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University Libraries has a fresh new look for its website, designed to reflect Kent State University's bold new branding initiative. We hope that this refresh will make the Kent State University Libraries experience more convenient, enjoyable, and rewarding for the entire Kent State community.
More than 72,000 items in Kent State University Libraries’ May 4, 1970 collection will be digitally captured with the funding assistance of a $119,443 matching grant, provided by the National Historical Publications & Records Commission (NHPRC). The digitization of these documents will allow users to explore these events and the context surrounding them through free, online access.
An initiative to improve the health of the Kent State University students, faculty and staff through physical activity - promoting stair use across campus!
So, why take the stairs?
Going to the 4th floor? Help save electricity by taking the stairs today!
The Kent State University Libraries will host Michael Blanding, author of the bestseller The Map Thief on Thursday, April 28, at 6:00 p.m. in Library Room 1018. This Borowitz True Crime Lecture event will include a presentation by Blanding and a book signing. Copies of The Map Thief will be available for purchase.
Over 100 reel-to-reel audio recordings pertaining to the May 1970 Kent State shootings and their aftermath are now accessible through the Kent State University Special Collections and Archives’ digital repository. Some of the recently digitized items include previously inaccessible audio recordings of radio call-in forums, a speech by University President Robert I. White the day after the shootings, a press conference with six students who met with President Richard M.
The Kent State University Libraries have been awarded an Ohio Archives Grant of $2,000 for the proposal “Providing Access to the Kent State Shootings Audio Archive.” The Ohio Archives Grants are funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, an arm of the National Archives and Records Administration through their State and National Archival Partnership Grants program. The funded projects include organizing and preserving historical records and cataloging and digitizing records for improved access.
The former curator of Special Collections and Archives at Kent State University is donating hundreds of treasures from a personal library, which he amassed over the past half century.
Alex Gildzen, who moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, following his retirement more than 20 years ago, has spent the past three months packing books and personal papers from his shelves, and shipping them to the Kent State University Libraries department of Special Collections and Archives.
University Libraries has a fresh new look for its website, designed to reflect Kent State University's bold new branding initiative. We hope that this refresh will make the Kent State University Libraries experience more convenient, enjoyable, and rewarding for the entire Kent State community. Here's a summary of what’s new:
Kent State University Libraries’ Annual Report is a comprehensive overview of our department that includes our vision and mission statements and the programs, resources, events and personnel contributions with which they align. The inaugural issue covered the academic year 2018-19.
Essential Library, The Newsletter of Kent State University Libraries, is distributed once each fall and spring semester to all full-time employees at all of Kent State’s campuses. Through the newsletter, faculty and staff are informed of University Libraries’ services, personnel, events and facility updates and are encouraged to take advantage of all that the Libraries offer to support student success and their professional development. The inaugural issue was published in spring semester 2018.
Page Turners is University Libraries’ biannual magazine that informs and updates the on- and off-campus community of our knowledgeable faculty, competent staff, helpful resources, impressive facilities and interesting events. The inaugural issue was published in spring semester 2012.