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The Clara Fritzsche Library

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Hours and Contacts

Tips for logging into OhioLINK databases from off-campus—online students (and any users who are off-campus), be sure to remember:

  • Click on the words "(off-campus URL)" next to the name of the database on the OhioLINK database list
  • You may need permission to access the databases at work, especially if you work in a school or a hospital. 

Fall 2014 book requests—If you would like us to search the OhioLINK library catalogs and request books for you, please email your list of books–including your full name and the author, title, year, and edition of each book–to kzoller@ndc.edu (You can simply copy your book list from the eCampus site and paste it into the email.) You may also submit requests in person at the library front desk. All book request lists are processed in the order in which they are received. We will notify you of any items that are not available from the libraries.

Read the latest edition of our newsletter, Book Bytes Spring 2014.
(Click here for older issues of Book Bytes—The Newsletter of the Clara Fritzsche Library.)

The South Euclid history book is still on sale in the library, please stop in for a copy or click here for a printable order form.

OhioLINK     

OhioLINK: Ohio Library and
Information Network

Find books, videos and more in the OhioLINK Catalog

Find articles in Academic Search Complete, or explore all of the OhioLINK Databases

My Library Account
— monitor OhioLINK requests and renew checked-out items

Are you a new NDC student?
— Activate your library account here

*Current students experiencing account issues should contact the library directly.

 

Other Online Resources (available on-campus only, except where noted)

In the Book-A-Year Gallery
September 17 - October 31
:

Urban Abstracts & Daily Contrasts

Senior Games Flames [Cleveland, OH]

photography by

Stuart Pearl

A lifelong Clevelander, Pearl uses his art as a way of promoting and documenting Cleveland’s growth and transformation. A graduate of Miami University, where he studied photography and took photos for the student newspaper, Pearl also did post graduate study in photojournalism at Kent State University.
An opening reception will be held in the library on Wednesday, September 17th from 6 to 8 p.m. 

Click here for more information.

Admission to the gallery is free and open to the public during library hours.