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Online D3/Spring 2015 book requests—Requesting begins Monday, December 22nd (library accounts will remain inactive until that date.) If you would like us to search the OhioLINK library catalogs and request books for you, please email your list of booksincluding your full name and the author, title, year, and edition of each bookto kzoller@ndc.edu (Simply copy your book list from the eCampus site and paste it into the email.) You may also submit requests in person at the library front desk.

All book request lists will be processed in the order in which they are receivedWe will notify you of any items that are not available from the libraries.

The Fall 2014 BookBytesnewsletter 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.

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*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
November 13 - December 19
:

Human Trafficking:

Photographic and Poetic Reflections
by
Don Iannone and Carla Lovejoy

My Last Happy Day

Cleveland area photographers Iannone and Lovejoy join forces to tell a visual story about human trafficking, which they describe as “imagining the unimaginable.” The exhibit includes images from a joint photo shoot by Iannone and Lovejoy as well as a separate assemblage by Iannone, which is accompanied by his poetry.

An opening reception will be held in the library on
Thursday, November 13th from 5 to 7 p.m.

A gallery talk by the artists and Renee Jones, president and CEO of the Renee Jones Empowerment Center will start at 5:30 p.m.

Admission to the gallery is free and open to the public during library hours.

Read the press release