OU Libraries Timeline: 2010s

 

2010: Cafe opens

The Frankie Cafe (named after former University Librarian Suzanne Frankie) opens in the library's 'fishbowl' area. Cafe naming

2010: First four-credit library course

The library offered its first four-credit online class, LIB 250 - Introduction to library research and technology in the information age.

2011: 24-hour Access

Kresge Library began offering 24-hour access five days a week. Eventually, due to the popularity of this service, it was expanded to 24/7 access.

Photos courtesy of the Oakland University Archives.