visit the Reference Center or the Writing Center on the first floor of the library for more help.
Preston H. White, coordinator of the Library Computer Learning Center, passed away unexpectedly on October 23. He was 45 years old.
Preston began his career at the University in 1983 as a student employee. In 1986 he began working as a Library Media Technical Assistant 1 in the Law Library. He then joined the University Library in 1992 as the Current Periodicals/Microforms Unit Coordinator.
He served the Library in various capacities over his 14-year career here. Most notably, he was integral in establishing and maintaining two cutting-edge labs in the Library--the Adaptive Technology Lab for students with disabilities and the Library Computer Learning Center for training students in computer software use.
Preston was known for his exemplary customer service and unwavering dedication to student learning.
He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from CSU in June 1992 and his Master of Arts in History from CSU in December 2000.
Preston will be missed by library staff, family, and friends.
India Experience on Display at the Library
The India Experience, including authentic Indian artifacts and literature, is on display on the first floor of the Library through April.
The following India Experience lectures and field visits are free and open to the campus community (sponsored by the CSU Division of Institutional Diversity and India Scholar Program, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences).
April 15 (Tuesday) 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Main Classroom 405
Engaged Learning - India Experience
April 21 (Monday) 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Chester Building 147
Reflections on India Culture by an American Anthropologist
April 21 (Monday) 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Chester Building 147
Science, Spirituality and Healing Across Cultures: Indian Context of an American Professor
April 29 (Tuesday) 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Main Classroom 405
South Asia Experience of a CSU Fulbright Scholar
April 23 (Wednesday) 12:00 noon - 1:30 p.m.
Visit to a Hindu Family Residence and Indian Lunch
RSVP and direction call Professor Nair at 216-687-4570
April 24 (Thursday) 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Visit to Buddhist Community Center
Tzu Chi Foundation, Buddhist Women Group, 1541 East 38th Street, Cleveland, OH 44114
For more information, contact Professor Murali Nair at 216-687-4570 or email@example.com
India Experience: a Month Long (April) Celebration at Cleveland State University
Global Learning is an ongoing activity at Cleveland State University.
April is designated as India Experience Month.
Major highlights include:
April 1 - April 30:
A month long Indian Experience exhibit on the first floor of the main library including books, artifacts, and photographs pertaining to Indian culture and CSU's Study Abroad in India.
Healing Across Cultures: Learning from Traditions Day long Symposium lead by traditional healers including an expert from India and researchers of modern medicine.
Free registration and free lunch - Mather Mansion. To register, please call 216-687-4656.
April 15 - April 23
Indian Music Festival, Waetgen Auditorium, University Auditorium, and other locations on campus. Free program.
Other programs include:
Institute for Scientific Information Citation Databases Unavailable 1-3 pm Sat. Aug. 26th
OhioLINK will be migrating accounts for the Institute for Scientific Information Citation Databases (also known as ISI Web of Science) and, as a result, the three databases involved will be unavailable to users between 1 and 3 pm on Saturday, August 26th.
International Year of Chemistry 2011 Presentations Available Online
If you missed any of of the programs held in the Michael Schwartz Library for the International Year of Chemistry 2011, you're in luck. You can view these presentations, given by experts in the field field of chemistry, online via Mediasite.
Now Showing on Mediasite:
Introducing the Michael Schwartz Library eBook Collections!
Get easy, online access to some of the library's specialized materials by visiting the new Michael Schwartz Library eBook Collections. Using eBrary's interface, readers have many options for searching and navigating the collections and can highlight text, take notes, and add eBooks to a personal bookshelf.
The Michael Schwartz Library eBook Collections currently offer eTexts in the following categories:
The Cleveland State University Scholarship Collection consists of texts authored by the Cleveland State University community. Many of these eBooks carry the Michael Schwartz Library's own imprint, MSL: Academic Endeavors. Cleveland State University faculty, staff, and students who are interested in including their books in this collection should contact the library for more information.
Through eBrary's "QuickView," no special plug-in is required. It is also compatible with any computer operating system, mobile computing platform or web-enabled device (Apple iPad) as long as it uses an up-to-date web browser.
Take a moment to browse through the Michael Schwartz Library eBook Collections.
Introducing: Your Personal Librarian!
New and returning CSU faculty and students might not know that the librarians in the Michael Schwartz Library are all subject specialists and are available to help you with your subject-specific research or instruction — you could even think of your subject specialist as your Personal Librarian.
So, who exactly is your Personal Librarian? To find out which subject specialist is right for you, visit our new Ask Your Personal Librarian web page. There you will find a listing of subject specialists, their areas of expertise, and several ways to contact them.
And to make it even easier, you can automatically schedule an appointment with your Personal Librarian, by clicking on the blue "Make an Appointment With..." button and opening up the online appointment scheduler. Available appointment times will be noted by a green square in the scheduler.
Soon you will receive an email confirming your appointment. If you find that you need to cancel the appointment, use the cancellation link supplied to you in the confirmation. It's that simple.
Be sure to look for the link to "Ask Your Personal Librarian" in the green navigation bar at the right of every page on our website. We hope you take advantage of this service and let your Personal Librarian help you with your research or library instruction needs.
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