Now that the semester is winding down, university library IT will resume the spring cleaning of the library catalog.
A miniature prayer book for the U.S. Catholic Collection measuring only 5 cm showed up in the Cataloging department this week. Is it our smallest book? We had to find out.
The assimilation of international students has become an important part of the university’s mission. Reference assistant Carol Williamson describes her learning experiences related to China and the Chinese student population.
Thanks to all those who made our 2nd Read On! campus- wide book drive a tremendous success. The combined efforts of our excellent campus partners raised a total of 2,623 book donations. The books will be given to Louise Troy Elementary School in Dayton.
Roesch Library has some outstanding student employees working the Knowledge Hub and Help Desk. We would like to thank our four graduating student employees and wish them luck in this new phase of their lives.
“Mercy” is Pope Francis’s watchword. Whereas Benedict XVI spoke often of faith and reason, Francis speaks most often of mercy. Library staff member Joan Milligan explored why.
You’ve worked hard. Take a break with these stress-relief activities. All events and services are free for UD students. Roesch Library is open 24 hours beginning Sunday, April 19.
All staff, faculty and students can check out books to read for business or pleasure at Roesch Library. If we don't own it, be sure to check OhioLINK and SearchOhio!
As we kick off National Library Week April 12-18, we thought we’d take the opportunity to share some of the great things you may not yet have discovered in Roesch Library
National Library Week is April 12-18, 2015. We are celebrating with a "library stars" note-writing campaign, a drawing for a finals week survival package and a behind the scenes library tour.