Homepage

OHIONET Office Closed For New Year's Day Holiday

In observance of the New Year's Day holiday, the OHIONET office is closed on Friday, December 31st. Regular office hours will resume on Monday, January 3rd.

From your friends and colleagues at OHIONET, we hope you have a safe and prosperous new year!

OHIONET Office Closed For Christmas Holiday

In observance of the Christmas holiday, the OHIONET office is closed on Thursday, December 23rd, and Friday, December 24th. Regular office hours will resume on Monday, December 27th.

From your friends and colleagues at OHIONET, we hope you have a safe and happy holiday!

OHIONET Office Closed Thursday, December 16th

The OHIONET office will be closed on Thursday, December 16th as the staff take part in their annual volunteer effort, \Christmas Cheer.\ This event is sponsored by the Salvation Army, and provides food, toys, and other necessities for this time of year to those that are less-fortunate.

The office will re-open for normal business hours on Friday, December 17th.

Oxford University Press Launches a Dramatically New OED Online

Oxford University Press is proud to unveil a dramatically new Oxford English Dictionary Online, relaunched with improved functionality, design and a significant amount of new content, including the acclaimed Historical Thesaurus of the OED, all at no additional cost.

Some of the enhancements include:

  • Instantly search and browse by subject, region, usage, or by language of origin

Heritage Free Newspaper Microfilm Digitization Partnerships

Heritage Microfilm is currently partnering with select public, state, and academic libraries to digitize their newspaper microfilm for free. Heritage will digitize any off-copyright newspapers (typically those dated prior to 1978) that they do not currently hold. Partner libraries are given free, searchable access to the content through http://access.newspaperarchive.com in perpetuity. Partners also receive the searchable digital images on a hard drive to use however you wish. This really is a win/win.

Syndicate content