It has been years in the making and is now a reality – the new Lake Campus Library and Technology Center.
Students, faculty and staff can use this new 2,000 square foot open concept area for all of their research needs, including OhioLINK services, Interlibrary Loan, one-on-one research assistance with library staff, and access to any of the print and media resources.
The library also offers six computer workstations (both MAC and PC), printing and scanning, and a laptops2go program for students. Students can also borrow ipads, headphones, and microphones.
The new space boasts a Practice Presentation room equipped with a Simplink monitor for group work or meetings. This can be booked by students for two hours.
The library is staffed Monday through Friday from 8:30-5pm, but the computing areas and study spaces are 24/7.
Jamon Flowers, Director of the Library and Technology Center, also offers multimedia assistance to patrons including video and audio editing; Pilot (learning management system) support, and workshops for our Choose Ohio First Scholars.
Staff from the Dunbar Library assisted Jamon with the move. Forty-six boxes of books and media resources were unpacked, and over 1500 items were inventoried and shelved in a matter of hours. Dunbar librarians also purchased 140 new titles for the library opening.
The Library and Technology Center is in the newly expanded Andrews Hall. The 2.8 million dollar, 7,000 sq. ft. expansion was funded with State of Ohio Capital monies and donations from businesses in the Celina area.