Welcome To the Library & Technology Center
The Library & Technology Center provides multimedia and scholarly information support and services to the University. In conjunction with the University’s mission of educational excellence, the Library & Technology Center, supports teaching, learning, and research in an intellectually open environment; and provide instruction in the use of traditional and new information resources and technologies.
The Library & Technology Center is temporarily located in the modular on the west side of Andrews Hall.
Our in-house collection includes:
- Approximately 3,000 volumes in the book collection and 600 volumes in in the reference collection
- 75 periodical subscriptions
- Numerous audiovisual items including Educational DVD's, Headphones, Camera's, Microphones, and SD Card Readers
Also, you will find 6 WSU Library network workstations that provide access to other resources such as:
- All collections of the WSU (both Dayton and Lake Campus) libraries system
- Approximately 48 million volumes in 89 Ohio academic libraries (OhioLINK)
- 100 online research databases and resources, many with full text
- Millions of electronic journal articles from 17,000 journals
What else does the Lake Campus Library have to offer?
- One-on-one help: The Librarian can help you define your research topics and in the best electronic and paper resources.
- OhioLINK: This resource network makes virtually all the collections of all the Ohio university and colleges available to you. Most items arrive in 7 days.
- Interlibrary loan: You can request materials from more than 4,000 other libraries in the U.S. and abroad. Most items arrive within 14 days.
- Course reserves: Online versions of course readings, related materials and other assignments that your professors may require you to study are available through University Libraries Website. Circulating reserves are located at the Circulation Desk.
- Educational Films and Documentaries
- Films On Demand
- Education In Video-Provides resources for both new and experienced teachers tools to increase their knowledge and skills and for education faculty to link abstract theories of education to real-world students and classrooms.
Regular Hours (Effective Fall Semester 2015)
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Librarian's Office: x8360 or (419) 586-0360 or (937) 775-8360
Circulation Desk: (419) 586-0333
For more information, please contact Jamon Flowers, Lake Campus Library Manager.