OhioLINK is seeking an energetic, creative individual to participate in the creation and maintenance of our internationally recognized set of digital library and electronic information services. OhioLINK serves the higher education population in the State of Ohio with service to over 83 colleges and universities and the State Library of Ohio.
The position requires a four-year degree in Computer Science, or a graduate degree in Information or Library Science, or equivalent technical experience. The candidate should have strong programming skills including experience with Perl and Java, and should be comfortable working in a Unix/Linux environment with open source development tools. Experience with the following is highly desired: Apache Tomcat, JSP, XML, XSLT, SQL, and Eclipse IDE. Experience with the following is desirable: Cocoon, DSpace, Fedora Digital Repository, and aspect-oriented programming.
Salary: $49,000 minimum
If you are interested in this position, please send a resume, a summary statement of experience, and an indication of your salary expectations to email@example.com.
You requested an OhioLINK book, video, or other library item, now what? How long will it take the book to arrive? How will you know when it's ready to be picked up?
If the items were available at a library when you requested them, they should be ready for pick up in 2-3 business days at the library you designated. You can check on the status of your requested items by viewing your personal library record/account in your library's catalog. Once you're logged in, go to the Requests (Holds) portion of your Library Record to follow the progress of your request:
Some OhioLINK libraries also send e-mail notices about OhioLINK requests. Contact your library for details or with questions.
Find answers to more frequently asked questions about OhioLINK online borrowing, including a video tutorial, here.
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Now you can quickly bookmark articles found in the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center to your del.icio.us, Google Bookmarks, Connotea, Digg, reddit, Spurl, or Windows Live Favorites account with just one click. Just look for the icon for your favorite bookmarking tool on the abstract page of any article in the EJC.
You can also save articles to your own My Articles page in the EJC. You will need to create an EJC account and log in to save articles.
The EJC also offers: