Join us on Wednesday, July 20th, at NOON in LIB 127 for our third BLISS of the Summer! Michael Hooper & Laura Ball, Westerville Parks & Recreation, and Chief Joe Morbitzer, Westerville Police Department, will present "Roadways or Trails: Being a Bicycle Friendly Community" and share hints, tips, and information about creating a safe & fun bike-friendly Central Ohio! RSVP today by emailing EZeitz@otterbein.edu, and don't forget your lunch! This event is open to the Otterbein & Westerville Communities!
Text a Librarian!
Maximize your time and our resources! Text a Librarian - 614.259.7404 - and get help wherever you are!
If you're an incoming student, or an upperclassman working this summer, stop by our table at the Orientation Resource Fairs and tell us how the Library can save you time & money! With our Course Reserves, OtterBike Program, and equipment check outs, we think we're on the right path!
Keep checking back for more events!
Check out the Center for Teaching & Learning's Calendar of Events below to learn more about the exciting and informative events designed specially for our faculty!
Know a faculty member who you think should be nominated for the Library's Featured Faculty program? Email SLadson@otterbein.edu today with your suggestion and tell us why you want to see them on display!
Want to be part of the Digital Commons? Join the global conversation and leave your mark - Email Sarah Hickey (SHickey@otterbein.edu) today!
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Correction: Please note that the Pages to Film event is going to take place on Thursday, Nov. 12, from 9a - 6p, with the faculty-led event with Patti Frick at 6:30p in the Lower Level Learning Lab (formerly LIB 013). Our newsletter incorrectly stated that the 12th was a Wednesday, and we thank our eagle-eyed readers for catching that error.
Read & Write Gold Software now available to the Otterbein University Community!
Join us for a celebration of Read & Write Gold!
On Friday, October 30th, beginning at 11:30a, grab a piece of cake and help us spread the word about this useful and advantageous software!
From the publisher's description, "Read&Write Gold is a discreet, customizable toolbar that integrates reading, writing, studying, and research support tools with common applications. It is accessible for those with reading and writing difficulties, learning disabilities such as Dyslexia, or English Language Learners." This customizable and flexible software tool is now available to our University members.
The program is currently available in the following locations:
With more access points to come in Spring term!
In conjunction with the Center for Career & Professional Development,
the Courtright Memorial Library is pleased to bring
CareerSpots! to Otterbein!
This unique database featuring videos related to professional development and career hunting can be accessed via the career site at http://www.otterbein.edu/public/CampusLife/ServicesAndResources/Career.aspx.