Are you a faculty member or librarian interested in incorporating eTextbooks into your classroom?
The Ohio Digital Pioneers workshop, to be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 30 on the Ohio State University campus, will outline the best practices for using this new media.
Priority will be given to those psychology instructors participating in the Ohio Digital Bookshelf pilot program this year, but all interested parties are encouraged to attend at no cost. Seating is limited to 90 people.
Ah summer, time to hit the beach, travel to parts unknown, and grab every possible minute of sunshine. But if your summer plans also include doing research, please remember that you can have your OhioLINK books and other library materials delivered to any participating library, including two public libraries, Cuyahoga County Public Library and Westerville Public Library.
You'll need to take your library card and a picture ID (for some people these are one and the same) with you when you pick up your requested materials. OhioLINK materials can also be returned to any participating library.
And whether you're leaving the state this summer or not, you still have millions of articles, 55,000+ e-books, 3,000 digital videos, online practice tests and much more available to you anytime, anywhere from OhioLINK and your library. All you need is your name and ID information to access OhioLINK online.
About the image: Little Girl at the Beach, a photograph by Ernst Niebergall, is part of the Lake Erie's Yesterdays collection.