The University of Cincinnati Libraries is an integral partner in the university’s efforts to achieve its core mission of teaching, research and community engagement. Through the work of our NEXT Directions Strategic Framework, and with the realization of our mission and vision, we support the platforms of academic excellence, urban impact and the innovation agenda outlined in the university’s #NEXT Lives Here strategic directions.
Library services, collections and programs foster the spark of inspiration for a digital culture that integrates traditional ways of learning with new ways of discovery and exploration.
With over 4.5 million volumes and access to thousands of electronic resources available 24/7 through our online library catalog, UC Libraries' virtual and physical locations offer resources for everyone. UC Libraries includes the Walter C. Langsam Library, the Archives and Rare Books Library, the Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library, and eight college and departmental libraries serving constituents in applied science, architecture, art, biology, chemistry, classics, design, education, engineering, geology, mathematics, music, physics and planning.
In a convergence of academic integration, the University of Cincinnati's renowned colleges — Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, Lindner College of Business, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and College of Medicine — recently joined forces at the 1819 Innovation Hub for an ideation session that exemplifies the institution's commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration.
Information Technology (IT) is a vital piece of today’s world and IT professionals are in high demand. One of the biggest advantages to earning a degree in information technology is the wide-range of opportunities and paths available to you. Nearly every industry requires IT-related talent. Here are five career paths that IT students can pursue.
For nearly two decades, professor emeritus John Hancock helped lead a team of archaeologists, historians and Native American scholars, including staff at the National Park Service and Ohio History Connection, to have the Hopewell earthworks recognized on par with other World Heritage sites such as the Great Wall of China and Stonehenge.
Reprinted from the Preservation Lab blog For the past six months, the Preservation Lab’s Jessica Ebert and Catarina Figueirinhas have been working with the Robert A. Deshon and Karl J. Schlachter Library for Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) on … Continue reading →
Need a place to study for exams? Working late on a class project? The Walter C. Langsam Library has extended building hours now through exams. The Desk@Langsam will maintain regular hours. Extended Building Hours: Monday-Thursday, Nov. 26-Nov. 30: 8am-3amFriday, Dec. … Continue reading →
The University of Cincinnati Libraries will be closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving, with some locations closed the remainder of the holiday weekend and many library locations closing early on Wednesday, November 22 at 5pm. Check … Continue reading →