Welcome to the Lakeland Library Newsletter! Each month, we will showcase classes, events, and other fun and interesting facts about the Library and our staff. We will also keep you informed of new resources and services that are designed to assist you in your course work, and personal and professional lives.
Looking to connect with the Library this Fall? Check out the following events:
Online Book Discussion
Interested in participating in an Online Book Discussion? Read the selected book or bring your own book to share and discuss. The next Online Book Discussion is scheduled for Tuesday, August 18 at noon:
"The Great Alone" by Kristin Hannah
Email email@example.com for additional information.
Student Library Innovators (SLI)
SLI, the library's student group, will be holding several online events this semester, including online game night and online book discussions. Look for more details in upcoming Campus Connection e-newsletters!
Need leadership experience? SLI is also looking to fill 3 officer positions: Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. Please contact SLI's president Deanna Lowe (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Digital, full-text resources are available!
Interlibrary Loan is open and ready to help you with any needs you have to find articles for classes or research, or books that you do not find available through OhioLINK. This service is usually free of charge, and you can receive your request within a week. Contact Interlibrary Loan Specialist Ellen Strand at email@example.com for more information.
Lakeland Library has textbooks from a variety of classes on campus. This semester, you will be able to request scanned copies of chapters from the textbooks in our reserve collection. Search for your textbook in the reserves list, and contact Circulation at 440-525-7424 for more details.
Instructors: Do you have a copy of a textbook you would like to put in our reserve collection for your students? Contact Ragan Snead at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I always anticipate the arrival of fall and the start of a new academic year. Though the challenges we face during the current pandemic are mighty, the start of this academic year holds out the promise of new beginnings: classes will be taught, lectures given, ideas explored, tests taken, friends made, and assignments turned in. However, this year will start out differently than other years since much of that activity will take place remotely. The faculty and staff of Lakeland Library remain committed to delivering high quality resources and services to you whether you are working from home or in a classroom somewhere on campus. Lakeland librarians will continue to answer reference questions, provide research appointments, and teach classes remotely this fall. The library will resume some onsite services too: circulating print materials, including Lakeland and OhioLINK books, through no-contact curbside and lobby pickup; delivering no-contact print/copy/scan-to-email services; and providing no-contact access to Textbook Reserves. You’ll find more information on these services in this newsletter. The faculty and staff of Lakeland Library look forward to facing these challenges with you and turning them into opportunities to learn and grow together.
Thomas Hyland, Library Program Chair
Print Lending Resumes this Fall
Print lending will resume Monday, August 10th. OhioLINK and Lakeland materials will be available upon request. Select technology will also be available for check out.
When materials are ready for pickup, they will be delivered to you by our no-contact curbside or library lobby pickup service.
No-contact Curbside Delivery and Lobby Pickup Service
No-contact curbside and lobby pickup will be available Monday-Thursday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. When holds are ready a library circulation staff member will call to arrange and provide details for your preferred method of pickup.
No-contact Outdoor Express Pickup Service at the Holden University
Unable to make it during our curbside and lobby pick up hours? No problem! Items can be picked up from the Express Pickup Boxes at the Holden University Center. When placing a hold through the library catalog, please choose the "Express Drop" option.
Lakeland Library will offer print, copy and scan-to-email services this fall. Prints will be delivered to you by our no-contact curbside or library lobby pickup. Textbook reserves chapters will be available for scan-to-email.
Phone 440-525-7424 or email email@example.com for more information about our new services.
Fall 2020 Library Remote Hours
Monday - Thursday: 8AM - 10PM
Friday: 8AM - 12PM
Saturday: 9AM - 1PM
Closed: September 7, November 26-29
Phone 440-525-7425 for more information.
Library remote services
Need help with your research assignment? Lakeland Reference Librarians will be available 6 days a week to help you locate resources, answer questions about print and digital materials, and guide you through the research process during the Fall 2020 semester. Sign up for an online one-on-one research appointment, or chat with a librarian today!
Instructors: Need your entire class to learn essential research skills? Sign up for a remote information literacy session. Reference Librarians are also available to embed information in your Blackboard course sites.
OhioLINK Electronic Book Center
OhioLINK is launching a new platform for e-books in August 2020. Collections for this soft release will include the American and English Literature Collection, Wiley e-books, and Oxford Scholarship e-books. Springer e-books will also be coming soon!
Check out the NEW OhioLINK Electronic Book Center, and email Reference at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!
Need help with starting your college classes? Unsure how to help with your children's education? Check out these e-books on education and success:
General Information Fall Hours Web
Contributors to the Welcome to Fall 2020 newsletter include: Linda Glasser, Tom Hyland, Ragan Snead, Ellen Strand, Cori Tatulinski.
Editor: Megan Mamolen