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Kent
The Centennial Collection is a digital archive of historical photographs (and other materials in the future) that document the history of Kent State University. Items in this collection come from the Department of Special Collections and Archives.
Provides maps and directions locating the June F. Mohler Fashion Library
Homepage of the June F. Mohler Fashion Library
Information on how to access Kent State University theses, dissertations, and Honors College theses. Also covered is information on School of Library and Information Science graduate research papers. This information applies only to theses, dissertations, etc. produced by Kent State University students.
Information on how to search KentLINK for Kent State University theses, dissertations, and Honors College theses.
Kent campus
Archive of Kent Campus aerial photos and development plans from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1944 - 1963.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1963 - 1971.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1971 - 1991.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1991 - 2006.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 2006 - Present.
Archive of campus maps, aerial photographs, and development plans from 1910 to the present for Kent State University's eight campuses.
Homepage of the June F. Mohler Fashion Library
List of links to LMS Administration.
List of links to LMS Administration.
Kent State Shootings, Kent, Ohio, 1970
Alan Canfora, one of the students shot and injured on May 4, 1970, has put together a website with a wide range of information sources, opinion, and commentary about the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
The personal Web site of the author of Four Dead in Ohio.
A site developed by J. Gregory Payne, Associate Professor of Organizational & Political Communication at Emerson College. Payne is the author of Mayday: Kent State, the play Kent State: A Requiem, and was historical consultant for the NBC-TV docu-drama Kent State. This site includes a wealth of historical information about the Kent State shootings as well as the full text of Payne's book Mayday.
As noted in their mission statement, The Kent May 4 Center is a non-profit "established in 1989 as an attempt to address national off-campus educational goals in support of the students of the May 4 Task Force." Alan Canfora serves voluntarily as director of the center. Especially notable sections of the site which students will benefit from are the quotations page, which includes a selection of quotes regarding the historical significance of May 4, 1970, the Vietnam section, which includes statistics and background from Vietnam Veterans Against the War, the FAQ, in which Canfora answers student questions, and the section on Nixon, which includes the text of his April 30, 1970 speech.
Kent State Shootings Oral Histories is a collection of recordings related to the May 4, 1970 shootings of Vietnam War protestors at Kent State University. The oral histories include many eyewitness accounts of the event and its aftermath, contributed by people who were students, faculty members, and City of Kent residents at the time, as well as an account by an Ohio National Guardsman.
Website launched by former student journalists who covered the day's events, with links to newspaper articles, FBI documents, photos, cartoons, videos, eye-witness accounts and more.
An overview of the contents of the May 4 Collection, with links to detailed finding aids for individual sub-collections.
This page serves as a gateway to a wide range of resources related to the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970 and their aftermath that are housed in the Kent State University Libraries' Dept. of Special Collections and Archives.
Selected books, periodical articles, and websites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
A list of questions frequently asked and answered in relation to the Kent State shootings.
Make a request for an Information Packet on the Kent State shootings.
A digital archive of selected archival materials from the May 4 collection, Kent State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives.
Links and other information directed toward students preparing National History Day projects related to the Kent State shootings.
Links to online exhibitions and chronologies which have been prepared by the Department of Special Collections and Archives on the KSU shootings and their aftermath.
A description of the Kent State shootings Oral History Project.
Chronology of events associated with the creation of the May 4 Memorial on the Kent State University campus.
This page outlines the policy and guidelines for use of the May 4th Resource Room.
The May 4th Task Force was founded by Kent State students and victims of the May 4 shootings. Alan Canfora, Robbie Stamps, and Dean Kahler were three of the charter members. The Task Force felt that the truth about what happened in May of 1970 had yet to be told and that the lessons to be learned from the tragedy should be part of a continuous and living history. Since 1975 it has been the purpose of the M4TF to raise the level of awareness of students, faculty and the general public about the May 1970 shootings and the history of subsequent related events.
A general site that includes photographs, chronologies, and information on events related to the Kent State shootings.
Kent State University
The 18th National Survey of Computing and Information Technology in American Higher Education. December, 2007.
The 19th National Survey of Computing and Information Technology in American Higher Education. December, 2008.
The 20th National Survey of Computing and Information Technology in American Higher Education. December, 2009.
Use this Kent State University resource to find and apply for student jobs on campus.
The Centennial Collection is a digital archive of historical photographs (and other materials in the future) that document the history of Kent State University. Items in this collection come from the Department of Special Collections and Archives.
Archive of Kent Campus aerial photos and development plans from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1910 - 1943.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1944 - 1963.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1963 - 1971.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1963 - 1971.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1971 - 1991.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 1991 - 2006.
Archive of Kent campus maps from 2006 - Present.
Archive of Kent State regional campus maps, aerial photgraphs, and development plans from 2004.
Kent State Shootings Oral Histories is a collection of recordings related to the May 4, 1970 shootings of Vietnam War protestors at Kent State University. The oral histories include many eyewitness accounts of the event and its aftermath, contributed by people who were students, faculty members, and City of Kent residents at the time, as well as an account by an Ohio National Guardsman.
Archive of campus maps, aerial photographs, and development plans from 1910 to the present for Kent State University's eight campuses.
The Department of Special Collections and Archives acquires, preserves and provides access to primary sources and rare materials that support the teaching and research programs of Kent State University.
KentLINK library catalog formatted for use on mobile devices.
This page serves as a gateway to a wide range of resources related to the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970 and their aftermath that are housed in the Kent State University Libraries' Dept. of Special Collections and Archives.
Selected books, periodical articles, and websites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
Selected books, periodical articles, and Web sites related to the Kent State shootings and their aftermath.
A list of questions frequently asked and answered in relation to the Kent State shootings.
Make a request for an Information Packet on the Kent State shootings.
A digital archive of selected archival materials from the May 4 collection, Kent State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives.
Links and other information directed toward students preparing National History Day projects related to the Kent State shootings.
Links to online exhibitions and chronologies which have been prepared by the Department of Special Collections and Archives on the KSU shootings and their aftermath.
A description of the Kent State shootings Oral History Project.
A digital archive of selected issues of the Kent Stater / Daily Kent Stater, the student-run newspaper of Kent State University. To date one decade, the 1960s, has been digitized.
KentLINK
Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Instructions on how to read and decipher Library of Congress (LC) call numbers in order to locate a book in the Kent Campus Main Library.
Information about library notices, and email notification sign-up for non- 'kent.edu' email accounts.
KentLINK location codes and where the materials/items may be found
Explanation of on-site storage linked to from various KentLINK location codes.
Information on borrowing materials with a KentLINK location of "Performing Arts Library Cataloging," linked to from that location (mucat).
Periodicals on the 5th and 6th floor
Proxy borrowing information, by which library patrons may designate other individuals to request, pick up, and borrow material in the patron's name.
KentLINK login instructions for community borrowers and Stark State borrowers.