New exhibit: Oakland University in 1967- Kresge Library lobby
In 1967, OU was only 8 years old and growing fast. Student activism was developing, fueled by the civil rights movement and anti-Vietnam war protests. In that context, in Fall 1967 44 OU students went to Hong Kong on a study abroad tour. This exhibit documents their experience in those agitated times (lobby of Kresge Library, June 20-August 20, 2014).
In memory of Naim Sahyoun, 1942-2014
On March 3, 2014, we in the OU Libraries were saddened to learn of the sudden passing of our well loved and respected colleague, Naim Sahyoun. Throughout the years, Naim demonstrated a remarkable level of integrity and compassion, and a genuine affection for OU's students, faculty, and staff --- affection which given back to him greatly in return. Naim, you were our true friend, colleague, and mentor, and we will miss you very much!
New OU library history timeline
Explore the history of the University library since its founding in 1959! The library history timeline illustrates the evolution of library technology, the development of the Kresge Library building and its collections, the creation of new services, and more!
BrowZine is a FREE app available to all OU students and faculty through OU Libraries!
Browse, read and monitor our journal collection directly from your iPad, Android tablet or Kindle device. Simply download the app and select Oakland University. Customize your bookshelf and easily save or share articles. Please send questions and feedback to: email@example.com
Looking for a Textbook? We have a website for that!
Check out this handy website if you need to buy, rent, or borrow a textbook.
Major Construction Affects Library Parking
The construction of the new Engineering Center building commences in 2013, and it will affect those of you who approach the library from the south. For more info, follow the link.
NEW: VAST Academic Video Online
Kresge Library has a new subscription to this huge collection of streaming video on a variety of topics from ethnic studies and history to opera and dance. Faculty, please take a look at it if you are interested in using streaming video in your courses.
Focus on the Finish Line
The OU Career Services has an updated career cycle tool to help you track your academic career and prepare for a professional career after graduation. The tool includes tips, tools, and videos for each year of your academic career.
OU Archives Seeking Documents
The Oakland University Archives is looking for documents relating to the University's history, including items such as official records, papers, reports, minutes, publications, photographs, flyers, maps, etc. Please contact Dominique Daniel (x2478) or Shirley Paquette (x2419) if you have items to donate. Original documents can be returned.
Bestsellers and Graphic Novels Now Available!
Kresge Library is now home to two new collections - a popular reading collection, funded by the OU Student Congress, and a graphic novel and comic book collection - to provide recreational reading material for OU students. Look in the lobby the next time you come to the Library!
MyCopy Springer ebooks available for $24.95
You can purchase your own copy of a library-owned ebook published from 2005 by Springer, a major publisher of books and journals in the sciences, engineering, social sciences and medicine. The library has many ebooks from Springer-Verlag, which are available through the library catalog or from the SpringerLink platform.
Chronicle of Higher Education online
OU has a site-wide license to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Click to give it a test drive!
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