Would you like to learn more about the upcoming e-mail migration? You can by attending an Exchange Online Migration – What to Expect presentation. See the presentation schedule below.
- Tuesday, March 31, 9 to 10 a.m. in Student Union 335, or
- Monday, April 6, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in Student Union 312
Information about the migration and training materials on how to update your mobile devices is located at Exchange Migration Project.
OCLC just posted a new list of training being offered in: cataloging and metadata, digital collection management, resource sharing and delivery, maximizing, and reference and discovery. Details available here.
I can hear you asking, “What is maximizing?” Find out by following this link.
In Spring 2015 the University will be migrating the faculty & staff email to Exchange Online, a cloud-based email solution. For information about the migration and what you can expect, see the Exchange Online Migration Project website. This site includes a Project Overview Presentation which clearly explains why the migration is taking place and what you can expect.
UPDATE: UL Dept migration is scheduled for 4/13/15. You can see a migration schedule by department on the project migration page.
Library Faculty & Staff,
We are making slight updates to the look of the libraries website as part of the university’s switch to responsive design. A responsive design makes our website visually appealing and user-friendly across all devices and screen sizes. This involves changing the background color of the top of the page to a flat blue instead of multi-colored blue. Also, we will be updating to a university approved logo. No other parts of the website, including navigation, will be affected by this change.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Paul Thompson.
Compliments to Life and Allied Health Services Librarian Bonnie Chojnacki who has been active professionally with the following:
Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) Product Advisory Board 2015.
Medical Library Association Collection Development Section (MLA CDC) Nominating Committee 2015.
There will be a scheduled maintenance for Wiley Online Library at the following date and time:
DATE: Saturday – March 21, 2015
TIME: — beginning — 5:00 am New York
DURATION: up to 10 hours
It’s very nice to acknowledge our colleague from Wayne College Library on the following publication:
Livengood, S. (2014) . The best-selling Bibles: what librarians need to know. The Christian Librarian, 57 (2) , 90-95.
John Kline, Jr.
Library Cataloging Specialist
John Kline, Jr. has been very active professionally on campus. Thank you for your service!
- Serving on the University Council Student Engagement & Success Committee.
- Serving on the Military Veterans Steering Committee at The University of Akron.
- Member of The University of Akron American Legion Post 808.
- Serving on the ULLR Outstanding Student Employee Award Committee in 2015.
Physical Sciences Librarian
We are pleased to report on Ian McCullough’s varied accomplishments. Congratulations!
ALAO Research and Publications Committee ending July 2016
Publication (invited review):
McCullough, Ian. “Protocol Online – Your Lab’s Reference Book 2014/266.” Reference Reviews 28.7 (2014): 38–39. (http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/RR-05-2014-0140)
Collection Microclimates – Citation Study of Journal Usage Differences at Department and Research Group Level, ACRL2015, March 27th 2015. Poster 8, Session 3, Portland, Oregon
ACRL 2015 Early-Career Librarian scholarship.