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Now in the
Book-A-Year Club Gallery

Library Databases—the library has its lists of research databases, and you can now access them from home using your MyNDC username and password. Just follow the links under "Find journal articles in LIBRARY DATABASES" to the right, and use either the On-Campus or the At-Home button by the database of your choice.

You do not need to activate a library account to use the databases from off-campus (but you do to request and borrow books). OhioLINK will also direct you back to our pages when you use its site to find databases.

Read more in the Fall 2014 BookBytes, below.

Barcode numbers are going away!—As the newly-designed campus ID cards have no barcode, we are switching to NDC ID Numbers for requesting and borrowing books through OhioLINK. Find your NDC ID Number by logging in to MyNDC and following the Personal Info link. Your ID number will be listed under the Biographical Info tab. Although it is shown there with several leading zeroes, use only the portion of the number starting with the first non-zero digit; for example, if MyNDC shows "00000567890", use "567890" for requesting on the OhioLINK Catalog or accessing your library borrower account.

If you activated a library account with an old barcode number, you may use either that number OR your NDC ID Number.

The Fall 2014 BookBytes newsletter is out!Take a look inside to catch up with the latest changes and events in the library. (Click here for older issues.)

The South Euclid history book is still on sale in the library, please stop in for a copy or click here for a printable order form.

OhioLINK     

OhioLINK: Ohio Library and
Information Network

Find books, videos and more in the OhioLINK Catalog

Find other OhioLINK Member Libraries

My Library Account
— monitor OhioLINK requests and renew checked-out items

Are you a new NDC student?
— Activate your library account here
 to borrow books and other items.
*Current students experiencing account issues should contact the library directly.

 

The Cleveland Plain Dealer electronic edition (available on-campus only)

In the Book-A-Year Gallery

February 24 - March 31, 2015:

Ira Firstencel
...sailing down the stream of life

a retrospective

This exhibit of the late artist's paintings is curated by his daughter, April Firstencel, a Cleveland-area resident.

Besides working in various design capacities for General Electric in New York State for over 25 years, Firstencel was also stage designer for Syracuse Musical Drama Company and Cazenovia Players.

Opening reception cancelled due to inclement weather;
a closing reception will be held in the library.
Details to follow.

All library exhibits are free and open to the public.