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UC Libraries

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.

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SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

UC Libraries preserves and provides access to special collections and the scholarly and historical record of the university, including archival as well as born-digital content and datasets.

LIBRARY SPACES

As the intellectual hub for students and faculty, libraries provide a variety of spaces that inspire and promote learning and discovery.

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

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.  


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UC discovers way to bind nanotubes to metals

February 29, 2024

Researchers have demonstrated a new chemical process that grafts nanotubes to metal surfaces to create a strong, consistent, conductive link. The process opens up new possibilities for using this strong, lightweight material.

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Examining the potential benefits and dangers of AI

February 28, 2024

Generative artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing and soon will be ubiquitous in everyday life, making us more productive and helping to solve complex problems while simultaneously creating new legal and ethical issues, a University of Cincinnati professor said. Jeffrey Shaffer, the Joseph S. Stern Professor of Practice and assistant professor-educator in UC’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business, sees AI as a tool that will transform lives, perhaps even more so than the internet did. He’s given presentations on AI and will teach a class about it in the fall, embracing the evolving technology in his life and in the classroom.

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News from the Library Blog

Learning Commons at the Library: Survey question 5

Thank you for your valuable input in our most recent survey question regarding the shared space between the Frederick A. Marcotte Library and the Clermont College Learning Commons! Your answers and opinions are helping us turn the library’s second floor … Continue reading

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