OhioLINK - Your access statewide in Ohio!
In Ohio, OhioLINK, the Ohio Library and Information Network, is a consortium of over eighty academic libraries in the state, as well as the State Library of Ohio and some public libraries. Its members work together to provide Ohio students, faculty, and researchers with the information they need for teaching and research--books, ebooks, videos, databases, & more.
As an ODU student, you have access to these materials statewide! For books, videos, & other materials, search the OhioLINK Library Catalog; for articles visit our A-Z Databases, many of which are through our membership in OhioLINK..
And you have options after you graduate!
Each institution has its own library or set of libraries to serve its community. Information on OhioLINK Libraries throughout the state can be found on the OhioLINK Member Libraries page.
Typically, once you graduate from a college or university, you no longer have access to those databases from off campus.
State university libraries are open to the public for on-campus resources.
Private university libraries like ODU Library may offer similar options.
Need help finding a library? Using a library catalog or database? Or help with your research strategy?
ODU reference librarians are happy to help ODU's faculty, staff, students, & alumni. Just ask a librarian.