October 28, 2020
(OhioLINK) Ohio Department of Higher Education Chancellor Randy Gardner has named Amy Pawlowski executive director of OhioLINK, Ohio's academic library consortium, effective immediately. Pawlowski joined OhioLINK in 2013 as deputy director for operations and e-licensing. She has served in an interim capacity since February.
February 26, 2020
(OhioLINK) OhioLINK announces the departure of Executive Director Gwen Evans. Deputy Director Amy Pawlowski has been named Interim Executive Director, effective February 28, 2020.
January 23, 2020
(OhioLINK) OhioLINK, Ohio’s academic library consortium, collaborated with Ithaka S+R to put the library and its users at the center of an “envisioning” process to explore what tech-enabled and integrated services might be relevant to academic libraries. The effort was driven by library deans and directors concerns that strategic directions and technologies available to libraries--both at the consortial level, and on their campuses--were too narrowly scoped to meet emerging needs in a higher education context. The resulting white paper, It’s Not What Libraries Hold; It’s Who Libraries Serve--Seeking a User-Centered Future for Academic Libraries, is intended to generate constructive discussion among libraries and providers and accelerate innovation.
March 5, 2018
(OhioLINK) OhioLINK announced that more than 50,000 new materials from the Ohio Digital Network are now discoverable in Digital Public Library of America. Led by the State Library of Ohio and in partnership with OhioLINK, the Ohio Public Library Information Network, and the Ohio History Connection, the Ohio Digital Network builds on strong digital collection efforts across the state, including extensive digital collections at OhioLINK member institutions, Ohio Memory, and the Ohio Digitization Hubs project.
January 4, 2017
(OhioLINK) Ohio University, in partnership with OhioLINK, has received a $46,207 Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant for a pilot project geared toward the next generation of mass print storage. This pilot project will use data analysis to identify, select and preserve unique print materials from Ohio’s Southeast Regional Depository (SEORD) to relocate approximately 40,000 unique and uncommonly held print monographs.
(OhioLINK) Ohio University, in partnership with OhioLINK, has received a $46,207 Library Services and Technology Act grant for a pilot project geared toward the next generation of mass print storage. This pilot project will use data analysis to identify, select and preserve unique print materials from Ohio’s Southeast Regional Depository to relocate approximately 40,000 unique and uncommonly held print monographs.
November 15, 2016
(OhioLINK) To contribute to statewide efforts on college affordability, OhioLINK will be joining the University of Minnesota’s Open Textbook Network, a consortium of colleges and universities working to advance open textbook initiatives.
August 4, 2016
(OhioLINK) OhioLINK has officially launched its significantly upgraded Electronic Journal Center, giving OhioLINK students, faculty and researchers enhanced access to avast, rich array of high-quality research journals.
October 25, 2012
(OhioLINK) Chancellor Jim Petro appointed Gwen Evans to serve as executive director of OhioLINK and placed the library consortium under the umbrella of the Ohio Technology Consortium.